IRINO PRIZE

International Composers Competition for Young Composers

Result of the 37th IRINO PRIZE for Chamber-Orchestral work, 2016

Irino Prize Winners

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Composer Takahiro Kuroda
(Japanese, 1989 b. in Toyama living in Kanagawa, Japan)
Title of work “There are for 12 instruments”
Duration ca. 15’00”
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Takahiro Kuroda is a master-course student in Composition at Tokyo University of the Arts. He studied composition under Toma Imoto, Isao Matsushita, Norio Fukushi and Jo Kondo. Currently he has been studying composition under Jummei Suzuki.-Education-
04.2014: Graduate school of music, Tokyo University of the Arts (Department of composition)
04.2010-03. 2014: Tokyo University of the Arts (Department of composition)-Major Awards-
The JSCM Newcomers Award (2012)
-The result of the 37th IRINO PRIZE for Chamber Orchestral work, 2016-
We would like to inform you the result of the 37th Irino Prize, 2016.
The Selection Committee has been held on September 20th, 2016 at the NPO JML Yoshiro Irino Music Institute Tokyo.Total of Entries:45 compositions, 22 countries
Award: 500,000 Japanese yen
Jury of this year: Joji YUASA (absent), Yori-Aki MATSUDAIRA, Satoshi TANAKA, Takayuki RAI, Mari TAKANO, Masahiro MIWA(Chairperson), Haruyuki SUZUKI
Special Jury: Yasuaki ITAKURA(Conductor of Tokyo Sinfonietta)

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