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 Lunch Time Concert with Damla Tuncer and Eri Yamamoto

Music

Lunch Time Concert with Damla Tuncer and Eri Yamamoto

DATE

Thu 28 Mar 2024

VENUE

Woodville Auditorium

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Programme 
D.M.Dreyer oboe sonata G min
Largo cantabile 
Allegrao 
Largo 
C.Saint Saens oboe sonata D Maj 
Andante 
Ad libutum - Allegretto
 G.Donizetti oboe Sonata F Maj 
E.V.Dohnanyi Rhapsody for piano solo in 
C CNielsen for oboe and piano 2 fantasy pieces Op.2 
A.Piazzola for oboe and piano Oblivion & Adios Nonino

Damla Tuncer
has began to play the oboe at the age of eleven. After graduating with an excellent degree from MSGU in Istanbul in 1995, she continued her education in soloist classes of Prf. Emmanuel Abbuhl at Codarts University/ The Netherlands and got her PHD degree from MSGU in 2010. 
She has been taking part in as a freelencer at Opera North and Manchester Halle Orchestras, touring with different orchestras domestic and internationally, and playing chamber music and solo performances . 
She currently holds the co- principle oboist position with Istanbul State Stmphony Orchestra, beside being an orchestral oboist , she has been teaching oboe and chamber music at Tevitol Highschool which is well known as highly intelligent students in Turkey since 2014. 
Damla has also been studying the Alexander Tevhnique in the UK since 2016, aming at becoming the first and only AT teacher in Turkey. 
Eri Yamamoto was born in Tokyo and, after achieving her BA and MA with highest honours at the F. Liszt Academy of Music in Budapest as a Stipendium Hungaricum scholar, she moved to London in 2017 to further her skills on the Professional Diploma course at the Royal Academy of Music. Currently in the UK on an ‘Exceptional Talent’ visa, she is also an official piano accompanist in the Strings Department of the Royal Academy of Music. Eri has won numerous prizes and awards, including becoming the Finalist of the NY F. Liszt Competition, and had a Grand Final at the Stern Auditorium Perelman Stage (for Concerto) and the Weill Recital Hall (for Solo) of the Carnegie Hall(NY), the membership of the Liszt Society as became the Finalist of the Liszt Society Piano Competition (UK), Absolute First Prize in the ‘Citta di Barletta’ (Italy), Second prize in the G. Gershwin Int. Piano Competition (NY, US), the Rosalia de Castro Special Prize incl. CD recording prize in the International Piano Competition ‘City of Vigo’ (Spain), Second Prize in the Putra International Piano Competition (Malaysia), First in the ‘Grand Prize Virtuoso’ International Music Competition (Salzburg), Silver prize in WPTA Finland, and other honours throughout Europe and Asia.

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