Open Journal / Recent concert performance reports by Naoko Matsui alias Goryo Goryokaku

16. Feb, 2017

I love to watch frost columns every morning. There was also snow during tripping to Vienna in the beginning of this month, there I was walking in the middle of the rest of wiener snow with leather shoes.

Recently I began carry my music note book with my violin and music notes of current repertories to continue writing some of my musical ideas and enrolling some of music composition classes.

As I was studying music theories in Violin Major, I can also study music compositions now and the more I play, the more I can write.

By the way, my recordings monopolized #1 - #20 in Top 100 N1M Charts "Classical in Germany" this week. Here are the link examples (internal links only) to listen them and watch also their music video versions ;

 

Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart : Violin Concerto No. 3 in G major "Strassburg" KV216 1st Mvt.

 

Naoko Matsui alias Goryo Goryokaku, Violin

Savaria Symphony Orchestra conducted by one of the pupils of Martin Sieghart

 

  Audio Vers. ; Mozart KV216 1st Mvt / Video Vers. ; Mozart KV216 1st Mvt

 

Antonio Vivaldi : Inverno / Winter Concerto Op. 8 RV297 3rd Mvt.

 

Naoko Matsui alias Goryo Goryokaku, Violin

Pedro Cortinas, Conductor

Internationales Didaktisches Festival Cortinas Orchestra 2013

 

Audio Vers. ; Vivaldi Winter 3rd / Video Vers. ; Vivaldi Winter (whole Mvts. version only)

 

Niccolò Paganini - Giuseppe Arnaboldi : Cantabile in D major

 

Naoko Matsui alias Goryo Goryokaku, Violin

Fernando Romano, Conductor

Orfeo Stillo Orchestra

 

Audio Vers. ; Paganini Cantabile / Video Vers. ; Paganini Cantabile

 

Check also Sound Exhibition (audio version) and Concert Recordings (music videos)

 

 

Hope you will enjoy them.

8. Feb, 2017

At the same time of current concert planning, Airplay plannings are also going well, fortunately. Whether I'm in Hamburg or Vienna (whether with or without passing München or Salzburg), my recordings monopolized #1 ~ #5 this week and also #1 ~ #6 last week in Top 100 N1M Charts "Classical in Germany" (with Global # since last week). Here are the links (internal links only) to listen and also watch as music video ;

 

 

 

 

 

Johannes Brahms : Scherzo in c minor from F-A-E Sonata

 

Goryo Goryokaku alias Naoko Matsui, Violin

Dmitly Klimenko, Piano

 

Audio vers. ; Sound Exhibition / Video vers. ; Brahms Scherzo Wien

 

Johann Sebastian Bach : Doppelkonzert / Double Concerto in d minor BWV1043 2nd Mvt.

 

Goryo Goryokaku alias Naoko Matsui and Giuseppe Arnaboldi, Violins

Fernando Romano, Conductor

Orfeo Stillo Orchestra

 

Audio vers. ; Bach Doppel 2nd Mvt. / Video vers. ; Bach Doppel 2nd Mvt.

 

Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart ; Violin Concerto No. 3 in G major "Strassburg" KV216 1st Mvt.

 

Goryo Goryokaku alias Naoko Matsui, Violin

Savaria Symphony Orchestra / Savaria Symphonieorchester, conducted by one of the pupils of Martin Sieghart

 

Audio vers. ; Mozart KV216 1st Mvt / Video vers. ; Mozart KV216 1st Mvt

 

Antonio Vivaldi : Inverno / Winter Concerto in f minor Op. 8 RV297 (whole movements vers.)

 

Goryo Goryokaku alias Naoko Matsui, Violin

Pedro Cortinas, Conductor

Internationales Didaktisches Festival Cortinas Orchestra 2013

 

Audio vers. ; Vivaldi Winter Full / Video vers. ; Vivaldi Winter

 

Johann Sebastian Bach : Sarabanda in d from Partita No. 2 BWV1004

 

Goryo Goryokaku alias Naoko Matsui, Violin (unaccompanied solo)

 

Audio vers. ; Bach Sarabanda Demo / Video vers. ; Bach Sarabanda Demo

 

 

Hope you will enjoy.

