Hashimoto will perform for the first time ever in Thailand in Chiang Mai on
June 26, 2015 at the AUA Auditorium.
Chiang Mai Mail reporters
After Kyoko Hashimoto graduated from the Toho-Gakuen School of Music
in Tokyo, she studied at the International Menuhin Music Academy, Indiana
University and the Juilliard School. She performs regularly throughout the
world, including in many major cities and halls such as Wigmore Hall,
Lincoln Center, Carnegie Hall, the Kennedy Center, and the Concertgebouw in
Amsterdam. Ms. Hashimoto was awarded numerous prizes such as the 1st Grand
Prize and the Public Prize at the Concours International de Musique
Franšaise, the top prize at the Concours musical de France, and the special
prizes at the Budapest International Music Competition and at the Spohr
She has also made more than a dozen recordings, including the early piano
pieces by Messiaen, 34 piano pieces by Schumann, and 24 Preludes by Scriabin
combined with 24 Preludes by Shostakovich.
She is Professor of Piano at the Schulich School of Music of McGill
University. She has been the Artistic Director of the International Music
Workshop in the Czech Republic, Germany and in Portugal since 2004. She has
also given master classes in France, Austria, Switzerland, Canada, the Czech
Republic, U.S.A. Holland, Germany and Japan.
Kyoko will perform for the first time in Thailand at the AUA Auditorium on
June 26, 2015 at 7:30 p.m.
The program will include works by Franz Schubert, Rikuya Terashima, and
Claude Debussy. Tickets are available at the door for 500 Baht (200 baht for