Biography

Tomoe  Badiarova

debuted as a soloist with Hibiki Chamber Orchestra conducted by Masahiro Arita in 2007. She performed as a member of Tokyo Bach Mozart Orchestra (Masahiro Arita), Les Boreades (Ryo Terakado), Bach Collegium Japan (Masaaki Suzuki), Orchestra Libera Classica (Hidemi Suzuki), La Petite Bande (Sigiswald Kuijken), Il Gardellino (Marcel Ponseele), Harmonie Universelle (Florian Deuter), Bremer Barock Orchester, New Dutch Academy (Simon Murphy) and Los Temperamentos among others.

In November 2014 she performed Médée, Cherubini opera, as a concertmaster with Opera2Day in The Netherlands.
She regularly performs early romantic repertoire with Den Haag Piano Quintet which was the winner of 16th Van Wassenaer International Competition. She is also invited as a soloist to the Bremer Barock Orchester for 2015 concert series.

She attended several recordings of Tokyo Bach Mozart Orchestra, Il Gardellino, Ensemble Odyssee, Cordevento, Apollo Ensemble, Los Temperametos and Les Esprits Animaux.
She is a founding member of a baroque ensemble Les Esprits Animaux with which she performed in the Netherlands, Belgium, France, Spain, Portugal, Germany, Italy, Japan and Lithuania at major festivals such as Ambronay Festival, MA Festival Bruges, Ghent Festival, Vilnius Banchetto Musical Festival, broadcasted on BBC, Radio France, Musiq3, LRT, France Musique, Concertzender Nederland and others. Won the 1st prize of International van Wassenaer Competition 2016 in Netherlands with Press Jury Prize, Youth Jury Prize and Early Music Season Prize.

Her professors were Takayoshi Wanami and Ryo Terakado at Toho University of Music in Tokyo and The Hague Conservators.

She plays on violins made specially for her by Dmitry Badiarov.

 

le violon subtil et nerveux de la jeune japonaise Tomoe Mihara — Adrien De Vries, Classiquenews