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Keiko Sekino

Keiko Sekino, piano

(piano, chamber music)

D.M.A., Peabody Conservatory of the John Hopkins University; M.M., Yale School of Music; B.A., Yale University. Solo recital and chamber music appearances throughout United States, Japan, and Europe, at venues including Carnegie Weill Recital Hall, Bennett-Gordon Hall at Ravinia Park, and Palacio de Festivales de Cantabria. Participation in festivals including Ravinia’s Steans Institute, Yellow Barn, and Norfolk in the U.S. and Kuhmo, Santander, La Gesse, and Pontino in Europe. Recipient of Presser Music Award and La Gesse Artistic Fellowship. Participated in Thomas Quasthoff Workshop in German Lieder at Carnegie Hall. Served as a pianist for Tanglewood Festival Chorus of the Boston Symphony Orchestra, working with conductors John Oliver and James Levine. Studies with Robert McDonald, Peter Frankl, and Margo Garrett. Masterclasses with Elisso Virsaladze, Leon Fleisher, Claude Frank, Boris Berman, and Richard Goode.