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Date: October 08, 2017
Austrian musician of Japanese origin, Hiro Kurosaki grew up in Vienna and is today one of the most demanded artists within the musical field of the historicist interpretation. He studied violin with teachers Franz Samohyl and Nathan Milstein. At the same time, he studied Architecture and Art History at the Academy of Fine Arts in Vienna.
Hiro Kurosaki has been awarded the Wieniawsky Prizes of Poland and the Kreisler of Vienna, which facilitated the beginning of his international career as soloist along with prestigious orchestras like the Royal Philharmonic Orchestra of London, Staatskapelle Dresden, Wiener Symphoniker and Mozarteum Orchester of Salzburg .
Hiro Kurosaki specialized in Baroque violin and collaborated closely with personalities of the old music like René Clemencic, Jordi Savall and William Christie. At the same time he has acted as concertmaster with Les Arts Florissants, Clemencic Consort, London Baroque, Cappella Coloniensis and Baroque Orchestra of Seville, and also founder of the group Les Quatre Violons.
He is frequently invited to the most prestigious festivals in the world, participating in tours in Europe, Japan, the United States and Australia.
From her numerous and award-winning recordings for labels such as EMI, Virgin, Harmonia Mundi, Erato, Accent, they highlight the integrals of Haendel's Sonatas (with William Christie) and Mozart's and Beethoven's (with Linda Nicholson).
Hiro Kurosaki is a professor at the Royal Conservatory of Music in Madrid, at the University of Music and Dramatic Arts in Vienna and at the Mozarteum in Salzburg.