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Chang-Kook Kim
Professor at Tokyo University of the Arts, Geidai

 

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He studied at the Tokyo Univ. of the Arts. While a graduate student, he won the 1st prize of the Japan Music Concours in 1967.

In 1969 he traveled to Europe and won the 2nd prize (no one was 1st prize) at Geneve International Music Competition in 1969.

From 1970 he was Principal Flute in the Hannover State Opera Orchestra.

In 1981 he returned to Japan and took up his post as a Professor at the Tokyo Univ. of the Arts.

Since his Debut in 1968, he played more than 30 years as a soloist. He has performed widely in Japan, Europe, the United States and Asia in performances with orchestra, recitals and music festivals. In 1986, he founded “Ensemble of Tokyo” and makes it the base of his music activity of playing ensemble and conducting.

He started conducting as well, frequently conducting the Ensemble of Tokyo, in addition to the Osaka Chamber Orchestra, and the Kammer Akademie Yono. Professor at Tokyo Univ. of the Arts (Geidai).

He will be a guest professor at Korea National University of the Arts from March 2010.

January 2010

 



 

Chang-Kook Kim has teached at the following academy:
Nice

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