Mozart / Schubert / Prokofiev
Hisako Kawamura was born on May 10th, 1981 in Osaka, Japan. In 1986 she settled with her family in Dusseldorlf in Germany where she began her studies of piano with K Sawano-Krall and Mr. Bator Schreiber. She has been studied with professor V. Krajnev of National Conservatory of Flanover in Germany since 1998.
In 1994 and 1996, she won twice the 1st price in the National Competition of Music, then she obtained a price in the Youth International Competition to Senigallia in Italy. She recorded the same year with the radio NDR in Hamburg. From 1995, she started performing in concert with orchestras in Germany, Austria, France, Italy, Holland, Poland, Czechoslovakia, Cyprus and Japan.
In 1998, she received the 1st price and the spécial price for the best Spanish music interpretation of the “Concurso International de Piano, Ciudad de Carlet” in Spain. The following year, she obtained the 1st price and the public price in the European competition of Chopin to Darmsladt in Germany and the encouraging price of the International Music Festival at Dietzenbach in Franklurt.
In 2001, she won the 1st price of the International Music Competition at Vercelli in ltaly. The same year, she received the 5th price and the special price for the best interpretation of the Chinese music in “China Shanghai International Piano Competition”. In 2002, she received the silver Piano Campus – Pontoise, and all the special prices (public price, special price for the best music’s interpretation of G.Connesson, price of the newspaper “classica” and the price “Musiques au Coeur”) to the competition “Piano Campus” Pontoise. The same year, she obtained tht 1st price and the price of the critic of the 25th International Contest “Allessandro Casagrande “at Terni, ltaly.
In 2003, she obtained the 3rd price of the Concours Géza Anda (Zurich). She has played with many orchestra: Göttingen Symphonic Orchestra, l’Orchestre Symphonique de Göttingen, Chamber Orchestra of Franckfort, Torun and from the Baltique, Plock Symphonic Orchestra, Poland, Shanghaï philarmonic orchestra, V. Galilei Orchestra, Fiesole, Giovanile Philharmonique Orchestra, Gênes