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2023 will mark the 60th anniversary of the deaths of Francis Poulenc and Edith Piaf. By interweaving the chansons of two people who share the commonalities of "love" and "freedom," we depict the "power to live."The performers will be Yumiko Tanimura, a soprano singer who works as a bridge between France and Japan, and Tsubasa Tatsuno, a pianist who has performed extensively in France and Japan.

Yumiko Tanimura (soprano), Tsubasa Tatsuno (piano)

Yumiko Tanimura (Soprano)
Born in Kyoto City.After graduating from Kyoto Girls' High School, he entered Kyoto City University of Arts and completed his major in vocal music.After working as a resident singer of the Biwako Hall Vocal Ensemble, she studied abroad in the final course of the Vocal Music Department at the Conservatoire National de Paris as a scholarship recipient of the Rotary International Foundation and the Rohm Music Foundation.
She has achieved excellent results in many international competitions, including becoming the first Japanese to win the Nadia and Lili Boulanger International Competition (Paris) and the Lyon International Chamber Music Competition. Appears in oratorios and recitals. In Japan, in 2005, she suddenly appeared as a soprano solo in the Japan tour of ``St. Matthew Passion'' conducted by Corbo, and since then, she has performed under the direction of Hironori Numajiri, Toya Shimono, Yutaka Sado, Michiyoshi Inoue, and Junichi Hirokami. He has performed as a soloist at the regular concerts of the Osaka Century Symphony Orchestra, the Meiji Philharmonic, the Kyoto Symphony Orchestra, the Japan Philharmonic, and La Folle Journée. CDs include Bach's ``Mass in B minor'' conducted by Corvo, and ``April Ravel & Poulenc's Collection of Famous French Songs.''He has won the Kyoto Aoyama Music Award, the Kyoto City Art Newcomer Award, and the Todo Music Award.He is a member of the Kyoto French Lieder Association, the Japan Faure Association, and a representative of Atelier Lyric Kyoto. Part-time lecturer at Osaka College of Music, Mukogawa Women's University, and Kyoto City University of Arts.

Tsubasa Tatsuno (piano)
Born in Kobe City.She graduated at the top of her class from the Kyoto City University of Arts, Faculty of Music, majoring in piano.She received the Kyoto City Mayor's Award and the Kyoto Music Association Award.While he was in school, he traveled to France as a special case and graduated from the Conservatoire National Supérieure de Paris, the Salzburg Mozarteum College of Music, and the Paris Ecole Normale, where he graduated at the top of the class, unanimously voted by the judges.She has won numerous awards at home and abroad, including the Matsukata Hall Music Award, the Sengawa Piano Audition Grand Prize and Takako Takahashi Award, and 4th place at the ClaMo International Piano Competition.In addition to holding recitals in Japan and abroad, including Paris and Tokyo, she has appeared at numerous music festivals.She has also performed with the Ribeira Rampre Symphony Orchestra, Japan Century Symphony Orchestra, Ensemble Kobe, and others.She studied piano with Bruno Ligutto, Michel d'Albert, Peter Lang, Florent Bohard, Makoto Ueno, Claudio Soares, Koji Shimoda, and Motoko Takeuchi, and chamber music with Andreas Grothuizen.She is a member of the Kobe Musicians Association.She is a vocal accompanist at Kyoto City University of Arts.