KAISHO Mikiya



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Mikiya Kaisho (1991) is a young Japanese guitarist from Osaka. He started the guitar at the age of 4. He studied with Hideaki Kimura, Shingo Fuji, Prof. Alexander Swete and he was also influenced artistically through masterclasses with Pavel Steidl, Zoran Dukić, Paolo Pegoraro, Dušan Bogdanović, Marcin Dylla. Now he continues his musical study with Prof. Álvaro Pierri in the University of Music and Performing Arts Vienna. He got many prizes in the national competition in Japan such as 2. Prize "Japan Guitar Competion"or Finalist of “Rust international guitar competition”. He often performs both in Japan and in Europe (Austria, Slovenia, Hungary). Apart from solo performance, he has an enthusiasum for chamber music and early music.

RO

Mikiya Kaisho (1991) este un tânăr chitarist din Osaka. A început să cânte la chitara de la vârsta de 4 ani. A studiat cu Hideaki Kimura, Shingo Fuji, prof. Alexander Swete și a urmat cursuri de măiestrie cu Pavel Steidl, Zoran Dukic, Paolo Pegararo, Dusan Bogdanovic, Marcin Dylla. Acum își continuă studiile sub îndrumarea profesorului Alvaro Pierri la Universitatea de Muzică din Viena. Kaisho a câstigat mai multe premii, printre care: premiul 2 la Japan Gui­tar Competition, finalist la Rust Guitar Competition. De asemenea concertează atât în Japonia cât și în Europa (Austria, Slovenia, Ungaria). Pe lângă recitalurile acestuia ca solist, Kaisho este implicat și în proiecte de muzică de cameră.

HU

Mikiya Kaisho (1991) osakai származású fiatal, japán gitárművész. Négy éves korában kezdett el gitározni. Tanítómesterei voltak: Hideaki Kimura, Shingo Fuji, prof. Alexander Swete. Rajtuk kívül még nagy művészi hatással voltak rá: Pavel Steidl, Zoran Dukic, Paolo Pegoraro, Dusan Bogdanovic, Marcin Dylla. Jelenleg zenei tanulmányait prof. Alvaro Pierrivel folytatja a Bécsi Zene- és Előadóművészeti Egyetemen. Sok díjat tudhat magáénak (Japánban II. helyezett a Japán Gitárversenyen és döntős a Ruszti Nemzetközi Gitárversenyen). Gyakran játszik hazájában és Európában is (Ausztria, Szlovénia, Magyarország). Szóló előadásain kívül nagy lelkesedéssel tekint a kamara- és régizene iránt is.