7. Feb, 2017

I found a curious but new music event in Vienna. Although their visual chronicles could be found on their website, only from before end of last year (2016) I could find them accidentally, but I don't know why. I remind that I registered myself there after serie of bizzare events in last year. Tripping to Vienna is always enjoyable and very comfortable and I was looking forward to learn more and play more also in Vienna, as usual. Here's the actual program in Vienna for this time ;

 

 

 

 

Vienna Master Classe 2017 (Violin Masterclass by Ulrike Danhofer at Musikschule Simmering, Vienna Austria 04 - 07 February 2017)

 

Niccolò Paganini : Violin Concerto No. 2 "La Campanella" in h minor Op. 7, 2nd and 3rd Mvts.

Niccolò Paganini : Violin Concerto No. 1 in D major Op. 6, 1st Mvt.

Sergei Prokofiev : Violin Concerto No. 2 in g minor Op. 63, 1st Mvt.

 

Goryo Goryokaku (五稜郭五稜), Violin

 

 

A bizzare question to me in Vienna ; why did I brought there my current Concerto program ? And people in the Violin Masterclass (included other pupils of Prof. Ulrike Danhofer) showed me my falsh program as printed registration form contents ; Violin Concerto No. 4 in D by Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart KV218, Violin Concerto in D by Ludwig Van Beethoven Op. 61 and Sonata No. 3 in A by George Enescu Op. 25. Indeed, I was working Violin Concerto No. 4 by Mozart with Professor Yair Kless and his son Eyal Kless from Sindelfingen, Violin Concerto by Van Beethoven with Professor Alexandre Brussilovsky in Hamburg and many attempts to play the Sonata No. 3 by Enescu have not been realized yet. No possiblity to know the cause of being shown such program for me for this time, whether I will wear the Court Costume / Dress on Stephansplatz or not yet.

I could not understand why Prof. Ulrike Danhofer told me about the descriptions of the interpretations of Violin Concerto No. 2 in g minor by Sergei Prokofiev Op. 63, as if it were about "landscape in Netherland (?!)" twice. Two of Russian students (behind me) loudly laughed my interpretations for this Concerto which I'm learning from Professor Alexandre Brussilovsky during ASAI's Violin Masterclasses in Hamburg. Though I asked her her reasons as my last question during this Masterclass, her explications were not enough clear and she denied what she explained me twice, finally. Then,

 

Ulrike Danhofer ; Arigato Gozaimasu ! Merci beaucoup !

Goryo Goryokaku ; Arigato Gozaimasu ! Dank u wel !

 

Now I wonder whether such my attempts for opportunities in classical music events in Violin in Vienna should be continued alone or with someone my allies because the actual geographic impressions around Vienna in classical music are enough different from which we hear in the reality. I think they should be worth not only during Summer time but also from now and other seasons.

26. Jan, 2017

This month, I'm still planning how to combinate my wishing list (alias my personal purposes during concert performances including realizations of my original violin works) with my actual schedules from this year because the number of my wising list is increasing enough rapidly and they seem to be not impossible for the current me, already.

My Hatsumode = New Year's first arrival at Johannes Brahms Konservatorium in Hamburg is done, there I told my recent brief news about what I was realizing (concerts, Masterclasses, etc.) with listening my newest to do list in Hamburg, for this year. Also Chinese New Year alias Ko-Shogatsu had been passed well.

My recent Airplay plannings are also favorable ; my concert recordings monopolized #1 ~ #3 of Top 100 N1M Charts "Classical in Germany" again for the fifth time. Here are the internal links to listen and watch them (hope I'm not Vegecian yet) ;

 

Niccolò Paganini : Capriccio / Caprice No. 17 in E-flat Major Op. 1

 

Naoko Matsui, Violin (unaccompanied solo)

 

Video Vers. ; Paganini Op.1 No.17 / Audio Vers. ; Paganini Op.1 No.17

 

Niccolò Paganini - Giuseppe Arnaboldi : Cantabile in D Major for Violin and Orchestra

 

Naoko Matsui, Violin

Fernando Romano, Conductor

Orfeo Stillo Orchestra

 

Video Vers. ; Paganini Cantabile / Audio Vers. ; Paganini Cantabile

 

Johann Sebastian Bach : Doppelkonzert / Double Concerto in d minor BWV1043 2nd Mvt.

