geboren in Tokyo, studierte an der Musashino Academia Musicae bei Prof.
Jan Horák, Prof. Vlado Perlemuter (Schüler von Ravel), Prof.
Born in Tokyo,
Japan, Chieko Yokoyama-Tancke started to play piano at the age of four.
She studied piano under Professors Jan Horak and Vlado Perlemuter (visiting
professor), and others at Musashino Academia Musicae in Tokyo. She also
learned piano, especially French piano music, under Professor Kazuko
Yasukawa (recipient of Legion d'honneur). In 1977, Musashino Academia
Musicae Orchestra had a concert tour in Germany. She was selected as
a piano soloist and performed in the 29th Beethoven Festival in Bonn.
she continues to perform as a solo pianist and chamber musician in Berlin
and other cities in Europe. She also holds concerts regularly with the
members of Berlin Philharmonic, Deutsches Symphonie-Orchester Berlin,
Deutsche Oper Berlin, and Berlin Konzerthausorchester.
Released CD (Ahl Classics): "Rachmaninoff (for Two Pianos)" by Alexander Malter & Chieko Yokoyama-Tancke.
|CD-Einspielung (Ahl Classics): S. Rachmaninov: 1. Suite "Fantasie" für zwei Klaviere (gemeinsam mit Alexander Malter)|