Takuo YUASA

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Gender Male
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Birthdate 1949-07-27
Education Coll/Conservatory of Music Univ of Cincinnati (BMus), Vienna Hochschule für Musik (Dip)
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Style Takuo Yuasa, Esq
Career conductor Gumma Symphony Orch 1984-88; princ guest conductor: BBC Scottish Symphony Orch 1989-93, Ulster Orch 1997-2005; UK debut 1988, Proms debut 1989; conducted orchs incl: Tonkünstlerorchester Vienna, Japan Philharmonic, Tokyo Met Symphony, Warsaw Nat Philharmonic, Polish Radio Nat Symphony, London Philharmonic, Yomiuri Nippon Symphony, Oslo Philarmonic, Ulster Orchestra, Bournemouth Symphony, Royal Liverpool Philarmonic, Hallé Orch, Hong Kong Philharmonic, Syndey Symphony, Berlin Symphony; venues incl: Vienna Konzerthaus, Royal Festival Hall, opening concert Glasgow Euro City of Culture Festival 1990, Sydney Opera House, Scottish Opera (Traviata), Berlin Philharmonic Hall, numerous others in UK, Japan, Scandinavia, Australia and Europe; assoc prof Tokyo Univ of the Arts 2008-; IUE Cultural Prize 2007; >ir< Rimsky-Korsakov's Sheherazade (with London Philharmonic Orch), Benjamin Britten's Four Sea Interludes and others (with Royal Liverpool Philharmonic Orch), Lorenzo Ferraro's La Nueva España (with Nat Symphony of Ukraine), Henryk Górecki's Symphony No 3 (with Adelaide Symphony); with Ulster Orch: James MacMillan's Veni Veni Emanuel, Michael Nyman's Piano Concerto, John Tavener's The Protecting Veil, Benjamin Britten's Cello Symphony, Philip Glass' Violin Concerto, Arvo Pärt's Tabula Rasa, Arnold Schoenberg's Verklärte Nacht, Anton Webern's Passacaglia, Edward MacDowell's Suites No 1 & 2, Akio Yashiro's Symphony, Alan Rawsthorne's Piano Concertos, Four Brahms Symphonies 2006, Four Schumann Symphonies 2007
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