Pianist Shiho Takeda performed in wide range of occasions. She performed Beethoven Choral Fantasy with Tucson masterwork chorale and orchestra as soloist, Carnival of the Animals by Camille Saint-Saëns with Southern Arizona Symphony Orchestra as soloist, played Schumann piano concerto with Pima Community College Orchestra, had many piano duet concerts in Tucson, Phoenix and Green Valley and performed chamber music with cellist, violinist and harpist and more. Also she has accompanied University’s Choir and worked as temporary pianist at Tucson Girls Chorus and several local churches. Recently she appeared in “Morning Blend” (KGUN 9, Tucson) and was interviewed by Japanese hcjb global radio.

 

Shiho started taking piano lessons at the age of 2.  At college, she won second place at President’s concerto competition playing piano concerto by Ravel.

 

Other than being pianist, she is a dancer and artist. Also she has B.S. degree in Math (with minor in physics) from University

Shiho is currently perusing Master of Music in Collaborative piano at University of Arizona. Other than being pianist, she is a dancer and has interest creating a performance involving dance and music.


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