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AumAree House

From Paris to Vienna

Embark on a Musical Journey from Paris to Vienna with Four Exceptional Musicians as they perform Carl Furling's Piano Quartet and Faure's Piano Quartet.

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From Paris to Vienna
From Paris to Vienna

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14 Sept 2023, 18:00

AumAree House, 178 69 Soi Phutthamonthon Sai 2, Khwaeng Sala Thammasop, Khet Thawi Watthana, Krung Thep Maha Nakhon 10170, Thailand

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Piano Quartet

Program

G.Fauré Piano Quartet No. 1, in C minor, Op. 15

C.Frühling Piano Quartet in D Major, Op. 35

Musicians:

Anna Takeda, violin

Miti Wisuthumporn, viola

Noa Chorin, cello

Tarin Supprakorn, piano

Anna Takeda, Violin 

Thai/Japanese Violinst Anna Takeda has studied violin with Takashi Nagamine, Toru Yasunaga at the Senzoku College of Music and graduated with a Bachelor of Music degree as Summa cum Laude in March 2015. She went on to study violin with Lucie Robert and Koichiro Harada at Manhattan School of Music and graduated with a Master of Music degree in May 2018, and the Professional studies program in May 2019. She has worked with numerous orchestras and chamber groups including Lincoln Center Stage Quartet, Apple Hill Quartet, Dallas string Quartet, Pro Musica quartet and Thailand Philharmonic Orchestra. She has also performed numerous concerts as soloist with orchestras includes the Dohnanyi Orchestra Budafok, Ureuk Symphony Orchestra,the National Cuban Symphony Orchestra, the Vietnam National Opera & Ballet Orchestra, the ASEAN Symphony orchestra, the Orchestra Sinfonica Lira Saguntin, the Bangkok charity orchestra, Thai Youth Orchestra, Senzoku New Philharmonic Orchestra with renowned conductors including Kazuyoshi Akiyama, Hollerung Gaborn and Alpaslan Ertiingealp. She has performed in renowned halls such as Carnegie Hall, Merkin Concert Hall, Liszt Academy Grand Hall, the Béla Bartók National Hall, Tokyo Opera City, Tokyo Metropolitan Theatre, Suntory Hall etc. She is currently on trial period for London Symphony Orchestra as section violinist while performing actively as freelance violinist based in Bangkok Thailand.

Miti Wisuthumporn, Viola 

Miti Wisuthumporn has forged a career as one of the leading violists of his generation in Thailand, performing on international concert stages, commissioning and recording new works, and nurturing young musicians. Currently a principal violist of the Royal Bangkok Symphony Orchestra, Miti received reviews such as “Miti played the central section’s exposed solo with admirable nerve and control.”(Bangkok Post). His appearances as concert soloist have included the Royal Bangkok Symphony Orchestra, the Pro Musica and the Chulalongkorn University String Orchestra. As a chamber musician, he has collaborated with the members of the Pro Musica, Bangkok String Quartet, as well as Andres Cardenes, Thomas Hampson, Clive Greensmith, Roeland Hendrikx and many others. Dedicated to introducing classical music to a broader audience in Thailand, Miti worked with five fellow musicians to form the JEEB Ensemble. The ensemble sought to present core classical music repertoire in funky ways that reached a wider audience. It proved to be popular – the JEEB Ensemble held sold-out music festivals in 2013 and 2017, had a China tour in 2018, launched Thailand’s first digitally-streamed classical music album distributed by Universal Music amidst COVID-19, and will soon launch its third festival. Miti began violin studies at age 14 and switched to the viola at the age of 15 while studying with Ajarn Chaiwat Buranamanas and the National Artist Asst Prof Col Choochart Pitaksakorn. From 2014 to 2008, he received a full-scholarship to study at the Yong Siew Toh Conservatory of Music, National University of Singapore under the tutelage of Jiri Heger, and between 2008 and 2010, received a full-scholarship to complete master degree at the Carnegie Mellon University in Pittsburgh, where he studied with distinguished American violists –Toby Appel, Joen Vasquez and Maureen Gallargher. Later he moved to Europe for further studies with Matthias Maurar, former viola soloist of the Royal Concertgebouw Orchestra at the University of Music and Performing Art Graz, Austria. Miti is currently a viola lecturer at the Faculty of Fine and Applied Arts and Faculty of Music Education – Chulalongkorn University, Faculty of Humanities – Kasetsart University and Princess Galyani Vadhana Institute of Music.

