Euphonium. Rie Kaizuka 

Euphonium. Rie Kaizuka 



RIE KAIZUKA                                         貝塚理江


大阪音楽大学卒業。 同大学卒業演奏会、第28回ヤマハ管楽器新人演奏会に出演。第51回なにわ芸術祭 新進音楽家競演会 器楽の部にて新人奨励賞及び近鉄タクシー賞を受賞。



第34回Leonard Falcone国際コンペティションユーフォニアムアーティスト部門第1位。
2014年米国、Dr. Benjamin J. Pierceの許で研鑚を積む。
Euphonium Ensemble Phoenix、The brass bar10の各メンバー。
ユーフォニアムを木村寛仁、深川雅美、Dr. Benjamin J.Pierceの各氏に師事。

使用楽器・マウスピース: BE2052-2・BACH4G

Japan native, Rie Kaizuka was born in the city of Osaka. She is a freelance Euphonium player, performing as a soloist, ensemble player and as a guest in various orchestras and wind bands throughout Japan. She also serves as a guest lecturer with various ensembles. 
Rie graduated from the Osaka College of Music with a BA where she played the graduation concert of the college and the Yamaha Wind instruments Debut Concert for excelling as a student. She received the new artist award and Kintetsu Taxi Award of the 51st Naniwa Performing Arts Festival. She was accepted for the 22nd OKIDEN Sugarhall Competition for young musicians. 
Her competition accomplishments include a 4th prize at the 32nd and 35th Japan Wind and Percussion Competition, 2nd prize at the 2019 ITEC(International Tuba Euphonium Conferense) held in Iowa and 1st prize at the 2019 Leonard Falcone competition. As a soloist she has performed the `Euphonium concerto` composed by Joseph Horovitz with the Japan Century Symphony Orchestra. 
Rie’s teachers include Hiromasa Kimura, Masami Fukagawa and Dr. Benjamin J. Pierce.
She is currently a member of the “Euphonium Ensemble Phoenix” and “The Brass Bar 10”.
Her equipment of choose is the BE2052-2(Besson) and with a “BACH 4G”.