LANGUAGE

Toltetote

This is a piano and violin duo that I met at Kasumigaoka High School. Torte means [cake] in German, and we named it because we look forward to snack time between rehearsals. Yuriko inoue (Piano) graduated from fukuoka university of Education, faculty of Education. He completed the Graduate School of Education at the same university. Selected for the 56th West Japan International Music Competition and participated in the 32nd Japan Classical Music Competition National Competition. After working as a teacher at a junior high school in Fukuoka City, she moved to Europe in 2019 and taught chorus in France and other countries. In the same year, he also took the German International Master Class. In 2023, he performed a piano-concerto with the Kitakyushu Grand Philharmonic Orchestra as a soloist at the Gushing Festival in Kitakyushu. He is currently a part-time lecturer at Fukuoka University of Education. He is currently distributing his original music as a Yuriko Inoue on Apple music, Spotify and other sites. Tomomi Motomura (Violin) Born in Fukuoka City. Graduated from the Department of Instrumental Music, Faculty of Music, Aichi Prefectural University of Fine Arts and Music, and completed the master’s course at the same university. After moving to Germany, he completed a master’s degree at the Mainz College of Music. 2015-2017: Performed in an orchestral performance in Berlin-Germany as a CJD-Orchester. In 2018, she completed a week-long internship in Dijon, France. He has also performed in Germany, Hungary, the Czech Republic, and Austria on Haydn’s four-country tour of the Danube. Currently, he performs mainly in Fukuoka, while also teaching younger musicians. Member of the hibiki hall chamber Ensemble.