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Akiko Sugitani's lecture was held.

On Saturday, May 26, a lecture by Akiko Sugitani, an international pianist, was held at the Kyoto Station Satellite Hall of the Kyoto Institute of Information Graduate University.Originally, a piano concert by Mr. Sugitani was scheduled for this day, but it was hurriedly changed to a lecture because Mr. Sugitani injured his arm due to intense practice.

Mr. Sugitani is from Wakayama City.She spoke for an hour about her experiences in the air raids of the Pacific War, her first encounter with the piano, her acceptance to the Tokyo National University of Fine Arts and Music, her study in Germany, the home of classical music, her debut, and her subsequent activities.He played the themes of various pieces of music, mainly Beethoven, who is most respected for his occasionally uninjured left hand, and explained them.

On this day, there were students of KCGI and KCG as well as members of the public, who listened to Mr. Sugitani's talk with great interest.During the question period after the lecture, many questions were asked, such as "How can I keep my motivation when mastering difficult pieces?", and Mr. Sugitani answered them carefully.

A participant observing with solar eclipse glasses
Akiko Sugitani giving a lecture

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