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 Yuri Inoshita is a pianist currently on her postgraduate studies at Trinity Laban Conservatoire, with kind supports by the Peter Harris Charitable Trust, majoring in Piano Performance under the tuition of Martino Tirimo.


 Born in Barcelona, raised in Paris and Tokyo, Yuri started her musical training at the age of 5 and received piano, solfège and choir lessons at the Conservatoire de Saint-Germain en Laye. After graduating from Toho Gakuen High School of Music, she completed her bachelor in Intercultural Communication at Hosei University in Tokyo, besides her musical studies at Toho Gakuen College of Music. 

 As a soloist, Yuri started performing in public at the age of 11. She received the Special Jury Award in Japan Junior Classical Music Competition when she was 13. In 2016, she gave a successful performance on clavichord with Yukiko Inoue (contemporary dance) in Matsumoto Memorial Hall as a part of the "Baroque Festival". She participated in Hamburg International Akademie in 2019 and had the honour of performing in the final concert. In 2022, she gave her first solo recital in Tokyo Shiodome Hall. She has participated in masterclasses taken by the great pianists such as Dmitri Alexeev, Andreas Stier, Jérome Granjon, Pascal Rogé, etc. Since June 2023, she is a member of the Friends of the Royal London Hospital. 


 As well as her solo performances, she is strongly interested in collaborative works and was awarded the David Gosling Prize for Piano Accompaniment in the academic year 2022/23. Since October 2023, she works with Samyuktha Rajagopal (Violin) and Sophie Ehling (Cello) as “Meissa Trio” and has won the First Prize in the Chamber Music Category of the World’s Best Musicians Competition.

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