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ARTIST

土井範江 Norie Doi

大阪芸術大学卒業。日高好一、川下由理、田原祥一郎、井上敏典 各氏に師事。同大学内卒業演奏会出演。第19回日伊声楽コンコルソ入賞、同年、京都にて、関西日伊音楽協会主催・日伊交歓ガラコンサート出演。中国二期会主催、オペラ「カルメン」のフラスキータ役でオペラデビューを果たし、その後、「ラ・ボエーム」のミミ、ムゼッタ、「カルメン」のミカエラ、「愛の妙薬」のアディーナ、「こうもり」のアデーレ、「魔笛」のパパゲーナ、「海にのりゆく者たち」のキャスリン、「あまんじゃくとうりこひめ」のあまんじゃく等、多数出演、及び客演。1989,1998,2003(実母の日舞と共演),2004,2007,2009、2010年リサイタル開催。ベートーヴェン作曲交響曲「第九」ソリストやジャンルを超えて色々な楽器と共演するかたわら、民話オペラの演出や音楽物語の朗読、地元合唱団の指導など活動の場を広げている。現在、レディースコーラス虹、混声合唱団コア・オルタンシア、CHORUS慈音の指導及び指揮、駅家西・西・福相・有磨・野々浜・津之郷の各小学校合唱特別講師、ムジカ・アヴァンティ代表、中国二期会理事。

 

Norie Doi graduated from the Osaka University of Arts and studied under Koichi Hidaka, Yuri Kawashita, Shoichiro Tahara, and Toshinori Inoue. She performed in the Osaka University of Arts Graduates’ Performance, and she won the 19th Nichii Seigaku Concorso [Japan-Italy Vocal Music Competition]. The same year, she appeared in the Japan-Italy Exchange Gala Concert in Kyoto hosted by Kansai Nichii Ongaku Kyokai [Japan-Italy Music Association]. After making her opera debut as Frasquita in a production of Carmen hosted by the Chugoku Nikikai Opera Foundation, she has appeared in many roles and has made guest appearances in many performances, including: La Bohème (roles: Mimi, Musette), Carmen (Micaëla), L’elisir d’amore (Adina), Die Fledermaus (Adele), The Magic Flute (Papagena), Riders to the Sea (Cathleen), and Amanjaku and Urikohime (Amanjaku).
Ms. Doi held recitals in 1989, 1998, 2003 (which included a Japanese dance performed by her mother), 2004, 2007, 2009, and 2010. In addition to performing Beethoven’s “Symphony No. 9” as a soloist and with various instruments that go beyond the musical genre, she is also involved in activities including appearing in folk operas, reading of musical stories, and instructing local choirs.
Currently, she is involved in the following: ladies’ chorus “Niji”; mixed choir “Koa Orutanshia”; chorus “Jion” (instructor and conductor); special choir instructor at the following elementary schools in Fukuyama: Ekiya Nishi, Nishi, Fukuso, Arima, Nonohama, Tsunogo; Musica Avanti (representative); and Chugoku Nikikai Opera Foundation (director).