Born in Tokyo, Japan. After graduating from Tokyo College of Music(Viola), he moved to Germany, where he completed Viola and Chamber Music (string quartet) at the Mannheim University of Music. While studying at the University of Music in Mannheim, he was a member of the City Theatre Orchestra of Heidelberg, the National Theatre Orchestra of Mannheim, the Bielefeld Philharmonic Orchestra and the Hagen City Theatre Orchestra. As the principal of the Heidelberg Symphony Orchestra under Thomas Fay and the Mannheim Mozart Orchestra, he recorded the complete Haydn symphonies and the complete Mendelssohn symphonies on CD, and his overtures to Salieri and stage music won a Grammy Award for Best Orchestral Performance in 2011. Nominated. Currently, he is a guest with the Rhineland-Palatinate Philharmonic Orchestra, Mannheim National Theater, Stuttgart State Opera, Karlsruhe Baden State Theater, Heidelberg City Theater, Kaiserslautern-Palatinate Theater and other orchestras, mainly in Mannheim, Germany. He is also active as a paleoclassicist and has performed with the Concerto Cologne, the Cologne Academy, the L'arpa Festante Baroque Orchestra Munich, the Main Baroque Orchestra Frankfurt and the Karlsruhe Baroque Orchestra, among others, from the Baroque to the late Romantic period. He performed with Midori Seiler in a concert of string quartets from the Mannheim Castle collection of 18th-century Mannheim School instruments as part of the Schwetzingen Music Festival organized by Southwest German Radio. He also performs as a soloist and chamber musician, and conducts and directs university orchestras. She has studied viola with Kuniko Kawai, Hideko Kobayashi, Wolfram Christ and Detlef Grooß, chamber music with Susanne Rabenschlag and Martin Lovett, and early music performance with Midori Seiler, Christian Goosses and Werner Saller.
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