Yoshie Uno /Japan/

Born in Gunma, Japan. Yoshie Uno studied with Hidekazu Hosoda at Hakuoh University Ashikaga Senior High School (music course), with Setsuko Iwasaki and Hitomi Itokazu at Okinawa Prefectural University of Arts. She also studied with Takao Shiraishi at Shobi University Graduate School.

She performed Poulenc’s 2 Pianos Concerto with Geidai Orchestra with conductor Yuzo Toyama. By the recommendation of professors, Yoshie has performed at chamber music festivals and graduation recitals. She also has performed at numerous concerts held in Gunma, Tokyo, Saitama, Aichi and Okinawa such as Maebashi Machinaka Music Festival, Concert for introduction of New Players in Gunma, etc. and took part in The 39th Kusatsu International Summer Music Academy. Attended Aki Takahashi’s class, and was selected to perform at a concert.

Last year she received golden medal and Grand Prix at the 9th International European Piano Concours in Japan.

She studied with Kentaro Ajima and Tomohiro Kasahara, and participated in a masterclass of Haruka Kuroiwa, Paul Kern, Yuko Ueno, Takashi Yamamoto, Tetsumichi Yoshinaga and Guigla Katsarava.

She is active teaching as a piano instructor, and performs as soloist, chamber music.


2 Nocturnes op. 27
C sharp minor no.1
D flat major no. 2

Waltz in A flat major op.34 no. 1
Song Spring from op.74
(piano transcription F. Liszt)
Rondo in E flat major op. 16

Masako Furukawa /Japan/

Masako Furukawa studied at the Toho Music University of piano department and graduated in 2006.
She won university scholarship of high achievers, and in 2005 she studied at Vienna, Austria and received diploma.

She has won following competitions:

1st prize and grand prix prize of 8th Europe international Piano concours( Music university Bachelor categorie). She also won 1st prize of 1st and 2nd round of this competition.
2nd prize of Tochigi high school music competition.
Prize of deploma Asia International music competition.
Prize of Kawai Music competition.
Golden medal and Grand Prix at the 8th International European Piano Concours in Japan

She has studied under Kyoko Fukuda, Emiko Nakayama, Sachiko Kuronuma, Chieko Honzawa,Johannes Marian, Alexander Roessler,Henry Yves and Shoko Sugitani.

At 2018,she played a concert in Poland.
She received piano lesson from Proffesor.Jerzy.Romaniuk at Fryderyk Chopin University of music.

She has been piano solo performer, duet performer, accompanist and also play chamber music with Poland Primavista string quartet from 2016.
Beside playing piano recitals, she appeared as soloist with Otonoizumi orchestara recital.


2 Preludes from op. 28
C major no. 1
C minor no. 20

Waltz in A flat major op.69 no. 1
Polonaise in F sharp minor op. 44
Nocturne in C sharp minor op. posth.
Mazurka in B flat major op.7 no. 1


Soheil Nasseri /USA/

California-native Soheil Nasseri has been lauded by The New York Times as “consistently interesting… consistently thoughtful… Filled with character…” and by the Berliner Zeitung as “Fantastic! A real talent. [In Beethoven] We in the audience could not possibly have had more fun.” In addition to extensive critical acclaim for his playing, via television, radio and the internet he has been seen and heard by millions of people. Italy’s La Repubblica referred to him as “the new star of classical piano.”

The New Yorker has noted that Mr. Nasseri is “one of New York’s most prolific recitalists.” Since 2001 he has performed 22 completely different solo recital programs in New York, all without repeating a single piece: at Carnegie Hall’s Weill Recital Hall, at Alice Tully Hall, Lincoln Center, and at Merkin Concert Hall. These concerts included 27 premières of contemporary works in addition to 31 of Beethoven’s 32 piano sonatas.

Mr. Nasseri made his European debut in 2004 at Teatro Massimo in Palermo, Sicily. Since then he has performed in some of the most prestigious concert halls in the world: in addition to frequent New York concerts, he has performed solo recitals or concerti at the Terrace Theater of the Kennedy Center in Washington, Berlin’s Philharmonie, Berlin’s Konzerthaus, London’s Purcell Room at the Southbank Centre, Tokyo’s Musashino Center, Théâtre Fémina in Bordeaux, Florence’s Teatro Comunale, St. Petersburg’s Philharmonia, and Palermo’s Teatro Politeama, as well as concerts in Montreal (Canada), Dublin (Ireland), Warsaw (Poland), Bucharest (Romania), Tehran (Iran), and in thirteen States throughout the USA and Germany. As concerto soloist Mr. Nasseri has appeared with 18 different conductors. In 2010 he joined the American Ballet Theatre for 9 performances at the Metropolitan Opera House in New York, playing an integral role onstage as a pianist– both acting and performing.

One of Soheil Nasseri’s interests has been his school concerts: he has performed at more than 60 public schools. Mr. Nasseri is also committed to new music and nine composers have written pieces specifically for him. As a recording artist he has 8 solo discs on the Naxos, Centaur, 21CCC and Mahoor labels.

Born in Santa Monica, Soheil Nasseri began studying the piano at the age of five and at the age of twenty moved to New York in part to study with Karl Ulrich Schnabel. In 2001 Mr. Nasseri became a protégé of Jerome Lowenthal who remains Mr. Nasseri’s mentor today. Other important teachers include Irina Edelman, Claude Frank, and Clinton Adams.

Soheil Nasseri resides in Berlin, Germany.


Waltz in A flat major op. 34 no. 1

Scherzo in C sharp minor op. 39

Etudes de la Methode des Methodes
F minor no. 1
A flat major no. 2
D flat major no. 3

Nocturne in C sharp minor op. 27 no.1

Ballade in A flat major op. 47

Nocturne in C minor op. 48 no. 1

Polonaise in A flat major op. 53