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Mikiko Suzuki (Soprano)

Born: Japan

The Japanese soprano, Mikiko Suzuki, studied at the Conservatoire Royal de Liège in Belgium, and completed in the best of performance, was awarded the Premier Prix (Excellence Award).

Already as student in Europe, Mikiko Suzuki participated in a variety of music festivals and recordings in the USA. Her singing was highly regarded and she received rave reviews as "performance of dazzling an expressive," "beauty, not become this world of things" from overseas media. She studied singing with Yuko Suzuki, Kyoko Endo and Guy de Mey; late Baroque singing method with Ohashi Toshinari; French Baroque singing method with Jill Feldman.

Mikiko Suzuki is currently carried out an ambitious performance activity as a specialist in Renaissance-Baroque singing. In 2006, she performed a recital of French Baroque songs with Takasshi Tsunoda on lute as accompaniment, which was well received. She participated in concert of Bless B Quintet and the CD recording of Ensemble Ekurejia. She currently lives in Yokohama.

Source: Ensemble Yamate-Barocco Website (February 13, 2011), English translation by Aryeh Oron (June 2015)
Contributed by
Aryeh Oron (June 2015)

Recordings of Bach Cantatas & Other Vocal Works

Conductor

As

Works

Masaaki Suzuki

Soprano

Member of Bach Collegium Japan:
Sacred Cantatas Vol. 10:
BWV 105, BWV 179, BWV 186
Sacred Cantatas Vol. 12:
BWV 21 [1723 Leipzig version], BWV 147
Sacred Cantatas Vol. 13: BWV 64, BWV 25, BWV 69a, BWV 77, BWV 50
Sacred Cantatas Vol. 16:
BWV 119
Sacred Cantatas Vol. 18: BWV 66, BWV 134, BWV 67
Sacred Cantatas Vol. 21: BWV 65, BWV 81, BWV 83, BWV 190
Sacred Cantatas Vol. 24:
BWV 8, BWV 33, BWV 113

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Bach Coffee Cantata in Seiyou-kan (Ensemble Yamate-Barocco) [Japanese]

 


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