World Premieres and Premieres by Naoko Matsui alias Goryo Goryokaku

Works by Goryokaku, Scelsi, Janssens, Hashimoto, ....

World Première ; Goryo Goryokaku alias Naoko Matsui / "Canzone" after the motives of Violin Concerto No. 2 "La Campanella" by Niccolò Paganini (2016)

33 Testaccio of Rome (Italy)

A new unaccompanied violin work by Goryo Goryokaku alias Naoko Matsui after the original cadenza (Varallo-Sesia Italy, May 2015) for Violin Concerto No. 2 by Niccolò Paganini. The premiere of this "Canzone" had been performed by Goryo Goryokaku alias Naoko Matsui on 33 Testaccio Concert on 19 May 2016 (Rome Italy).

World Première ; Goryo Goryokaku alias Naoko Matsui / "Cadenza-Capriccio Paganiniana" for Violin Concerto No. 5 by Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart (2016)

33 Testaccio of Rome (Italy)

A new capriccio by Goryo Goryokaku alias Naoko Matsui for violin solo after the original cadenza (Crotone Italy, July 2015) for Violin Concerto No. 5 by Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart. The premiere of this "Cadenza-Capriccio" had been performed by Goryo Goryokaku alias Naoko Matsui on 33 Testaccio Concert on 19 May 2016 (Rome Italy).

Belgium Première ; Giacinto Scelsi / "Chukrum" Project (2005)

Giacinto Scelsi, Composer

Naoko Matsui alias Goryo Goryokaku participated and performed the Belgium Première Project of "Chukrum" by Giacinto Scelsi for Chamber Orchestra with "Musique Nouvelle" presented by Laurent Haye, Coordinator of Chamber Music Section of Royale Conservatoire de Musique de Bruxelles, at the Public Theater of Ixelles / Elsene Brussels and "Machine à Eaux" of Mons / Bergen in Spring 2005. (Brussels and Mons / Bergen Belgium)

World Première Solo ; Symphonic Work by Robert Janssens (2004)

Robert Janssens, Composer and Conductor

Naoko Matsui alias Goryo Goryokaku became soloist violinist for the world première of a symphonic work by Belgian Conductor and Composer Robert Janssens with Orchestra of Royal Conservatoire de Musique de Bruxelles conducted by Robert Janssens himself at the grand hall of Conservatoire in Spring 2004 (Brussels VB Belgium).

World Première ; Gou Hashimoto / "Mudai (Without Title)" for Violin Solo (1999)

Giacomo Manzoni, Composer

Naoko Matsui alias Goryo Goryokaku performed the world première of "Mudai (Without Title)" for Violin Solo by Japanese Composer Gou Hashimoto on the exposition-concert in the framework of Italo-Japanese International Contemporary Music Seminar by Italian Composer Giacomo Manzoni at Toho Gakuen School of Music in Spring 1999 (Tokyo Japan).

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