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Hello.

Thank you for stopping by on my website.

 

I love music ... I love you forever : )

Beginning with a rhythmic, when I was in elementary school I was playing an electronic organ and I was absorbed in my organ. Cautiously,

I played jazz and Irish music with an electronic organ.

I  worked hard at the competition , playing in front of my friends, I enjoyed it.

I entered the brass band from junior high school, I met the flute and I want to continue this instrument all the time.

 

Although there was sometimes not going to go quite as I thought, my friends who met through the flute,

Music, lots of memories. Without a flute, it might not have been a social person.

 

I studied classics at university, but now I graduate, I am strongly thinking that "I want to continue music fun without sticking to the genre".

Of course I like to play music such as pops, instruments, Irish music, Nordic music, country, etc, as well as classical music.

 

I think that I want to be a player who plays and wonderful music like me.

Please feel free to "contact us" if it seems to be helpful to me.

Satomi Hosomi

Born in 1990.1.25.

Modern flute, Irish flute, Tin whistle player.

Born in Fukuchiyama city, Kyoto Prefecture.

Common name "myon”

 

Graduated from the Faculty of Music, Nagoya University of the Arts. Completed graduate school of the university.

Masako Kawamura, undergraduate studies with Kouichi Itoh. Studied Irish flute with Tomoaki Hatakeyama(hatao).

Participated in Trevor Wai's flute seminar.

In the Magnum Trio camp, studying modern rendition style.

 

Teaching the brass bands of middle and high school. Perform a private lesson · Tin Whistle workshop.

Instead of being categorized by genre, I play classical music, pops, Irish music, Scandinavian music.

 

I am vigorously posting videos on Youtube, live broadcasting at SHOWROOM.

For lesson reservation · consultation, live reservation etc. from here ↓