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For the J-pop singer, see Noriko Ogawa (singer). Noriko Ogawa (小川典子, Ogawa Noriko?) (born 1962) is a Japanese classical pianist. Born in Kawasaki, Ogawa studied at the Tokyo College of Music (1977–80) and the Juilliard School in New York (1981–5), and later with Benjamin Kaplan.[1] After coming second in a Japanese music competition in 1984, she gained third prize in the 1987 Leeds International Piano Competition, which launched her international performing career.[1][2] Her New York début was in 1982 and her London début in 1988.[1] Ogawa has collaborated with pianist Kathryn Stott since 2001,[3] and the pair have recorded works by Delius for BIS Records.[4] In 2003, they gave the first performance of Graham Fitkin's Circuit.[5] She also has a longstanding collaboration with clarinettist Michael Collins.[1] Ogawa appeared as an advocate for composer Tōru Takemitsu on the BBC World News classical music programme Visionaries in September 2008.[6] She teaches at the Guildhall School of Music and Drama in London.[7] References ^ a b c d Kennedy M, ed. "Ogawa, Noriko" in The Oxford Dictionary of Music, 2nd edn rev., Oxford University Press (accessed 9 December 2008) ^ Leeds International Pianoforte Competition: Previous Finalists (accessed 9 December 2008) ^ Noriko Ogawa: Pianist: Biography (accessed 9 December 2008) ^ BIS Records: Delius – Arrangements for piano 4 hands by Peter Warlock (accessed 9 December 2008) ^ Ward D. High hopes for concerto premiere. Guardian (19 March 2003) (accessed 9 December 2008) ^ BBC World News: Visionaries (accessed 9 December 2008) ^ Guildhall School of Music & Drama: Department of Keyboard Studies (accessed 10 December 2008) External links Official home page Noriko Ogawa (pianist) at Allmusic Persondata Name Ogawa, Noriko Alternative names 小川典子 (Japanese) Short description Japanese classical pianist Date of birth 1962 Place of birth Kawasaki, Kanagawa Date of death Place of death This article about a Japanese musician is a stub. You can help Wikipedia by expanding it.v · d · e This article on a classical pianist is a stub. You can help Wikipedia by expanding it.v · d · e