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Mone Hattori


Born September 14, 1999.

Began playing the violin at the age of 5, studying under Akiko Tatsumi and Zakhar Bron from an early age.

At the age of 8, she performed with an orchestra for the first time, and in 2009 won first prize and a special prize at the Lipinski-Wieniawski International Violin Competition in Poland. He started performing at the age of 10 and made his grand debut at the age of 11 with a recital at the Verdi Hall in Milan. Started performance activities in Russia and Europe.

In 2013, he won the Grand Prix and New Song Award at the Young Virtuoso International Competition.

At the Novosibirsk International Violin Competition held in the same year, at the age of 13, she jumped to the senior division and won the Grand Prix, becoming the youngest ever to win the Grand Prix.

In 2015, he won the Grand Prix at the Boris Goldstein International Competition.

In October 2016, he made his CD debut with "Shostakovich: Violin Concerto No. 1, Waxman: Carmen Fantasy" and was selected as a special edition of Record Geijutsu.

2017 Nippon Steel & Sumitomo Metal Music Award, Tokiko Iwatani Award,

Received the 2018 Arion Toho Music Award, the Shinji Hattori Music Award, the 2020 Hotel Okura Music Award, and the Idemitsu Music Award.

In January 2021, it won the Bvlgari Aurora Award.

Currently, he has performed with many famous orchestras and conductors, including the NHK Symphony Orchestra, Yomikyo, Tokyo Philharmonic Orchestra, Tokyo Symphony Orchestra, and Japan Philharmonic Orchestra, and has performed various performances overseas, including the Mariinsky Theater.

From October 2009, he entered the Graduate School of Music, Toho Gakuen University. The instrument used is the Guarneri del Gesu, which was specially loaned from Nippon Violin.

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