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Natsuki Fukasawa


Steinway Artist Natsuki Fukasawa's has performed in Australia, Brazil, China, Denmark, England, Hong Kong, Israel, Italy, Japan, Mexico, Norway, Sweden, Switzerland, and throughout the U.S. She is a recipient of the Best Chamber Music Recording of the Year from the Danish Music Awards.

Ms. Fukasawa’s performance highlights include a tour of Italy performing Gershwin's Concerto in F as well as performances of more than half a dozen piano concerti in Califonria. She is the pianist for the soundtrack of recently released film We Had to Go – Remembering Internment, and another half a dozen compact discs. Most recently, Ms. Fukasawa collaborated in the album titled Song of the Redwood-Tree released from MSR Classics and released a video recording of Invisibles for solo piano, composed by Miguel del Águila.


Ms. Fukasawa teaches at both University of the Pacific Conservatory of Music, University of California Davis, and a frequent master class teacher in Northern California. She also enjoys nurturing young talents in her own private studio, where her students’ accomplishments include appearances in the NPR show From the Top, winning top prizes in Chopin National Competition, MTAC Young Artist Guild, Philadelphia International Competition, and go on to pursue music in college.

Ms. Fukasawa’s teachers include Tim Fredericksen in Denmark and Ferenc Rados in Hungary. She has received degrees from the Juilliard School and the University of Maryland and Prague Academy of Music as a Fulbright Scholar.

Besides music, Ms. Fukasawa enjoys research on alternative health, hiking, tapping and playing with her two kitties.

Natsuki Fukasawa

Photo: Nikki Ritcher Photography

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