Tomoko Akasaka has performed as a soloist and chamber musician worldwide. As a soloist she has appeared with the Orchester des Bayerischen Rundfunks, the Muenchener Kammerorchester, the Filarmonica banatul timisoara, the Venezuela Symphony Orchestra, the Ensemble Contrechamps and the Japan Chamber orchestra under the baton of conductors like Seiji Ozawa, Heiichiro Oyama, Rüdiger Bohn, Gheorghe Costin, Olivier Cuendet and Günther Herbig.
She has recently given a widely acclaimed series of recitals in Japan, Switzerland, France, Italy, and Germany amongst others. The series of Recitals in Tokyo has been broadcasted by NHK-TV.
Her chamber music partners included Mstislav Rostropovich, Robert Mann, Christoph Poppen, Lukas Hagen, Daniel Hope, Carolin Widmann, Heinz Holliger, Menahem Pressler, Frans Helmerson, Charles Neidich, Maurice Bourgue, and Reiner Honeck, at international music festivals such as Lockenhaus Festival, Saito-Kinen Festival, Olivier Messien Festival, Pablo Casals Festival, Luzern Festival, Zagreb Chamber music festival, Kronberg “Chamber Music Connects the World”, Festival Amadeus, San Francisco Musical days, Schubertiade and others.
Tomoko Akasaka has performed at concert venues including the Amsterdam Concertgebouw, Geneva Victoria Hall and Grand Théâtre, Konzerthaus and Philharmonie Berlin, Schloss Elmau, Suntory Hall and Schloss Nymphenburg Munich.
Her recent collaboration with the composer György Kurtág has had a profound influence on her work as a musician.
Her future engagements include solo recitals and concertos in Japan, Switzerland, France and Germany as well as chamber music collaborations with Gary Hoffman, Raphael Oleg, Pascal Moraguès, Juliane Banse, Christoph Poppen and others.
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