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Hiroki Takahashi

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Hiroki Takahashi

Biography

Hiroki Takahashi (b. 1979) is a Japanese composer and pianist.

He studied general music with Kiyoshi Yumoto while a student at Kita-Tama High School. He learned “image music” and jazz in an arranging and composition course at Pan School of Music. He has been playing piano more than ten years and trombone for eight years.

His compositions received awards in the Zoorasian Brass Arranging Contest, the Sakura Island Image Song Contest, and a special prize from the Tottori Folk Song Arranging Contest. A work has also been selected as a required piece for the All Japan Band Competition. Leading compositions include British Folk Song March, Street Performer’s March, and Moon Forest Suite.


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