Student and Teacher in ロンドン, イギリス
Miki Mizusawa began playing the piano at the young age of 3. She specialised in music at Komoro High School, graduating with highest honours and was honoured to be chosen to give a recital as part of the ‘Nagano Emerging Artists Concert’. She was then accepted to the Toho Gakuen Conservatoire in Tokyo where she earned her Bachelor’s degree and was amongst the top ten students selected to play at the graduation concert in Tokyo. Miki continued at the Conservatoire on the Special Soloist Postgraduate course, there meeting pianist Maestro Gyorgy Nador of the Liszt and Bartok Conservatoires. She was invited by the maestro himself to study at the Liszt Ferenc Academy of Music in Budapest, Hungary. After obtaining her Master of Arts in Performance and Professional Diploma with highest honours from the Liszt Academy in 2013, she remained in Budapest for a fourth year of study. She then moved to London to study with Rustem Hayroudinoff as a scholarship student on the Master of Arts in Piano Performance programme at the prestigious Royal Academy of Music. Miki can commonly be seen performing both solo recitals and concerto performances in both Asia and Europe, regularly performing in Japan, Hungary and Greece. Her considerable piano skill has given her numerous opportunities to perform an extensive repertoire, performing Beethoven’s Piano Concerto No.3 with the ensemble NOVA, the most famous professional orchestra in Nagano, Chopin’s Concerto No.1 with Duna orchestra in Hungary and Chopin’s Piano concerto "Andante Spianato & Grande Polonaise Brilliant” Op.22 with Tokyo New City Orchestra in Japan.
Miki hopes to combine a career as a concert performer and teacher. Her upcoming concert is Prokofiev’s Piano Concerto No.3 with the ensemble NOVA on the 11th August, shortly followed by an 8 hands chamber music concert on the 5th November in Nagano in Japan.