Mitsuko Uchida Tickets
A celebrated pianist and iconic composer Mitsuku Uchidi is coming to thrill classic music fans across the country. Mitsuko Uchida tickets bring this brilliant performer to a venue near you really soon. Uchida is one of the most talented pianists today; she creates and plays music with great musical insight and passion. Her music is all about her ‘search for beauty and truth’; no wonder her music all thematic, making it an inspirational act.
Mitsuko Uchida Tickets
- Buy The Cleveland Orchestra: Mitsuko Uchida - Schubert, Severance Hall Tickets for 11/03 03:00 PM The Cleveland Orchestra: Mitsuko Uchida - Schubert, Severance Hall tickets for 11/03 03:00 PM at Severance Hall, Cleveland, OH
- Sun Nov 03 2019
- Buy Mahler Chamber Orchestra: Mitsuko Uchida & Meesun Hong Coleman - Mozart & Widmann, Carnegie Hall - Isaac Stern Auditorium Tickets for 03/28 08:00 PM Mahler Chamber Orchestra: Mitsuko Uchida & Meesun Hong Coleman - Mozart & Widmann, Carnegie Hall - Isaac Stern Auditorium tickets for 03/28 08:00 PM at Carnegie Hall Isaac Stern Auditorium, New York, NY
- Sat Mar 28 2020
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- Sun Apr 05 2020
The artist has won acclaimed for her recording of Schoenberg Piano Concerto beside Pierre Boulez and the Cleveland Orchestra. With four additional awards on her portfolio including The Gramophone Award for Best Concerto she has surely become a high achiever in her domain. In 2011, among many projects she also recorded a collection of Mozart's Piano Concerti with Cleveland Orchestra by directing from piano. The recording discs of these series were highly acclaimed by critics and were awarded a Grammy Award in 2011.
Hailing from Atami, a Tokyo suburb, Uchidaa shifted to Vienna, Austria during her adolescent. Her parents who were professional diplomats always backed her musical interests. There she joined the Vienna Academy of music. She got a chance to become students with names like Stefan Askenase and Wilhelm Kempff.
In the conducive environment at the academy, she learnt a great deal about interpretations of music especially chamber and orchestral music. No wonder influence of maestros like Mozart, Schubert and Beethoven have influenced every bit of her music. Her studio efforts and live recordings are good examples of music inspired by these great names. The repertoire and renditions of the most famous works of these musicians are the best in her profile. Mitsuko is traditional yet progressive at the same time. She has a whole lot of new generation and aspiring musicians by her side who respect names like Berg, Schoenberg, Boulez, Webern and many more.
During her education in the Vienna Academy music, Mitsuku Uchidi's musical emerged as a non-conventional one. She wanted to learn and experience as per her own perceptions. Yet the academy did not allow that. However, kept going on her own terms and when finally she came to stage in in competitions, judges were able to realize what she had been asking for all along. She received second prizes in the Beethoven Competition (1968) and the Chopin Competition (1970) for her tremendous talent and skill.
After quitting from the competitions circuit, Uchida began working as an interpreter of famous music legends. Her fame fired up with word of mouth in the 70s leading up to her awe inspiring interpretation of Mozart in the 80’s. Her highly acclaimed performances of Mozart sonatas in London and Tokyo as well as the sets of complete sonatas became universal hits. During 1985-1986, Uchida performed as a soloist and conductor in the Mozart concerti with the English Chamber Orchestra.
Having been performed for the world's most celebrated musicians and orchestras, Uchida performed as the 'Artist-in-Residency' with Cleveland Orchestra. She was also featured in 'Mitsuku Uchida: Vienna Revisited' produced by Carnegie Hall. The Concertgebouw's series named ‘Carte Blanche’ with Chamber Orchestra of Europe, Ian Bostridge, Royal Concertgebouw Orchestra and the Hagen Quartet also featured her wonderful music. Uchida, also directed a piano performance of Schönberg's Pierrot Lunaire. She worked in collaboration with Simon Rattle on the chamber music concert's series and Beethoven's Piano Concerti cycle. This performance won her the position of Artist-in-Residency with the Berlin Philharmonic orchestra at the Lucerne Festival, Salzburg Mozartwoche and Vienna Konzerthaus.
The artist was also featured in the 2005-06 season of the Cleveland orchestra side by side Dame Felicity Lott. For her outstanding music, she was also honored with the Dame Commander position of the Order of the British Empire in 2009. In 2012, she got a Gold Medal by the Royal Philharmonic Society. Uchida has made many contribution to the development of the Borletti-Buitoni Trust. It is a project that displays her commitment to develop the aspirational or amateur performers.
This season, the artist has along yet very exciting schedule of performances. She will be collaborating with a number of orchestras namely Bayerischer Rundfunk/Mariss Jansons, Berlin Philharmonic with Sir Simon Rattle and Chicago Symphony with Riccardo Muti. Also on schedule is her performance with Leon Fleisher and the Cleveland Orchestra, London Philharmonic with Vladimir Jurowski and Tonhalle Orchestra with David Zinman. Moreover, she will this summer be visiting numerous places on a recital tour. Mitsuko Uchida Concert tickets are your passes to these performances. Cheap Mitsuko Uchida tickets are also an option so purchase them in your earliest convenience.
Mitsuko Uchida Tour Dates 2019 & Concerts
Nothing beats the joy of watching your favorite music artist perform live! Mitsuko Uchida's concert dates are out and fans are looking forward to the upcoming shows. The next concert will be held in Cleveland at the Severance Hall on 3-Nov-19, while the last available date is for the event scheduled for New York at the Carnegie Hall - Isaac Stern Auditorium on 7-Apr-20. For complete information regarding dates and venues, please visit our website.
|The Cleveland Orchestra: Mitsuko Uchida - Schubert||Severance Hall||Cleveland, OH||Sun Nov 03 201903:00 PM|
|Mahler Chamber Orchestra: Mitsuko Uchida & Meesun Hong Coleman - Mozart & Widmann||Carnegie Hall - Isaac Stern Auditorium||New York, NY||Sat Mar 28 202008:00 PM|
|Mitsuko Uchida||Chicago Symphony Center||Chicago, IL||Sun Apr 05 202003:00 PM|
|Mitsuko Uchida||Carnegie Hall - Isaac Stern Auditorium||New York, NY||Tue Apr 07 202008:00 PM|
Mitsuko Uchida Ticket Prices
The average price for Mitsuko Uchida Tickets start from $163. The minimum get in price is $44 for Mitsuko Uchida Tickets at the Chicago Symphony Center, Chicago. For a detailed look at ticket prices and amazing discounts, visit our website.
|Name||City||Date||Average Ticket Price||Get In Price
|The Cleveland Orchestra: Mitsuko Uchida - Schubert||Cleveland||3-Nov-19||$193||$77|
|Mahler Chamber Orchestra: Mitsuko Uchida & Meesun Hong Coleman - Mozart & Widmann||New York||28-Mar-20||$281||$53|
|Mitsuko Uchida||New York||7-Apr-20||$285||$53|
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