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Concert Violnist for Classical and Modern Music. Began the first violin lesson at the age of four years old and gave the first solo concert at the same year. Became soloist for the first time with orchestra at eleven years old for Doppel Concerto by J.S. Bach. One of the last pupils of Ex.-President Toho Gakuen School of Music (University) Toshiya Eto and his spouse and Ex.-Guest Professor Angela Eto until beginning more studying and concert career in EU (mainly in Belgium). During those studying gave the world premiere performance of “Mudai (Without Title)” for violin solo by Gou Hashimoto during Italo-Japanese International Contemporary Music Seminar by Italian composer Giaccomo Manzoni. Since 2002 began more violin studying and concert career in Belgium. Collaborated with the late Belgian composers Henri Pousseur, Hao-Fu Zhang and Jean-Marie Simonis during Belgian Contemporary Music Seminar “Chambre d’Écho” at Royal Music Conservatory of Brussels in French Section and Chapel of Boendael (Brussels). Graduated from “Institut Supérieur de Musique et de Pédagogie” of Namur/Namen (IMEP, Belgium) in Master’s degree of Arts at Primus in the Violin Class of the late Prince Alexandre Leterme alias Igor Petrovitch Tkatchouk-Delacollette of Belgium with “grand distinction” for the final result and twice of “the greatest distinction” for the violin as principal instrument in 2007. Shortly afterward became concert soloist for the first Concerto by Niccolò Paganini with “Orchestre Symphonique de Namur (OSN, Belgium)” conducted by Michel Déom on the OSN Gala Concert 2007 at IMEP Church-Concert Hall of Namur/Namen on 24 November 2007, Christmas Concert at “La Plante” Church of Namur/Namen on 23 December 2007, Saint-Christophe Church of Hannut on 19 April 2008, Saint-Martin Church of Leuze on 25 April 2008, and espeially Collégiale Notre-Dame of Huy/Hoei on 01 June 2008, for Their Majesties the 6th King Albert Second of Belgium, 6th Queen Paola of Belgium, the then 5th Queen Fabiola of Belgium, the spouse of the late 5th King Baudouin of Belgium, the then Prince and present 7th King Philippe of Belgium, the then princess and present 7th Queen Mathilde of Belgium, Princess Astrid of Belgium, Prince Lorenz of Belgium, Prince Laurent of Belgium, Princess Claire of Belgium, Princess Elisabeth of Belgium, Prince Gabriel of Belgium, Prince Amedeo of Belgium, Princess Maria Laura of Belgium, Prince Joachim of Belgium, Princess Luisa Maria of Belgium, Princess Laetitia Maria of Belgium, Princess Louise of Belgium, Prince Alexander Leterme alias Igor Petrovitch Tkatchouk of Belgium, the then Belgian Prime Minister Yves Leterme, the President of Flemish Regional Government Kris Peeters, and the then Mayor of Hoei/Huy Anne-Marie Rizin. During concert career mainly in Belgium and Italy, obtained also the Soloist Diploma after the performance of Violin Concerto by Richard Strauss (2010) and the Concert Artist Diploma (Diplôme de Concertiste; 2009) at “Institut de Musique Eugène Ysaÿe (Music Institute; IMEY)” with each result unanimo-maximum. And successfully completed Postgraduate Music Program in Violin by “Erasmus Hogeschool of Brussel“ of EU at Koninklijk Musiek Conservatorium van Brussel (Flemish Royal Music Conservatory of Brussels, 2011, Belgium). On 12 April 2013 debuted in Slovenia in the framework of Svirél Upol International Music Festival's solo concert, there performed "Giga/Gigue" from Partita No.2 by Johann Sebastian Bach at Saint-Maria Church of Stanjel Slovenia for His Majesty the 6th King Albert Second of Belgium. Since 2012 began living in Germany, there obatained the German National Artistic Qualification in Violin issued by Johannes Brahms National Music Conservatory in Hamburg in May 2014 and immediately afterall enrolled to the “Concert Exams” Program for more Soloist career in Germany. Also in Germany debuted as soloist in Germany for "Winter Concerto" from „The Four Seasons“ by Antonio Vivaldi and “Adagio” from Doppel Concerto for Violin, Piano and Orchestra by Felix Mendelssohn-Bartholdi with pianist soloist Matthias Nilsson and the Orchestra for Abschlusskonzert Festival Cortinas 2013 conducted by Pedro Cortinas on 16 October 2013 at the Chappel of Gastle-Guesthouse Tannenhöhe of Villingen. There also performed "Summer Concerto" from “The Four Seasons” by Antonio Vivaldi on 29 August 2014 with the Orchestra for Abschlusskonzert Festival Cortinas 2014 conducted by Pedro Cortinas. Since July 2014 debuted as the soloist violinist in Austria for Concerto No.3 “Strassburg” by Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart with Savaria Symphoniker at Festsaal of Casino Baden on 26 July 2014, in the framework of the Wiener Musikseminar 2014; International Masterclass for Conductors and Soloist with Orchestra of Martin Sieghart in University for Music and Performing Art Vienna (mdw; Universität für Musik und darstellende Künst Wien). On 28 December 2014 debuted as a soloist also in Italy with Orchestra “Orfeo Stillo” conducted by Fernando Romano for Chaconne by Tomaso Antonio Vitali, Cantabile by Niccolò Paganini for Violin and Orchestra Version of Giuseppe Arnaboldi, Doppel Concerto by Johann Sebastian Bach with Giuseppe Arnaboldi, Romance by Ludwig Van Beethoven at Immaculate Church of Crotone, after winning of the XVI Vincenzo Scaramuzza International Competition 2013. About International Music Competition also awarded the 1st Prize at XIX International Music Competition "Premio Vittoria Caffa Righetti" at San-Francesco Church of Cortemilia on 12 November 2011 (Italy), two Golden Medals at VIII and VII Luigi Denza International Young Musician Competition at Reggia di Quisisana Palace of Castellammare di Stabia (2013, 2012, Italy), 1st Prize at XV Euterpe International Music Competition (2013), two Honor Prize at T.I.M. (2012 Paris France, 2008 Namur Belgium) and awarded Golden Prize from Porto San Giorgio City "In the occasion of XXI Andrea Postacchini International Violin Competition (2014 Fermo Italy)", etc. In 2015 became soloist for "The Old Style Suite" by Alfred Schnittke with Johannes Brahms National Konservatorium Orchestra at the Concert Hall of the Johannes Brahms Konservatorium of Hamburg on 27 February 2015 and the Redeemer Church of Hamburg on 28 February 2015. Recently begins writing artistic reviews for important artists and the first reviews will be opened to the public in this year.