北口大輔 Daisuke KITAGUCHI
– CELLO BOW, CUNIOT HAUSSET GRAND ADAM model
“I was surprised at the first impression of this bow.
The bow has a wide expressiveness and generous tone.
When I play it, I feel like playing an old great French maker’s bow!
The more using, the more its beautiful stick is getting closer to an genuine old master’s bow.
Thank you for the best encounter with this bow.”
Graduated from Tokyo University of the Arts, and completed the master’s degree program at the same school.
Daisuke Kitaguchi has been highly acclaimed as a solo cellist and chamber music player.
He collaborated with many orchestras, and also he plays solo recitals with various repertoire.
Especially, in the unaccompanied performance of the cello, he is exploring new style performance by his original arrangement and composition.
He got a lot of reputation with his innovative efforts such as the Goldberg Variations (J.S.Bach) in unaccompanied cello playing.
Daisuke Kitaguchi has received numerous awards such as the Azeria Recommended New Face Award, Osaka Performing Arts Encouragement New Face Award(2000), Osaka Cultural Festival Award Encouragement Award(2019), and the Art Encouragement Award of Hyogo Prefecture(2020).
He has been a cellist of the Tokyo Metropolitan Symphony Orchestra, the principal cellist and the guest principal cellist of the Kyushu Symphony Orchestra. Recently he is the principal cellist of the Japan Century Symphony Orchestra and a appointed associate professor at Osaka College of Music.