|Born||December 10, 1976|
Career[edit | edit source]
Fujiya began to study the piano at the age of four, going on to study at the Otani University in Sapporo, Japan, from which she graduated in 1999 and served as an assistant until 2002. In 2003 she moved to Italy where she studied with Oliver Kern at the Accademia Musicale Estenseat, and Bruno Mezzena at the Accademia Musicale Pescarese, graduating with the highest possible marks and an academic prize. Fujiya is married to the Italian clarinettist Sauro Berti.
For her Italian debut in 2005, Fujiya performed in Modena, under conductor Michele Mariotti. She has subsequently performed numerous concerts in Italy, Switzerland, Germany, the United States, Costa Rica, Colombia, Lebanon, England, Spain and Japan.
She won 2nd prize at the Vittorio Caffa Righetti di Cortemilia, 3rd prize and "virtuoso" award in Padova, and 3rd prize in Taranto. Her repertoire ranges from the baroque to contemporary music, with a preference for the romantic period.
Solo performances include the Sala Teatro, Convitto Nazionale di Palermo in April 2014, and April 2017 at Domus Romana, Rome. In November 2016 Fujiya was one of a number of performers who appeared in the Love More music festival, Rome, in support of Live Aid.
Fujiya has collaborated in chamber music with a number of performers, including Fabrizio Meloni (Scala di Milano), Andrea Noferini (Opera di Roma), Gianfranco Bortolato (Opera di Roma), Antonio Saiote (Portugal), Marco Mazzini (Peru), Bobo Yotzov (Bulgaria), Corrado Giuffredi (Italian from Switzerland), Paolo Bertolamini (Italian from Switzerland), Elena Cecconi, Franco Mezzena and the Italian clarinettist Sauro Berti.
Her commercial recordings include the CD Suggestions in collaboration with Sauro Berti, which features music by Ludwig van Beethoven, Claude Debussy, Teresa Procaccini, Jules Semler-Collery, Robert Schumann and Antonio Salieri.
In February 2018 Fujiya performed the music of Arthur Gottschalk at the Weill Recital Hall, Carnegie Hall, New York City, with Berti and the Eccher School of Music Vocal Ensemble, and during the second half of 2018 she will accompany him on a concert tour of China.
References[edit | edit source]
- "Associazione Culturale Poker d'Assi - Dettaglio Artista". www.associazioneculturalepokerdassi.it.
- shirotan7559 (14 August 2013). "Naomi Fujiya plays Rachmaninov Piano concerto No2 op18 1/3" – via YouTube.
- "NAOMI FUJIYA IN CONCERTO". romanightandday.blogspot.no.
- "Convitto Nazionale "Giovanni Falcone" di Palermo". convittonazionalepalermo.gov.it.
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- "Mario Ciaccio, SaxophonesSauro Berti, Clarinets". www.carnegiehall.org.
- "PARMA Brings New Classical Music to China". 21 August 2017.
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