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Tomohiro Hatta (born 1986 in Sapporo, Japan) Tomohiro Hatta is a rising Japanese pianist on the international scene. His virtuosity, technical brilliance and sensitivity drew attention amongst the greatest living piano masters such as Billy Eidi and Caio Pagano. Born in 1986 , Tomohiro Hatta began his musical studies at the age of 5 with M. Endo and at 10 with N. Miyazawa, one of the most important piano teachers in Japan, and his big mentor in his country. Honored by the 10th Hamamatsu International Piano Academy, in September 2005 he headed to Paris and continued his musical career at the Ecole Normale de Musique de Paris, Conservatoire National de Région de Paris and Conservatoire Départemental de Genevilliers conquering the highest results. In 2016 Tomohiro Hatta obtained his Master Degree in Piano Performance at ESART with the highest mark. Tomohiro Hatta has been playing all over the world: UK, Germany, Italy, Czech Republic, Russia, USA, Portugal, Sloveniae, Panama, Marocco, India, Turkey, among others. He played in very prestigious Theaters all over the world such as Salle Pleyel in Paris, Tribeca in New York and Rudolfinum Hall in Prague, and Festivals such as Bon Anniversaire Monsieur Chopin (broadcast on television France 3), Festival "Carré d'As Jeunes Talents", Chopin Festival in Paris (Bagatelle), Dias da Musica, IMAGO Festival, Delhi International Arts Festival, Pafos 2017 - European Capital of Culture 2017, among others. At the beginning of 2018 he held 18 concerts in 18 different cities all over China. Tomohiro Hatta has been awarded several prizes such as International Piano Competition Rudolfinum Firkusny, Smetana Prize, International Piano Competition Son Altesse Royale La Princesse Lalla Meryem, Maria Campina Piano Competition, International Piano Competition Orchestra Sion, A. Scriabine Piano Competition, among many others. Tomohiro Hatta recorded for France 3, RFI, RDP-Antena 2, Sloveniae National Radio, among others, and two unique albums dedicated to A. Keil and G. Daddi, the latter who played with F. Liszt. Tomohiro Hatta is currently a piano teacher at the Conservatories of Music Coudray-Montceaux and Vauréal in France.
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