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Takeshi Kuse

Takeshi Kuse was born in Osaka, Japan. He was graduated from Toyo University where he took a bachelor of philosophy. During his school days he was selected a member of the Jeunesses Musicals Japan Orchestra as an oboe player. After   graduating, he entered the Tokyo Conservatoire Shobi, where he studied Oboe with Takehiko Nitori. Also he studied Orchestra study and Chamber music with Ryohei Nakagawa who was the principal Bassoonist of the San Francisco Symphony Orchestra. Mr. Kuse received a diploma in 1993. He joined many recordings for broadcasting and played many concerts as a member of the Orchestra in Japan. In 1995, he got the fellowship to join the Internationale Orchesterwochen Erl-Tirol in Austria, there he was studying Oboe with Liviu Varcol and Chamber Music with Karl Öhlberger and Francois Benda. There he received a diploma. After that he played many concerts as a member of chamber music groups and some orchestras in Austria, Germany, Czech Republic and Hungary.

In 2001, he got a Master of conducting from Senzoku-Gakuen College of Music, there he was studying with Kazuyoshi Akiyama who is the Conductor Laureate of The Vancouver Symphony Orchestra and The Tokyo Symphony Orchestra.

Mr. Kuse had a post of the principal conductor of ” Musica Sant’Angelo” (2007-2008) which is one of the professional Opera Company in Tokyo.
In 2011, he was invited to Commixtus International Chamber Music Festival (Angoulême France) where he conducted Milhaud, R.Strauss etc.
In 2012, he was invited to the special program of Grand Théâtre de Tours where he played with Nicole-Bouche, Mezzo-Soprano and Marc Legras, Actor.

At the same year, he was invited to the Conservatoire du Grand’Angoulême Gabriel Fauré (France) where he conducted Special concert tours of ‘Orchestre Hector Berlioz’.

Now he is a University-Lecturer of Senzoku Gakuen College of Music. (2015- )

And also he conducts various kinds of symphonies, Concertos, Operas and Vocal works with Orchestra, Chorus groups, singers and soloist of the instruments.

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