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The Lunch Series: Dr. Jasmin Arakawa
The Lunch Series: Dr. Jasmin Arakawa

Tue, Feb 13


First Presbyterian Church

The Lunch Series: Dr. Jasmin Arakawa

Join us for the February Lunch Series. We will host 25-minute concerts with guest musicians followed by lunch.

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Time & Location

Feb 13, 2024, 12:15 PM – 1:10 PM

First Presbyterian Church, 300 SW 2nd Ave, Gainesville, FL 32601, USA

About the event

Hailed by Gramophone for her ‘characterful sparkle’, Jasmin Arakawa has performed widely in North America, Central and South America, Europe, China and Japan. A prizewinner of the Jean Françaix International Music Competition, she has been heard at Carnegie Hall, Salle Gaveau in Paris and Victoria Hall in Geneva, as well as in broadcasts of the ABC Australia, BBC, CBC, PBS, and Radio France.In 2016, Arakawa released her debut solo album Klavierabend  on MSR Classics to critical acclaim, praised by American Record Guide for her ‘rich lyricism’ and ‘supreme clarity’.

Jasmin Arakawa is a graduate of Tokyo University of the Arts. She holds Doctor of Music and Master of Music degrees in Piano Performance from Indiana University Jacobs School of Music, where she studied with Emile Naoumoff, the last protégé of Nadia Boulanger. A recipient of the 2016 Steinway Top Teacher Award, Arakawa has given master classes at China Conservatory of Music in Beijing, Conservatorio Nacional de Música in Peru, Instituto Baccarelli in Brazil, and numerous universities in North America and Europe. A sought-after adjudicator, Arakawa has served on the juries of international and national competitions, including the International Chopin Piano Competition for Latin American Pianists (Peru), New Orleans Piano Institute Competition (USA) and Beethoven International Piano Competition ASIA (Japan). Jasmin Arakawa is Associate Professor of Piano and Piano Area Coordinator at the University of Florida, UF Research Foundation Professor (2023-2025), and Director of the UF International Piano Festival

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