The works of Dai Fujikura are represented in North America by Boosey & Hawkes, New York. His primary publisher is Ricordi Munich, part of Universal Music Publishing Group. For more information please contact:
Silke Hilger, PhD International Promotion Director, Classical Universal Music Publishing 2100 Colorado Boulevard Santa Monica, CA 90404 office +1 310 235 4947 cell +1 310 808 5379 fax +1 310 235 4909 email@example.com
* Young composer quickly gaining international recognition. * Born in Osaka, Japan, studied in the U.K. from the age of 15, resides there still * Has won numerous prestigious competitions, including Germany’s highly sought-after Paul Hindemith Prize * Highlight of 2005: world premiere of Stream State conducted by Pierre Boulez * Commissioned by Ensemble Modern, Ensemble Intercontemporain, ASKO, and the Tokyo Philharmonic Orchestra, among others.
Works by Dai Fujikura include: Fifth Station (2004) for ensemble Crushing Twister (2006) for orchestra Tocar y Luchar (2010) for orchestra (WP conducted by Gustavo Dudamel and the Simon Bolivar Youth Orchestra)
“Dai Fujikura was selected for a commission by the Lucerne Academy and has lived up to all my expectations. I am sure he has a brilliant future as a composer in front of him.” –Pierre Boulez