Yuka Ishikawa

Yuka Ishikawa started to learn to play the organ at the age of 10.
After finishing her studies at Tokyo Metropolitan Senior High School of the arts and the music (with a major in musicology), she obtained her bachelor of music in organ from Tokyo University of the Arts. She studied the organ with renowned professors Michel Bouvard, Jan Willem Jansen, Yuichi Shiina, Rie Hiroe and Mitsuko Matsuura. She studied the harpsichord with Yasuko Bouvard and the piano with Satoru Sunahara, Hideto Nishikawa and Mayuko Hashizume. She furthered her studies by attending master classes with professors such as Louis Robilliard, Daniel Roth, Helmut Deutsch or Erwan le Prado.
In 2016, she was selected for the “Geidai morning concerts”. She has already played with the Geidai Philharmonia, the Kanagawa Philharmonic and the Japan Central Symphony Orchestra.
Her work involves several activities : radio recordings, concerts with various artists and ensembles and playing the first auditions of pieces of contemporary composers. She is currently organist at the Yokohama Minato Mirai Hall, a master student at Tokyo University for the Arts and a student at the Toulouse Conservatory of Music.

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