Born in 1986, Tomohiro HATTA began his musical studies at age of 5 with M. Endo. Five years later, he’s admitted to the Conservatory of Sapporo, in the class of M. Miyazawa, professor and director of the institution. In September 2005, he heads to Paris and continues his musical studies at the Ecole Normale de Musique de Paris, in France. June 2006: Diplôme d'Exécution piano at the Ecole Normale de Musique in Paris, unanimously and with congratulations from the jury. June 2007: Diplôme Supérieur d'Exécution at the Ecole Normale de Musique de Paris. In 2008, Tomohiro Hatta enters at the Conservatoire National de Région de Paris (CRR of Paris), attending the class of the prestigious pianist Billy Eidi, and ends three years later with the highest rating, "à l'unanimité du jury". Recently, he finished the perfectioning in Chamber Music at the Conservatoire de Musique de Genevilliers, also in France. He is currently attending the last year of master's degree under the guidance of the famous brazilian pianist, Paulo Alvares (ESART, Hochschule für Musik und Tanz Köln). Tomohiro Hatta develops also his studies with Paul Badura-Skoda, Caio Pagano, Sergei Markarov, France Clidat, among others. In 2003, Tomohiro Hatta played in the prestigious Dvorak Rudolfinum Hall, and a year later was invited to play the L. V. Beethoven’s Concerto No. 3 for Piano and Orchestra with the Orchestra of St. Petersburg in St. Petersburg (Russia).
Tomohiro Hatta is the third prize at the Rudolf Firkusny International Piano Competition (Prague, Czech Republic), and Smetana Prize. In 2006, being the youngest candidate, he was semi-finalist in the International Music Competition of Porto (Portugal), and won the third prize at the International Piano Competition Son Altesse Royale La Princesse Lalla Meryem (Morocco). Besides the third prize, Tomohiro Hatta also received the Special Prize from the French Embassy and Special Prize from the Russian Embassy. In 2009, Tomohiro Hatta was semi-finalist in the prestigious Long-Thibaud Piano Competition (Paris), and a year later he received the First Prize at Maria Campina International Piano Competition, and Second Prize at the Alexander Scriabin International Piano Competition. Throughout his career, Tomohiro Hatta participated in various concerts such as Animato at Salle Cortot, Automobile Club of Paris, Cathédrale Sainte Croix des Arméniens, Tacoignières, Château de Marsalin (Eure-et-Loir) 25, Chopin Festival in Paris (Bagatelle), Centre Culturel Franco-Japonais (Paris), Hotel d'Invalides (Paris), 11th Festival "The Carré d'Jeunes Talents" (Dreux), Embassy of Portugal in Paris, and played with Christophe Boulier (violinist winner of the Long-Thibaud Competition) in Paris and Mezin. On December the 30th, 2009, in Lisbon, he kicked off the festivities of the 200th Anniversary of F. Chopin Live for the Portuguese radio RDP-Antena2. In 2010, Tomohiro Hatta played at the 12th Festival "The Carré d'Jeunes Talents" and in the series of concerts in the Salle Pleyel "Bon anniversaire Monsieur Chopin", broadcast on France 3 television. Currently, and alongside with his career as a soloist, Tomohiro Hatta performs in duo with the portuguese pianist Ricardo Vieira, forming the MusicOrba duo (www.musicorba.com). This duo received the highest attention and criticism from the international press. Tomohiro Hatta is piano teacher at Coudray-Montceaux’s and Vauréal’s Music Conservatories, in France.
With such a warm and refined sound, the international japanese pianist Tomohiro Hatta proved to be a brilliant interpreter of Chopin's music.
in La République (FRANCE)
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