浅野真弓
クラシック・ピアニスト
 
桐朋学園大学在学中に神奈川フィルハーモニー管弦楽団と共演、卒業後、ドイツ国立マンハイム芸術大学大学院を最優秀で修め、ドイツ国家演奏家資格を取得。
 
サン・ノン・ラ・ブルテッシュ国際ピアノコンクール入賞、
ルイッジャ・ストラメージ国際ピアノコンクール優勝、
ロヴェーレ・ドーロ国際音楽コンクール優勝、
マリア・カナルス国際コンクールで第3位入賞。
 
ヨーロッパ各地でソロ・リサイタルを行い、ヒルデスハイム市立劇場管弦楽団のツアーコンサートにソリストとして参加。
 
帰国後は、ソロ・リサイタル、N響メンバーとの室内楽、歌曲伴奏、2台ピアノ4手・8手など幅広く演奏活動を展開。
 
近年はチェロとのデュオに力を入れ、ウィーン・フィル首席チェリスト、タマーシュ・ヴァルガとデュオのCDをリリース、レコード芸術特選盤、読売新聞推薦盤の評価を受けた。バリトンの河野克典と日本歌曲のCDもリリースしている。
 
ピアノを山田朋子、種田直之、竹内啓子、R. ベンツの各氏に、室内楽をP. ダン氏に師事。
 
現在、洗足学園音楽大学講師として、後進の指導にもあたっている 。


Mayumi Asano
pianist
 
Mayumi Asano graduated from Toho Gakuen School of Music in Tokyo and continued her studies in Germany, where she graduated with highest honors from the graduate school of Mannheim University of Music and Performing Arts. She also obtained a German state qualification as a music performer.
She has won a number of awards at international music competitions, such as receiving a prize in the International Piano Competition of St. Nom la Breteche, winning the Luigia Stramesi international piano competition and the Rovere d’Oro international music competition and taking the 3rd place prize in the Maria Canals International Music Competition.
Mayumi Asano has also been a featured solo performer in Germany, Italy, France and Spain. She also performed with various orchestras, such as the Stadttheater Hildesheim Orchestra on its concert tour.
After returning to Japan, she has performed in a wide range of arrangements, such as solo recitals, chamber music performances with NHK Symphony Orchestra members, piano accompaniment for singers as well as two-piano four hand and eight hand performances.
More recently, Mayumi Asano has been concentrating on duet concerts with prominent cellists at home and abroad. In May 2015, she and Tamas Varga, the principal cellist for the Vienna Philharmonic, released a CD of sonatas by Edvard Grieg and Frederic Chopin. The CD was chosen as the best chamber music recording of the month by the Record Geijutsu magazine and as a recommended choice by The Yomiuri Shimbun newspaper.
She also released a CD of popular Japanese lieder while accompanying Katsunori Kono, an outstanding baritone singer.
She studied piano with Tomoko Yamada, Naoyuki Taneda, Keiko Takeuchi and Robert Benz and was mentored in chamber music by Paul Dan.