Ai Okumura

Ai Okumura

A young violinist who performs internationally. Born in the Netherlands on Sepetmber 16th, 1979. Studied in the soloist diploma course at Togo Gakuen University. Won various awards including 2nd place at the 68th Nippon Ongaku Concours. In 2002, debut with “Ai no Aisatsu”. Her concerts feature short tracks and MC. She has done picture-taking sessions with fans who meet certain... Read More

Ayaka Hirahara

Ayaka Hirahara

Ayaka Hirahara is a Japanese musician signed to Dreamusic. In late 2003 she shot to fame with her debut single Jupiter, which was a cover of Gustav Holst’s 1916 orchestral suite The Planets’ “Jupiter” movement. Hirahara is also known for her songs Ashita (drama Yasashii Jikan’s theme song) and Chikai (the NHK broadcast of the Torino Winter Olympics’... Read More

Ayako Ishikawa

Ayako-Ishikawa

Resided in London since age five and moved to Sydney at age 15. A violin virtuoso who graduated from University of Sydney and Sydney Conservatorium of Music at the top of the class. Has seen international success with solo recitals, stars with symphonies, and appearances on TV and radio shows across the globe. Selected as “Best Performer” in Australia and received permanent... Read More

Ayano Onodera

Ayano Onodera

Ayano Onodera, singer-songwriter and pianist, was born in Morioka in the north-east part of Japan. She grew up in an environment surrounded by beautiful nature full of lush green and water, the experience of which is a major source of her music making today. Beginning her piano lessons at the age of four, she grew up with classical music and film soundtracks, and has always been... Read More

Dai Sakakibara

Dai Sakakibara

Dai Sakakibara is a professional pianist/composer/music arranger. Born in Chiba, Japan in 1967, Dai started playing the piano at the age of 4. After entering Tokyo National University of Fine Arts and Music, Japan’s most prestigious institution of higher education in music, in 1986, he formed an instrumental band G-CLEF with his friends in 1989. They made a striking debut with... Read More

Eijin Nimura

Eijin Nimura

Eijin Nimura has established a brilliant career as a violinist, performing concertos with leading orchestras both at home and abroad over the years; at the same time, as an “UNESCO Artist for Peace”, he is actively engaged in efforts that contribute to society through music. Eijin Nimura was born in Tokyo and started playing the violin at the age of four. He spent every summer... Read More

Emiri Miyamoto

Eri Miyamoto

Born in Tokyo in 1983, violinist EMIRI MIYAMOTO spent her childhood in Germany. At 14, she won first prize at the German Youth Music Competition. She has performed 20+ songs for film and TV, including the theme song for anime “NODAME CANTABILE in Paris”, released four albums, and is currently the culture segment anchor for a major TV news show in Japan. Official Website:... Read More

Eriko Iso

Eriko Iso

Studied abroad at Royal Conservatory of Brussel as a sanctioned member by the Agency for Cultural Affairs when Igor Oistrakh invited her after graduating from Toho Gakuen University. Was given scholarships by Yasuda Seimei Quality of Life Bunka Zaidan and Rome Music Foundation. She graduated at top of her class, and won an award with the completion of her master’s degree. She... Read More

Gensousenshi Soramiredo

Gensousenshi Soramiredo

◆Momo (Violin) Birthday: 12/7 Favorite Anime/Games: Eden of the East, Digimon Adventure, ONE PIECE, Hakuouki Hobbies: Reading books and comics, songwriting, playing the piano, eating, watching mimicry programs on TV Good at: playing 1/16 size violin ◆Happako (Viola) Birthday: 8/16 Favorite Anime/Games: CLANNAD, PUELLA MAGI MADOKA MAGIKA, BLACK LAGOON, D.C, Dynasty Warriors... Read More

Gentaro Kagitomi

Gentaro Kagitomi

Born in 1986 in Niigata. Won 1st place at the “55th Zen Nippon Gakusei Ongaku Concours Tokyo Taikai Chugaku no Bu”, and the“1st Nippon Tchaikovsky Concours Seishonen no Bu”. Won 1st place in the “72nd Music Competition of Japan”, along with Leucadia Award, Sagimi Award, and Kuroyanagi Award. Until now, he has performed with Tokyo Symphony Orchestra under Kazuyoshi Akiyama,... Read More