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Ikuko Inoguchi performing in Wiltshire

Ikuko Inoguchi

Described as “a brilliant pianist between worlds” (Der Kessener), Ikuko Inoguchi is an internationally acclaimed concert pianist and performer-scholar. Ikuko is particularly interested in exploring repertoire which displays cross-cultural influences and the music of Japanese composers.

As a prize-winning pianist, Ikuko has performed as a soloist and chamber musician in concert series and festivals across Europe, the US, and Asia. In 2013 she made her London concerto debut, performing Anton Rubinstein’s Piano Concerto No. 4 with the City University Symphony Orchestra. As an advocate of new music, she has premiered a number of works and worked with composers, such as Paul Chihara, William Drabkin, and Joe Cutler.

She was an invited speaker and performer at a study day in The BBC Total Immersion: Music from Japan series, a Takemitsu Society meeting, The Contemporary Music Research Centre at the University of York, and Trinity Laban Conservatory of Music.

In the UK, she was awarded a PhD from City, University of London. She is currently a Visiting Research Fellow at City, University of London and the Artist-in-residence at Clifton High School.

Tickets can be purchased as usual at the White Horse bookshop or at the door on the night of the event.

This series is very generously supported by Elisabeth Clemency Cross

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