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Samyuktha Rajagopal & Yuri Inoshita

20 June @ 12:45 pm 1:45 pm

£7 Adults

Tickets on the door (cash or card). Under 18s and carers go free

Doors open at 12:15 pm

Aylesbury Lunchtime Music

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Samyuktha Rajagopal


Notes on the performers

Samyuktha Rajagopal

Samyuktha was born in India in 2002, in a family of musicians. She started playing the violin at the age of 4 with Edward Yen in Singapore and after shifting to India became the student of Mr. V.S.Narasimhan, founder of Madras string quartet. In 2019 she won “Young musician of the year” award from the Olga and Jules Craen foundation.

She is also adept in South Indian classical music on the violin, which is also called carnatic music. She has given performances both the forms of music in India. She has performed in the South Asian Symphony Orchestra (SASO). She is currently having lessons with Anna Orlik in Switzerland.

She took part in the summer Masterclass organised by International Menuhin Music academy in the years 2019 and 2020. She had lessons under Oleg Kaskiv, Renaud capuçon and Guillaume Chilemme and joined the Academy in October 2020.

Yuri Inoshita

Yuri Inoshita is a pianist based in London, who was born in Barcelona, raised in Paris and Tokyo. She started her musical training at the age of 5 and received piano lessons, solfege and choir classes at the Conservatoire de Saint-Germain en Laye. After moving back to Japan at the age of 10, she started her training on dictation, harmony, sight reading and chamber music as well as the piano lessons in Toho Gakuen School of Music. In 2017, she graduated from Toho Gakuen High School of Music, majoring in piano performance under the tuition of Mikako Abe. Besides her musical studies in Toho Gakuen, she completed her bachelor at Hosei University, majoring in Intercultural Communication. She is currently on her postgraduate course at Trinity Laban Conservatoire of Music and Dance, majoring in piano performance under the tuition of Martino Tirimo. Since September 2023, she is a scholar of the Peter Harris Charitable Trust.

As a soloist, Yuri started performing in public at the age of ten. She received the Special Jury Award in Japan Junior Classical Music Competition when she was 13. In 2016, she gave a successful performance on clavichord with Yukiko Inoue (contemporary dance) in Matsumoto Memorial Hall (Tokyo). She participated in Hamburg International Akademie in 2019 and was selected to perform in the final concert. In 2022, she gave her first solo recital in Tokyo. She is a member of the Friends of the Royal London Hospital. She has participated in masterclasses taken by the great pianists such as Dmitri Alexeev, Jérôme Granjon, Genichiro Murakami, Pascal Rogé, etc. As well as her solo performances, she is strongly interested in collaborative works and was awarded the David Gosling Prize for Piano Accompaniment in the academic year 2022/23. Since 2023, she is a member of the Meissa Trio.


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