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by composer David Maslanka in celebration of his deep influences on our music.Misa Mead Misa Mead was born in the city of Kumamoto, in the south west of Japan. At both high school and university she was a scholarship student.Since July 2013, Misa moved to the UK, and performed many concerts in more than twenty countries.She married with famous British euphonium artist Steven Mead in March 2014, and changed her name from Misa Akahoshi to Misa Mead.As a soloist he has played with most of the leading military bands in the world including Band of the Garde Republicaine (Paris, France) The Central Band of the RAF (London, UK), the Italian Police Band (Rome, Italy), the Dutch Marine Band (Rotterdam, Netherlands) and the US Army Band (Washington DC, USA).He won first prizes at the National Brass Band Championships in London’s Royal Albert Hall on four occasions, as well as the Euphonium Player of the Year on two occasions and the best soloist in the BBC TV series Best of Brass on two occasions.He is the owner of a music label, Bocchino Music which produces and distributes his albums.
As a soloist his career as a professional solo performer continues to break new ground.
Misa graduated with Honors at the Conservatoire à Rayonnement Régional de Paris in 2012.
Misa appeared as a guest artist in March 2013 at Tubamania Festivals in Thailand and May 2013 at the South West Region Tuba Euphonium Conference (SWRTEC) in California, USA, performing her own compositions.
Misa won the unanimous Gold Medal at the European Solo Competition for Young Soloists in Luxembourg 2011, as well winning the first prize at the 4th All-Japan Junior High and Senior High School Students Wind Instruments Solo Contest, 2000, and the 25th All Kyushu Music Competition Gold Award 2001.
At the highly prestigious Jeju International Wind and Percussion Solo Competition 20, South Korea, she won third prize.
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