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Come and Enjoy Keiko Nakagawa on Flute at Bangsar!

My, my ……. what a scoop!  The Seniors Fellowship is treating us to a Gongxi Celebration on Sunday 8th March (6 pm) at Bangsar Gospel Centre.  There will be a Loh Sang dinner and a concert by the celebrated flautist Keiko Nakagawa and her friends.

You are invited!  8th March! Don’t forget!

Come for an evening of great music and fellowship.

Keiko Nakagawaabout: Keiko Nakagawa (Flautist)

Keiko Nakagawa started the flute at the age of twelve. She is a graduate of the Soai University (Music course) in Osaka, Japan, where she studied with Prof.Masashi Wakabayashi, Prof.Kim Shyokok and Prof.Koichi Ito, and was awarded a Bachelor of Music with Honors. she also completed her Post-Graduate studies (in Flute Performance). Keiko also participated in the masterclasses of PaulMeisen(1976,1977), Alan Marion(1982), TrevorWye(2004) and James Galway(2005).

She started performing actively in her undergraduate days and has since been involved also in solo recitals, joint concerts and orchestra performances. She received an award for an ensemble competition in 1980.Among others, Ms. Nakagawa has been asoloist for Mozart’s Flute Concerto in D major, the Flute and Harp Concerto in C major, Brandenburg Concerto No,4 ,No,5 and Overture No.2 Bminor by J.S.Bach andConcerto for 2 flutes by Cimarosa with many Orchestras. She has also performed with the Saxon String Quartet of Germany during their concert in Osaka, recorded for NHK (Japan Broadcasting Association) Radio and Television, and given two concerts respectivelyat the Xian Music Conservatory and the Shanghai Symphony Hall in China. Apart from performing, Ms.Nakagawa is a dedicated music educator, having taught at the Soai University, Nara Bunka Joshi Junior College and theTakamado High School in Japan. She is also a director of The Japan Flute Association and a special member of the Nara Prefecture Arts Council. She is also instrumental in the formation of The Mahoroba Flute Orchestra and organized The Flute Festival in Nara as a chairman.

 In 1998, Ms. Nakagawa moved to Singaporeand have been involved in many public concerts and was also active as vice-chairman of the Music Social Group in The Japanese Association Singapore. 

In 2000, she moved to Malaysia and in December 2006, she released her 1st solo Album; titled JAMBATAN (Bridge).. In September 2007, she, as a chairmanorganized the highly successful Flute Festival in Malaysia as an event for “Japan Malaysia friendship 50 years anniversary”. Keiko is currently the Malaysia National Symphony Orchestra (NSO) principal flautist and an active music educator in Malaysia.

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2 thoughts on “Come and Enjoy Keiko Nakagawa on Flute at Bangsar!

  1. Will take this opportunity to have fellowship with BGC members. 2 Tim 1 v 7 has always been empowered me when I’m assailed by fears and doubts .

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