Chamber music repertories of Naoko Matsui alias Goryo Goryokaku ; Duos (except violin sonatas and recital repertories)

Violinist Naoko Matsui alias Goryo Goryokaku

As for 01 Janaury 2017


 

  • Joseph Marie Alphonse Nicolas Jongen : Duo in D for Violin and Cello (winning repertory for V Festival Tremplins Jeunesses Musicales as Duo Micromégas with Adrien Tsilogiannis on 23 April 2005 at Froidmont Culture Center Hall, Rixensart Belgium)
  • Zoltán Kodály : Duo for Violin and Cello Op. 7 (performed on Fête de la Musique 2005 as Duo Micromégas with Adrien Tsilogiannis at MIM and ULB for the opening ceremony for Rentrée Académique 2005 - 2006)
  • Franz Anton Hoffmeister : Duet in C for Violin and Cello Op. 6 No. 1 (performed repertory for Royal Academy of Belgium as Duo Micromégas with Adrien Tsilogiannis in 2005)
  • Camille Saint-Saëns : Faintaisie for Violin and Harp in A Major Op. 124

 

etc.

 

Others On Demands.

 


 

Side Story / Duo Micromégas 

Duo for Violin (Naoko Matsui) and Cello (Adrien Tsilogiannis) had been made in the framework of Marketing project in Conservatoire Royal de Musique de Bruxelles (CRMB, Brussels VB Belgium) and became winner of V Festival Tremplins Jeunesses Musicales on 23 April 2005 at Centre Culturel de Froidmont (Rixensart BW Belgium).

Duo Micromégas performed Duo Sonatas by Zoltán Kodály, Franz Anton Hoffmeister, Joseph Marie Alphonse Nicolas Jongen, etc. at

  • V Festival Tremplins Jeunesses Musicals with Turdus Philomelos (Rixensart BW Belgium)
  • Violin and Chamber Music Recital of Naoko Matsui at Maison des Musiques (Hoeilaart VB Belgium)
  • Fête de la Musique / MIM (Brussels VB Belgium)
  • ULB / VUB Ceremony of Rentrée Académique 2005 - 2006 (Brussels VB Belgium)
  • Royal Academy of Belgium / Académie Royale de Belgique (Brussels VB Belgium), in collaboration with Institut Supérieur de Musique et de Pédagogie (IMEP, Namur / Namen NA Belgium)

 

Chamber music repertories of Naoko Matsui alias Goryo Goryokaku ; Trios

JBK 1. Abschlussprüfung Concert Poster

As for 01 January 2017


 

  • Béla Bartók : Contrasts for Violin, Clarinette and Piano Sz. 111 (performed repertory for the chamber music concerts at CRMB Auditorium in 2005)
  • Ludwig Van Beethoven : Ghost Trio / Phantom Trio / Piano Trio / Geistertrio in D Major Op. 70 (trained at Internationales Didaktisches Festival Cortinas 2014)
  • Ludwig Van Beethoven : Kakadu Variation "Ich bin der Schneider Kakadu" in g minor Op. 121a (trained at Internationales Didaktisches Festival Cortinas 2014)
  • Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart : Prelude and Fugue (Fuga) No. 2 in g minor KV 404a (performed at Chapelle of Boendael of Brussels in 2005)
  • Henri Pousseur : Sixième vue sur le jardin interdit pour trio d'archi (performed at Chapelle of Boendael and CRMB auditorium for collaboration with Henri Pousseur in 2003)
  • Sergei Rachmaninov : Trio Élégiaque No. 1 in g minor (performed for Künslerische Reife concert exam at Johannes Brahms Konservatorium on 19 March 2014)

 

etc.

 

Others On Demands.

 


 

Side Story / Trio Pousseur

Naoko Matsui (violin), Jean-François Berten (viola) and Maaike Organe (cellist) realized Trio Pousseur for the Belgian Composer's Chamber Music Seminar and Concert Series "Chambre d'Echo" at Conservatoire Royal de Musique de Bruxelles (CRMB, Brussels VB Belgium), in order to collaborate with Belgian composer Henri Pousseur and learn his works from himself.

This string trio performed exclusively "Sixième vue sur le jardin interdit pour trio d'archi" by Henri Pousseur at

  • Chapel Boendael / Boondael of Brussels (Brussels VB Belgium)
  • Chambre d'Echo (Brussels VB Belgium)
  • Auditorium of CRMB (Brussels VB Belgium)

 

Chamber music repertories of Naoko Matsui alias Goryo Goryokaku ; Quartets

JBK 2. Abschlussprüfung (the final exam-concert for Künstlerische Reife Schwerpunkt Violine) Concert Poster

As for 01 January 2017


 

  • Johannes Brahms : Piano Quartett in g minor Op. 25 (first program repertory for the first international chamber music event in Great Britain in Summer 2009)
  • Joseph Haydn : Divertiment in C Major P. 98
  • Olivier Messiaen : Quatuor pour la fin de temps / Quartet for the End of Time for Violin, Clarinette, Cello and Piano (one of the final chamber music concert exam program at IMEP in 2006 - 2007)
  • Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart : Eine Kleine Nachtmusik alias Serenade No. 13 in G Major in String Quartet Version (not string ensemble or string orchestra version) KV525 (first chamber music concert debut repertory when Naoko Matsui was 8 years old)

 

etc.

