Naomi Matsui studied organ at Kunitachi College of Music. After finishing the
master course, she continued her studies at Freiburg University of Music (Germany),
where she also acquired a university degree. While still being a student she
won several prizes at major competitions in Japan and overseas. After returning
to Japan, she has been continuously researching on new possibilities of organ
music, and has made a lot of solo recitals as well as performances with renowned
Japanese and foreign orchestras, furthermore FM recordings and appearances on
radio and TV. Her wide variety of activities, which are spanning Asia and Europe,
include appearances in the “program celebrating 400 years Japan-Netherlands Relations”
(2000) and the “Japan Year in the UK” (2001). In autumn 2001 she was sent to
the Netherlands as a participant of the “Japanese Government Study Program for
Promising Artists“.
A large number of her CDs have been released amongst others by Sony Records.
Since 1993 Naomi Matsui is being appointed as musical advisor of Tokorozawa Cultural
Center and since 2004 is holding the same position at Muza Kawasaki Symphony
Hall, where she is responsible for the organ concert programming as well as educational
activities in order to introduce the organ to a wider public.
She moreover is working as an organist at Koganei Church. Naomi Matsui is a member
of the Japan Organist Association and the Japan Organ Society...



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