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Haruma SATO CELLO

BIOGRAPHY

Haruma Sato was born in 1998 in Japan, and took the first taught at the age 6.
He won first prize in the 67th Student Music Competition of Japan, 83rd Music competition of Japan, and Haruma Sato has also won the First prise in the 13th Domenico-Gabrielli-competition in Berlin and the XⅠ Witold Lutosławski International Cello Competition.
He has appeared as a soloist with Tokyo Philharmonic Orchestra and Kazumasa Watanabe, Nagoya Philharmonic Orchestra and Yuko Tanaka and Japan Central Symphony Orchestra and Yoko Matsuo. He performed also in festivals such as the Allegro Vivo Festival Austria, International Mendelssohn Fetival in Hamburg and the opening concert of the Summer Festival 2017 in University of the Arts Berlin.
Haruma Sato has played also numerous contemporary works, such as „Pierrot lunaire" from Arnold Schoenberg and „Stunden-Blumen -homagge à Olivier Messiaen-„ from Toshio Hosokawa.
He took part in masterclasses with Frans Helmerson, David Geringas, Gustav Rivinius, Hans Jensen and Jean-Guihen Queyras. After graduating from the music high school attached to the Tokyo university of the arts, he studying with Jens Peter Maintz in the University of the Arts Berlin.
He is supported by Rohm Music Foundation and Geidai Foundation.