 

Others On Demands.

 


 

Side Story / Naoko Matsui's Chamber Music Debut

Naoko Matsui gave the first chamber music concert at the age of 8, just after performing one of the student sonatas. Second violin part of Serenade No. 13 in G by Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart, well-known as Eine Kleine Nachtmusik in string quartet version (not for orchestra) was reasonably compatible with student sonata or student concerto for Naoko Matsui in those days.

 

Chamber music repertories of Naoko Matsui alias Goryo Goryokaku ; Quintets

Schubert Quintet at Internationales Didaktisches Festival Cortinas 2015 at the Chapel of Tannenhöhe Villingen (Germany)

As for 01 January 2017


 

  • Dmitry Schostakovitsch : Piano Quintet in G Op. 57
  • Franz Schubert : Quintet in C D. 956 (performed work at Internationales Didaktisches Festival Cortinas 2015 and Sunday morning services at Tannenhöhe / Tannenhoehe Villingen Germany)

 

etc.

 

Others On Demands.

 


 

Side Story / Schubert Quintet

Naoko Matsui (first violin and this ensemble leader), Matthew Dickinson (second violin), Jürgen Pumplüm, (viola), Feliu Llobet (cello) and Miquel Felipe (cello) realized a string quintet in order to perform Quintet by Franz Schubert (including 2 cellos), but only for Internationales Didaktisches Festival Cortinas 2015 at Tannenhöhe Villingen (Villingen WB Germany). 

This Schubert Quintet not only performed String Quintet by Franz Schubert but also 2 minutes ad hoc improvisative composition conducted by David Holleber. This Quintet performed on ;

  • Sundey Morning Service on 27 September 2015 at the Chapel of Tannenhöhe Villingen (Villingen BW Germany)
  • The Chapel of Tannenhöhe Villingen (Villingen BW Germany)
  • Internationales Didaktisches Festival Cortinas 2015 (Villingen BW Germany)
  • Gesprächskonzert at the Chapel of Tannenhöhe Villingen (Villingen BW Germany)

 

Chamber music repertories of Naoko Matsui alias Goryo Goryokaku ; Sextet(s)

Schubert Quintet at Internationales Didaktisches Festival Cortinas 2015 at the Chapel of Tannenhöhe Villingen (Germany)

As for 01 January 2017


 

  • Bohùslav Martinù : Revue de Cuisine (Kuchyňská Revue)

 

etc.

 

Others On Demands.

 


 

Side Story / Primavera alias Spring Concerto from The Four Seasons for Naoko Matsui

Indeed, Naoko Matsui also played Primavera / Spring Concerto from The Four Seasons by Antonio Vivaldi as special soloist violinist with Brussels International Youth Orchestra (BIYO) conducted by Marc Collet in Brussels, thanks to AWOL of the then concertmaster from the General Rehearsal, who was also the soloist violinist of it.

 

Chamber music repertory of Naoko Matsui alias Goryo Goryokaku ; Ensemble (quasi chamber orchestra level : bigger than Octet)

Giacinto Scelsi

As for 01 January 2017


 

  • Giacinto Scelsi : Chukrum for string chamber ensemble (quasi chamber string orchestra level) ; partipated and performed for Belgium Premieres in Brussels / Brussel / Bruxelles and Mons/Bergen in 2005, in the framework of CRMB Chamber Music Class' Concert Project with Contemporary Chamber Music Unit "Musique Nouvelle".

 

etc.

 

Others On Demands.

 


 

Side Story / when Naoko Matsui became Guest Concertmaster

Frankly, Naoko Matsui fatally lacked the experiences as Concertmaster. Only few concerts could use Naoko Matsui as Guest Concertmaster, but not as permanent Concertmaster ; once for Messiah by Georg Friedrich Händel (whole movements), once for "Jubilée Mozart" Concert for Requiem and another work by Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart, and twice only for General Rehearsal for "Merci Mozart !" concert's and a collaborative concert's with Banda Osiris (arranged medley of works by Antonio Vivaldi and Gioacchino Rossini, etc.).

Whether those could have certain rehearsal time, Naoko Matsui played all of them as Guest Concertmaster.

 

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