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Michi Yoshi Inoue, Japanese conductor. Recipient Asahi award, 1989, Nakagima award, 1990, French Government Ordine des Art & Litreture, 1998.

Background

Inoue, Michi Yoshi was born on December 23, 1946 in Tokyo. Son of Masayoshi and Michiko (Koga) Inoue.

Education

Student, Toho School Music, Japan.

Career

Associate conductor Tokyo Metropolitan Symphony Orchestra, 1970. Chief guest conductor New Zealand Symphony Orchestra, 1977—1982. Museum director New Japan Philharmonic Orchestra, 1984-1988, Kyoto (Japan) Symphony Orchestra, 1990-1998.

Guest conductor New Japan Philharmonic Orchestra, since 2000.

Works

  • Other Work

    • Conductor numerous television and radio museum programs for Stations Nippon Hōsō Kyōkai, NTV, Fuji-television among others in Japan, also Chicago, Australia, New Zealand, Europe.

Interests

  • Other Interests

    Motor hung glider, motorcycles, swimming, planeing.

Connections

Married Tamayo Kuroda.

father:
Masayoshi Inoue

mother:
Michiko (Koga) Inoue

spouse:
Tamayo Kuroda.