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Orchestra Ensemble Kanazawa オーケストラ・アンサンブル金沢 Also known as OEK Origin Kanazawa, Ishikawa, Japan Genres Classical Occupations Chamber Orchestra Years active 1988-present Website Official Japanese Site Official English Site Members Music Director Michiyoshi Inoue Principal Guest Condactor Dmitrij Kitajenko Past members Honorary Music director Hiroyuki Iwaki The Orchestra Ensemble Kanazawa (オーケストラ・アンサンブル金沢, Ōkesutora Ansanburu Kanazawa?) is a professional chamber orchestra, founded in 1988, based in Kanazawa, Ishikawa, Japan, and is a full member of Association of Japanese Symphony Orchestras. The Orchestra's home is Ishikawa Ongakudo (Ishikawa Music Hall). Since 2007, its music director is Michiyoshi Inoue. Contents 1 Activities 2 Music Director 3 Composer In Residence 4 References 5 External links // Activities The orchestra performs more than 100 concerts every year. In 2008, it performed 128 concerts including 7 overseas concerts, making it 11th largest Japanese orchestra in terms of concert revenue.[1] On January, 7, 2010, the Orchestra's home Ishikawa Music Hall received Internal Minister's Prize from Japan Foundation for Regional Art Activities for the collaboration with the Orchestra to promote art in the region.[2] In 2005, the Orchestra's CD of Mozart piano concerto featuring pianist Yoko Kikuchi received Music Pen Club Award.[3] In 1995, the Orchestra received the Grand Prize of Idemitsu Music Prize for 1994.[4] In 1995, the Orchestra's CD "21世紀へのメッセージ vol. 2" (Message for 21st Century vol. 2) received Japan Record Academy Award.[5] In 1994, the Orchestra's CD "21世紀へのメッセージ" (Message for 21st Century) published by Polydor Kabushiki Kaisha received Artistic Work Award from Agency for Cultural Affairs of Japan.[6] In 1992, the Orchestra's CD "合奏協奏曲第1番(シュニトケ)、カルメン組曲(ビゼー)" (Concerto grosso No.1 by Schnittke and Carmen by Bizet) received Japan Record Academy Award.[7] Music Director Hiroyuki Iwaki (1988-2006) Michiyoshi Inoue (2007-present) Composer In Residence Toshi Ichiyanagi (1988 - 1991) Maki Ishii (1988 - 1991) Yūzō Toyama (1991 - 1992) Akira Nishimura (1992 - 1993) Joji Yuasa (1993 - 1995) Tōru Takemitsu (1995 - 1996) Toshiro Mayuzumi (1996 - 1997) Shin-ichiro Ikebe (1997 - 1998) Keiko Fujiie (1998 - 1999) Hikaru Hayashi (1999 - 2000) Tetsuji Emura (2000 - 2001) Teizo Matsumura (2001 - 2002) Akira Miyoshi (2002 - 2003) Toshirō Saruya (2003 - 2004) Atsuhiko Gondai (2004 - 2005) Lera Auerbach (2004 - 2005) Michio Mamiya (2005 - 2006) Tokuhide Niimi (2006 - 2007) Toshi Ichiyanagi (2007 - 2008) Shigeaki Saegusa (2008 - 2009) Roger Boutry (2009 - 2010) Takashi Kako (2010 -) References ^ (Japanese)Fact sheet 2008 Association of Japanese Symphony Orchestras ^ (Japanese)Awarding of Internal Minister's Prize Japan Foundation for Regional Art Activities, January, 7, 2010 ^ (Japanese)Music Pen Club Award ^ (Japanese)Idemitsu Music Prize ^ (Japanese)Japan Record Academy Awards 1995 ^ (Japanese)Agency for cultural Affairs, Awards ^ (Japanese)Japan Record Academy Awards 1992 External links Official OEK website (Japanese) Official OEK website This article on a Japanese band or other musical ensemble is a stub. You can help Wikipedia by expanding it.v · d · e