Harp

Ema Mitarai

Ema Mitarai was born in Japan, into a musical family, and began playing the violin and the piano at the age of 3, and the harp at the age of 12. She began giving recitals on the harp from a young age. At age 19 she successfully auditioned for the Toho Gakuen College of Music in Tokyo, studying with the internationally renowned teacher Josef Molnar, where she gained her BMus degree in Performance and her Teaching Diploma. In 1998 she was awarded a grant from the Rotary Foundation to continue her studies in the United Kingdom at the Royal Northern College of Music with Frank Sternfield, where she was also awarded a bursary by the college, and subsequently gained a Postgraduate Diploma in Advanced Study in Performance. In addition, she performed in masterclasses with concert harpists, as well as winning prizes in festivals including the North London Music Festival in May 2002.  

 

As part of her international career, Ema has made concert appearances across both Japan and the UK; notable solo performances in England include Debussy’s 'Danses' for Harp and String Orchestra with the Torbay Symphony Orchestra and Exeter University Symphony Orchestra and Handel’s Harp Concerto with the Heart of England Orchestra. Chamber music has also featured prominently on her concert agenda; in particular she has performed extensively with the combination of harp, violin and voice, in a variety of different styles.

 

Ema has been teaching in Bangkok since September 2005, and given solo and chamber recitals at a variety of venues throughout the city. She now teaches at Bangkok Symphony Music School (BSS) and perform as a member of Royal Bangkok Symphony Orchestra.

performed in masterclasses with concert harpists, as well as winning prizes in festivals including the North London Music Festival in May 2002.  

 

As part of her international career, Ema has made concert appearances across both Japan and the UK; notable solo performances in England include Debussy’s 'Danses' for Harp and String Orchestra with the Torbay Symphony Orchestra and Exeter University Symphony Orchestra and Handel’s Harp Concerto with the Heart of England Orchestra. Chamber music has also featured prominently on her concert agenda; in particular she has performed extensively with the combination of harp, violin and voice, in a variety of different styles.

 

Ema has been teaching in Bangkok since September 2005, and given solo and chamber recitals at a variety of venues throughout the city. She now teaches at Bangkok Symphony Music School (BSS) and perform as a member of Royal Bangkok Symphony Orchestra.

Suthasinee Siripon

Suthasinee Siripon started studying Harp at The Royal Thai Navy School of Music with Dharavadee Khanothai and continue her course at Faculty of Fine and Applied Arts, Chulalongkorn University, Major in Harp.

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