Noa Chorin, Cello 

The Israeli Cellist holds the position of principal Cellist of the Israel Chamber Orchestra. Noa started playing the cello at age 9 with Mr. Uri Chen and later on with Mr. Hillel Zori, with whom she studied her Bachelor of Music at the Buchman-Mehta School of Music. She graduated with highest honor for her Master degree with Prof. Josef Schwab and Prof. Stefan Forck at the Musikhochshule “Hanns Eisler”, Berlin. Since 2005, Noa is a member of the “West Eastern Divan” Orchestra directed by Daniel Barenboim, who also granted her studying scholarship. There she also holds the positions of assistant principal and principal cellist. Noa played with the Staatskapelle Berlin, Germany State Opera, as an academist from 2009 until 2012. As an active chamber music performer, she participated in many music festivals in Israel and Europe such as the Chamber music festival of the young outstanding musician unit at the Jerusalem music Center “Mishkenot Sha'ananim”, International Cello Congress in Israel, Rolandseck Chamber music festival, The Voice of Music in the Upper Galilee Chamber Music Festival (Israel), “Serenata Berlin” festival (Spain), “Vareler Hafen” music festival and Wiesel music festival (Germany); there she also performed as a soloist with the “Israeli young Kibbutz Orchestra” and “Wiesel Festival Orchestra". Lately Noa performed as a soloist with "The Israel Chamber Orchestra". Currently Noa is based in Bangkok, Thailand, where she performs regularly with various chamber music groups and festivals, gives Masterclasses and is a guest lecturer at the Princess Galyani Institute of Music.

Tarin Supprakorn, Piano 

Dr. Tarin Supprakorn is active as a solo pianist, collaborative pianist, and piano pedagogue. He has won top prizes in numerous competitions in Thailand, Japan, Lithuania, Indonesia, Malaysia, and the United States and has played with orchestras in the United States, Asia, and Europe, including International Orchestra of Italy, National Orchestra of Indonesia, Lithuanian Symphonic Orchestra, Seoul Philharmonic Orchestra, Rochester Philharmonic Orchestra, and many more. Critics have praised his playing as “lyric” and “graceful,” with the Pattaya (Thailand) Mail proclaiming: “Precocious talent Tarin Supprakorn took the stage [in a performance with the Seoul Philharmonic Orchestra] for a veritably electric demonstration of controlled expression and pure technique. Like a hummingbird’s wings were his fingers as he breathed new life into the great Gershwin’s Rhapsody in Blue.” The Bangkok Post has hailed him as “one of Thailand’s top young concert pianists.” As an adjudicator, Dr. Supprakorn has judged at competitions such as Kawai-Thailand ASEAN Piano Competition 2018, Thailand 9th Mozart International Piano Competition 2020, Yamaha Thailand Music Festival 2020, Joyeux Music International Festival and Competition for Young Pianists 2022, Asia Pacific International Music Competition 2023, and International Young Musicians Music Competition 2023. Currently, Dr. Supprakorn serves as a full-time faculty member at Western Music Department, Faculty of Humanities, Kasetsart University, and Head of Academic at Kawai Music School Thailand. He is also a piano instructor at Horwang Music Academy, Kawai Music Chonburi, Peterson Piano Institute, and SOONER The Classical Music School. He attained the Doctor of Musical Arts and Master of Music in Piano Performance and Literature at the Eastman School of Music in Rochester, New York, where he studied with Dr. Nelita True. He received a Bachelor of Music in Piano Performance from Yong Siew Toh Conservatory of Music, National University of Singapore, studying with Dr. Thomas Hecht. Supprakorn began piano studies in his native Thailand, receiving a full scholarship from the M. L. Puangroy Apaiwongse Scholarship Fund to study with Dr. Indhuon Srikaranonda-Balakauskas in Bangkok. He was also a scholarship recipient of Fund for Classical Music Promotion Under the Patronage of HRH Princess Galayani Vadhana.

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