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Lunchtime Recital - Asagi Nakata (piano)

Friday August 16, 2019 at 13:00
Regent Hall (The Salvation Army), London
Free admission – no ticket required

  1. Auf dem Wasser zu singen, from 12 Lieder S 558 - Franz Schubert, transcribed by Franz Liszt
  2. Beethovens geistliche Lieder von Gellert S 467 - transcribed for piano by Franz Liszt
    • No 4: Vom Tode
    • No 5: Die Liebe des Nachsten
  3. Étude No 8 in C minor, 'Wilde Jagd', from 12 Études d'exécution transcendante S 139 - Franz Liszt
  4. Sonata for Piano in B minor S 178 - Franz Liszt

Presented by the Royal Academy of Music

Asagi Nakata, 1st Prize winner at the Budapest Liszt Competition 2019, was born in 1995 and is in her third year at the Royal Academy, studying with Professor Christopher Elton. She previously studied with a scholarship at the Junior Department of the Royal College with Professor Ian Jones.

She has won several competitions including the European piano teachers association Belgian International, Franz Liszt Weimar (2009), the Beethoven Piano Society of Europe Junior (2010) and was runner up in the Windsor International Piano Competition in 2015. Other successes include First Prize in the Marlow International Concerto Competition (2007), Third Prize in the James Mottram International Competition (2008), and Fourth Prize in the Ettlingen International Competition (2010).

Asagi has performed at the Wigmore Hall, Cadogan Hall and St. James’s, Piccadilly, and is a regular soloist in the St. Paul’s Bedford Lunchtime Concert Series and the Emmanuel United Reform Church, Cambridge Lunchtime Concert Series. Performances abroad include Japan, Holland, Belgium, Prague, Germany in the presence of Alfred Brendel and Poland where she was invited as guest performer at the 64th Duszniki International Chopin piano festival. She has performed with the Philharmonic Chamber Orchestra of South Bohemia, Southbank Sinfonia and Finchley Chamber Orchestra.

Asagi is grateful for the support from the Drake Calleja Trust, Talent Unlimited. She is also a Concordia Foundation Artist. In her spare time Asagi enjoys cooking and learning German.

In recognition of her high achievements in music at the Royal Academy of Music, Asagi received the Greta Parkinson Prize, Vivian Langrish Prize and the Peter Latham gift.

Regent Hall (The Salvation Army)
275 Oxford Street
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