Hiroko Inoue

Hiroko Inoue

Hiroko Inoue was born in Osaka. She studied in Kyoto University of Arts and Design, then she graduated with honest from the Moscow State Conservatory. Her teachers were professor N. Shtarkman (piano class) and professor A. Parshin (organ class). She graduated from the postgraduate training there as an organ player and as a pianist. Hiroko Inoue also graduated from the Prince Claus Conservatory (Holland), where she studied as a player on historical musical instruments. Her teacher was professor T. Yellum.

Hiroko Inoue is a fellow of The Ministry of Culture in Japan, the prizewinner of international competitions such as The Third Marina Yudina International Competition (1 prize as a pianist, 2003, St. Petersburg), the winner of 3 special prizes of The Fourth M. Tariverdiev International Competition ( as an organist, Kaliningrad, 2005), the prizewinner of “The Peter The Grate Festival” (prize “for outstanding musicality”, Holland, 2006).

From 2006 till present Hiroko Inoue is a solo-organist at Kaliningrad Gegional Philarmonic. She often performs in Moscow, other Russian cities and abroad.

As an organist, who performs often, she learned some fundamental solo concerts

(The concerts where Hiroko performs only I.S. Bach’s pieces or only organ music of France and others). She orderly takes part in “Organ plus…” project.

Iroko Inoue constantly cooperates with a lot of difference orchestras in Russia.