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Maiko Harada    soprano

Started playing the piano at the age of 3, and began singing at the age of 15.

Graduated from Fukuoka Jogakuin High School Music Department and Toho Gakuen University Music Department Performance Department Vocal Music Major. After that, she entered the Vocal Department of the Royal Academy of Music in London U.K., and won the Clifton Prize, the highest award in the graduation performance examination of the same Academy.

While in the UK, she performed at various concerts, and was selected as the leading role of Lakme in the opera “Lakme” sponsored by Opera School in Wales, and performed Lakme well in various parts of the UK. After returning to Japan, she has appeared in concerts all over the country, such as the soloist of the Japan Philharmonic Orchestra, the soloist of the ninth symphony, and opera performances such as La Traviata.

themagicflute - Maiko
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Aria of the Queen of the Night from the opera "The Magic Flute", excerpt

Miho Wada   piano  

Started learning piano at the age of three. Graduated from Shonan Shirayuri Gakuen Kindergarten, Elementary School and Junior High School.
Graduated from Toho Gakuen University Music Department Performance Department (Piano Department).
Learned from kindergarten at Toho Gakuen Music School for Children.
She has studied under Eiko Takahashi, Itoko Nishikido, Michiko Okamoto, Keiko Mikami, and Keiko Taira.


Chopin EtudeOP.10-12 より抜粋抜粋Miho
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