Biography in English to be found at the bottom of this page⇩




指揮者としても活動し、2013年にロンドンでナイツブリッジ管弦楽団を創設。2016年には日本・アンゴラ外交関係樹立40周年記念事業として、カメラータ・ルアンダ初の日本ツアーを成功に導いた。また「名曲アルバム」「クラシック倶楽部」「NEWS ZERO」「恋するクラシック」などにも多数出演し、近年は国際コンクールでの審査員、作曲、文筆活動も行う。






〒150-8905 東京都渋谷区渋谷2-1-6


TEL:03-3499-8090  FAX:03-3499-8092 


Yuki Ito (Cellist / Conductor)

Yuki Ito has been enjoying an international career since winning 1st prize at both the International Brahms Competition in Austria and the UK’s most prestigious Windsor Festival International String Competition.

He has appeared as soloist with major orchestras including the Philharmonia Orchestra, Klagenfurt Symphony, Seiji Ozawa / Ozawa Festival Ensemble, Ken-Ichiro Kobayashi / Yomiuri Nippon Symphony, Tokyo Symphony and Osaka Philharmonic Orchestras, as well as working with great artists such as Vladimir Ashkenazy and Julian Lloyd Webber. His recital venues around the globe have included London’s Wigmore Hall, Royal Festival Hall, Windsor Castle, Théâtre Marigny in Paris, Theatre of Marcellus in Rome, Schloss Mirabell in Salzburg and Tokyo Metropolitan Theatre.

He is widely known as specialist of Rachmaninoff’s works, as well as introducing British Cello Music to the Japanese audiences, for which he was awarded the Hideo Saito Memorial Award in 2019, one of the most honourable music awards in Japan.

Having been active also as conductor, he founded the Knightsbridge Orchestra in London in 2013 and, in 2016, he led the initial Japan Tour of Angola’s Camerata Luanda to success, commemorating the 40th anniversary of Japan/Angola bilateral relations.

He plays a Goffriller Cello made in 1734.


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