Tomoko Nishikawa - correpetition
Tomoko Nishikawa was born in Tokyo and since 1983 she has been living in Germany. She completed her piano studies with Prof. Ludwig Hoffmann and Prof. Margarita Höhenrieder at the University for Music in Munich where she received a master class diploma with chamber music as second mayor. She attended master courses with Rudolf Buchbinder, Arne Torger and Bengt Forsberg. She won several awards of solo and chamber music competitions, inter alia, first prize and special award at the international chamber music competition “Citta di Finale Ligure” in Italy. In 1996 she became part of the funding program of the association “Yehudi Menuhin Live Music Now” where she now works as an organizer on a voluntary basis. Tomoko Nishikawa performs as soloist and chamber musician at many concerts and broadcast recordings. Since 1995 she has been having a lectureship as correpetitor at the University for Music and Theatre in Munich. Besides, from 2002 to 2007 she was a lecturer at the University for Music Nuremberg-Augsburg. She has been much in demand as an official piano accompanist for international master courses and competitions.