Tamamo Ange Saito
-Received KMF Best String Player Award at the age of 14 (youngest)
-Won a prize at the ART AND EDUCATION IN THE XXI-ST CENTURY International Competition in Denmark
- Won the Starlight Award
- Won a prize at the Future Maestro Audition
- Made recital debut at "International Solisten Concert" held in Leipzig, Germany, and gained plaudits
for the performance of Chaconne by Bach-Archiv Leipzig.
- Invited to Festival 2005 with an ardent request by Mr. Jurgen Wolf, Current Nicolai Kantor (successor of Bach)
- Invited to Amsterdam International Music Festival 2004, Holland, and held a recital on December 4th
- In January 2005, chosen as a soloist by the orchestra in Austria/Slovakia for their tour, and the performance was very well received.
- Scheduled to hold recitals in various locations throughout Germany in 2005-2006 In Germany:
Chosen to be a soloist for the nationwide tour in Germany of Bonn Philharmonic Orchestra (conductor: Heribert Beissel), and made a concerto debut at major auditoriums in various locations including Hamburg Musikhalle, Stuttgart Liederhalle, Nuernberg Meistersingerhalle, Badneuenahr Konzerthalle, Bonn Beethovenhalle, Hannover Landesfunkhaus Niedersachsen etc. Also scheduled to perform a Tchaikovsky concerto at the regular concert of Czech National Philharmonic Orchestra as a soloist, as well as to play with the Bratislava Radio Symphony Orchestra. So far, recitals have been held with such reputable performers as Adam Alexander, Erno Feher, Evelina Vorontsova, Kenji Watanabe, and Takashi Sato, in various countries in Europe including France, Romania, and Denmark, as well as in Japan. Tamamo Ange Saito has already been a flourishing artist on a global basis, and has formed a group called "Concert for Someone" in order to pursue a sincere musical performance "for someone".