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Naoko Miyamoto

Naoko Miyamoto made her first appearance as soloist with orchestra at the age of eight with the Sydney Youth Orchestra. She has recently completed her Masters programme at the Royal Academy in London and continues to perform as a soloist and concertmaster with notable conductors.

Recordings featuring Naoko Miyamoto

Hindson: Modern Objects
Australian rising stars: Naoko Miyamoto & Matthew Hindson

TRI3004, Released 2008
 

Biography

Naoko Miyamoto made her first appearance as soloist with orchestra at the age of eight, playing Bach’s Concerto for Two Violins with the Sydney Youth Orchestra. Since then, she has performed in such venues as the Sydney Opera House, Sydney Entertainment Centre, Westminster Abbey, Buckingham Palace, the Purcell Room, Palacio de Festivales (Spain) and Esbjerg Musikhuset (Denmark). She has played concertos by Wieniawski, Dvorak, Tchaikovsky, Vieuxtemps, Bruch, Vivaldi, Bach, Sibelius, Mozart and Hindson with various orchestras, including the Philharmonia, New Zealand Symphony Orchestra, Queensland Symphony, Croydon Symphony, Los Angeles State University and Kuring-gai Philharmonic Orchestras.

As an avid orchestral and ensemble player, Miyamoto was part of the Sydney Youth Orchestra Association between 1990 and 1999, and was concertmaster of the Sydney Youth Orchestra in her final year. She has also been concertmaster of the Royal Academy of Music Concert, Symphony and sinfonia Orchestras, under such conductors as Sir Colin Davis, Leif Segerstam, Christophe Eberle and Mark Elder. Miyamoto is a member of the Academy Soloists and also regularly plays with manning Camerata and the London Symphony Orchestra. In 2004, she was part of the Royal Academy of Music Symphony Orchestra, performing in ten concerts with Sir Elton John and his band on tour around England and new York, playing in Wembley Arena, Royal Albert Hall, NEC Birmingham and Radio City Hall.

Miyamoto has participated in Encuentro de Musica y Academia de Santander, Spain, the International Holland Music Session, LSO St Luke’s Academy and the Musical Encounters course at the Menuhin Academy in Blonay, Switzerland, for masterclasses with Alberto Lysy and Liviu Prunaru. At the Royal Academy of Music, Miyamoto receives regular masterclasses with Maurizio Fuks, Alexander Pavlovic, Thomas Brandis and Sylvia Rosenberg, and has performed in a public masterclass with Maxim Vengerov.

Recent highlights included Dvorak Romance with the Philharmonia Orchestra for Sir Charles Mackerra’s 80th Birthday concert, Mozart Rondo with the Royal Academy Soloists at the Bury St Edmund’s Festival and an appearance at the Lincoln International Chamber Music Festival which led to re-invitations for the 2007 festival.



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