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Fuzjko Hemming Piano Solo Concert
Sun, May 14, 2017, 3:00 PM – 5:00 PM EDT
Born in Berlin, Fuzjko Hemming had early creative influence from her father, who was a Swedish architect and painter, and her mother, a Japanese pianist. At a very young age, Fuzjko started practicing piano with her mother consistently, and, by the age of ten, she began working with Leonid Kreutzer, a highly influential piano teacher. In recognizing Fuzjko’s great potential, Kreutzer stated she would be “an internationally-acclaimed pianist” even at such an early stage. However, dispite her great potential, Fuzjko faced a major struggle in her youth: she lost her hearing, first in her right ear then her left. As a result, Fuzjko stopped playing for a number of years before returning to performance. Now, in her left ear, she can hear at about forty percent.
As a young adult, Fuzjko would prove Kreutzer’s predictions true as she overcame all obstacles and exceled in university and performance: she graduated from Tokyo University of the Arts receiving multiple Japanese TV and Radio awards before becoming the top selected student for Berlin University of the Arts and moving on to work with Paul Badura-Skoda in Vienna.
In 1999, Fuzjko released her first album “Miraculous La Campanella,” which sold over two million copies. Since that debut release, Fuzjko has won the Japan Gold Disc Award and Album of the Year Award a record four times – no other artist has been able to accomplish this.
Fuzjko has performed in numerous solo recitals all over the world collaborating with international orchestras such as the Moscow Philharmonic Orchestra, Royal Philharmonic Orchestra, and many others. Several international classical authorities such as Bruno Maderna, Leonard Bernstein, Cherkausky, and N. Magaloff have also recognized her, for artistic contributions. Currently, she is collaborating with NHK Symphony Orchestra, Ukraine Symphony Orchestra, Moskovskaya Symphony Orchestra, and Praha Radio Symphony.
In 2013, Fuzjko 's latest CD was voted First place by listeners of Spain's largest classic radio program "Catalunya Radio".
From September to November, 2014, she held 11 concerts in nine European countries, Fuzjko is extremely well renowned throughout the world and receives standing ovations in various locations.
In 2015, Fuzjko has co-starred with the Ukraine Philharmonic, Prague Radio Symphony and the NHK Symphony Orchestra.
In 2016, she is scheduled to co-star with Sukuwafiru, Monte Carlo Philharmonic Orchestra and Israel Philharmonic.
Appreciated by both her peers and community, Fuzjko passionately pursues both artistic and compassionate causes: she has dedicated many concerts solely, for the humane treatment of animals. To this note, in Germany there is a humane society named after Fuzjko in honor of her lifelong commitment to animal welfare.
Fuzjko Hemming, Piano Solo Concert 2016 in NYC (April 4th)
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