Kinichi Nakamura

Kin-ichi Nakamura graduated from Tokyo National University of Fine Arts & Music in 1983, and performed at its University’s Dousei Society New Members’ Concert at that year. He also received a prize at the New Players Contest organized by the Tokyo Cultural Institution Concert Hall. Since the 1982 formation of Harmo Saxophone Quartet, he has given recitals throughout Japan. Nakamura has been devoted to producing arrangements for Saxophone Quartet.

He received the 1st prize (the first for a saxophonist) plus recognition from Lufthansa at the 21st Chamber Music Contest in 1986. He has released more than 10 CDs of saxophone solo and quartet performances. He actively works on new styles of arranging such as “Magical Sounds”, “F Cube Trio”, and “Attic.” He studied saxophone with Kazuo Tomioka and Yuichi Ohmuro. He also teaches at Tokyo National University of Fine Arts & Music, Nihon University College of Arts, and Tokyo Music & Media Arts Shobi.

Kinichi Nakamura graduated from Tokyo Art University in 1983, and performed at Tokyo Art University Dousei Society New Members’ Concert at that year. He also received a prize at the New Players Contest organized by the Tokyo Cultural Institution Concert Hall. Since the 1982 formation of Harmo Saxophone Quartet, he has given recitals throughout Japan. Nakamura has been devoted to producing arrangements for Saxophone Quartet. He received the 1st prize (the first for a saxophonist) plus recognition from Lufthansa at the 21st Chamber Music Contest in 1986. He has released more than 10 CDs of saxophone solo and quartet performances. He actively works on new styles of arranging such as “Magical Sounds”, “F Cube Trio”, and “Attic.” He studied saxophone with Kazuo Tomioka and Yuichi Ohmuro. He also teaches at Tokyo Art University, Japan Art University, and Tokyo Music & Media Art Shobi.


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