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Emi Aikawa (Soprano)

Born: 1978 - Tokyo, Japan

The Japanese soprano, Emi Aikawa, graduated in 2001 as a soprano in opera singing at the Tokyo College of Music, and before graduating, won the national competition "Breeze Recital", which would allow her to perform at the radio station “Classica Recente” ("Late Classic"), in a radio program that specialized in classical music. As a soloist, she has been hosted by various Japoanese ensembles and studied Baroque singing both in Japan and in Italy.

Since 2001 Emi Aikawa is living in Italy, where she has been working as a soloist and has given concerts in various concert halls and churches in the peninsula, singing works by various composers including George Frideric Handel, J.S. Bach and Alessandro Scarlatti. In addition to her activity as a soloist in Italy, she also sings regularly in Japan, where she participates in the music ensemble "Baroque & Classical World" performing works of the great composers of the Baroque period up to pre-contemporary.

Source: Trio Barocco Website, English translation by Aryeh Oron (May 2011)
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Aryeh Oron (May 2011)

Emi Aikawa: Short Biography | Recordings of Vocal Works under her name

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