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Yuki Koyama

Yuki Koyama, huilu
Yuki Koyama, huilu Picture by: Jussi Nahkuri Radion sinfoniaorkesteri,rso yuki koyama, huilu 2017

Yuki Koyama started to play the flute when he was six years old, his teacher was Megumi Horii.

1999 he won the 1st prize at the 53rd Student Music Competition of Japan Junior High School Division. 2002 he won the 1st prize at the 56rd Student Music Competition of Japan High School Division and the 1st prize at the 7th Biwako International Flute Competition High School Division. 2004 he won the 1st prize, Iwatani Award (Audience Award), Kato Award and Yoshida Award at the 73rd Music Competition of Japan. 2005 he won the 1st prize at the 6th Kobe International Flute Competition.

While he is busy giving recitals in various parts of Japan, he repeatedly works with orchestras such as the NHK Symphony Orchestra, New Japan Philharmonic, Japan Philharmonic Orchestra, Tokyo Philharmonic Orchestra, Tokyo Symphony Orchestra, Gunma Symphony Orchestra, Osaka Symphony Orchestra, Kobe City Chamber Orchestra and others.

  • Autumn concerts of the FRSO to be televised live on the Yle Teema channel

    Karita Mattila and EP Salonen among the season performers.

    The Finnish Radio Symphony Orchestra begins its autumn season on 4 September under somewhat exceptional circumstances. Audiences are now permitted in the hall again, but to ensure sufficient distancing, only around 400 tickets will be sold.

  • Only chamber music at FRSO concerts until further notice – all broadcast live on Yle channels

    Audiences will not be permitted to attend concerts by FRSO.

    The Finnish Radio Symphony Orchestra announced on March 12 that it would continue giving concerts in accordance with the spring season schedule. The concerts would be broadcast live on Yle channels but played to an empty hall. Over the weekend, the management nevertheless decided that a 100-player orchestra working in close proximity would constitute a risk to the musicians’ health Instead, the concerts will, until further notice, consist of music for small ensembles broadcast live on Yle Radio 1 and Yle Areena.

  • Focus on Faust and Dmitri Shostakovich in the FRSO’s 2019/2020 season

    The guest conductors will include Esa-Pekka Salonen.

    The 2019/2020 season of the Finnish Radio Symphony Orchestra opens with Schumann’s Scenes from Goethe’s Faust, a big coproduction by the Finnish Broadcasting Company (Yle) and the Helsinki Festival. Also enjoying a special status in the season’s varied symphonic offering are symphonies and concertos of Dmitri Shostakovich’s middle period.