 

Naoko Matsui and Giuseppe Arnaboldi, Violins

Fernando Romano, Conductor

Orfeo Stillo Orchester

 

Video Vers. ; Bach Doppel 2nd Mvt. / Audio Vers. ; Bach Doppel 2nd Mvt.

 

 

On 23 January 2017, I also became Rank #1 in N1M Germany Classical at the same time of being Global Rank #4 ~ #5 in N1M Classical with N1M Classical Genre Charts in Hamburg and Berlin, and Rank #1 in The REVERBNATION Classical Charts for Hamburg and Berlin, etc.

.... I noticed right now that it is already end of this month with writing this. Hope I can realize many things with fulfilling my wishes also during this year.

5. Jan, 2017

Photo taken after Violino Virtuoso Concert at Förderverein Alfred Schnittke Akademie (Hamburg Germany) on 22 October 2016, received by Kaori Hiyama (thank you again !). Left ; Naoko Matsui (Violinist), Right ; Kaori Hiyama (Pianist)

Happy New Year 2017 & Wish Your Excellent New Year 2017.

I was enjoying merry New Year's Holidays with approximately 60 minutes of fireworks from the window in the midnight of New Year's Day, at the same time of my unfinished journal tasks and preparations for my current and newly added concert programs to play and recent airplays of my concert recordings. Fortunately, I have already some of appointments to perform in this year since before ending the last year. 

The added new concert program are also in course of preparation to be performed, parallel to playing the recent program and both Violin Concertos by Niccolò Paganini with usual perfections. 

By the way, music charts made me being surprised in the New Year mood in Germany ; my recent concert recordings monopolyzed #1 ~ #3 in Top 100 N1M Charts "Classical in Germany" for the fourth time, from the first week of this year. Here are the links to listen them and also watch their video version ;

 

Johann Sebastian Bach : Doppelkonzert / Double Concert in d minor BWV1043 3rd Mvt.

 

Naoko Matsui and Giuseppe Arnaboldi, Violins

Fernando Romano, Conductor

Orfeo Stillo Orchestra

 

Video vers. ; Bach Doppel 3rd Mvt. / Audio vers. ; Bach Doppel 3rd Mvt.

 

Johann Sebastian Bach : Doppelkonzert / Double Concerto in d minor BWV 1043 2nd Mvt.

 

Naoko Matsui and Giuseppe Arnaboldi, Violins

Fernando Romano, Conductor

Orfeo Stillo Orchestra

 

Video vers. ; Bach Doppel 2nd Mvt. / Audio vers. ; Bach Doppel 2nd Mvt.

 

Niccolò Paganini : Capriccio / Caprice No. 17 in E-flat Major Op. 1

 

Naoko Matsui, Violin (unaccompanied solo)

 

Video vers. ; Paganini Op.1 No.17 / Audio vers. ; Paganini Op.1 No.17

 

 

Wish you will enjoy them.

As artist, it augers well that I also became #1 for The REVERBNATION Classical Charts in Hamburg and Berlin, #1 in N1M Classical Genre Charts for Hamburg and Berlin, and Global Rank #5 for N1M Classical at the beginning of this year.

And I also began Violin Concerto No. 3 by Niccolò Paganini since today, for the needs. As I always play Violin Concertos No. 1 and No. 2 by Paganini (I can play the whole movements of them immediately), I wish I can also play this graceful violin concerto as well as No. 1 and No. 2. There, preparation for another new violin concerto repertory ; Concerto No. 2 by Béla Bartók (since last month) isn't delayed yet.

I think also this holidays will be too short for me.