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Background Information

Employment History

Teacher

Reed College

Education

Master's Degree

Piano Performance and Conducting

Indiana University

Bachelor

Piano Performance and Conducting

Indiana University

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Mika Sunago , a native of ...

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Mika Sunago , a native of São Paulo, Brazil, moved to the USA in 1987, completing her Bachelor and Master's Degree in Piano Performance and Conducting at Indiana University. She has performed worldwide with broadcasts on many TV and radio programs. Locally, she teaches at Reed College and has been soloist with the Columbia Symphony and performed with Third Angle Ensemble, Fear No Music and Oregon Symphony's Nerve Endings and Tango Pacifico. Mika has two CDs released: "Between the Tropics" (collection of solo Latin American Piano Music) and "Café 1930" (Piazzolla Tangos). (4/03)


Bios-"S", Miracle Theatre Group

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Mika Sunago, a native of São Paulo, Brazil, moved to the USA in 1987, completing her Bachelor and Master's Degree in Piano Performance and Conducting at Indiana University.She has performed worldwide with broadcasts on many TV and radio programs.Locally, she teaches at Reed College and has been soloist with the Columbia Symphony and performed with Third Angle Ensemble, Fear No Music and Oregon Symphony's Nerve Endings and Tango Pacifico.Mika has two CDs released: "Between the Tropics" (collection of solo Latin American Piano Music) and "Café 1930" (Piazzolla Tangos). (4/03)


Mika Sunago | Biographies | Fear No Music

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Mika Sunago

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Mika Sunago
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Mika Sunago , a native of São Paulo - Brazil, has performed and placed in several national and international competitions throughout Brazil, USA and Japan.Mika completed her Bachelor and Master's Degrees in Piano Performance and Conducting at Indiana University.At Indiana University, Mika received lessons and participated in master classes by Menahem Pressler, Gyorgy Sebok, Leonard Hokanson, and Michel Block to name a few.
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Mika has accumulated vast experience in solo and chamber music.She has played for renowned masters such as Josef Gingold, Franco Gulli and Janos Starker.During the years when Mika lived in New York City, she was a collaborate pianist for performers such as Leila Josefowicz, Hannah Chang and Christine Walewska.She was also an accompanist for many opera singers from the Metropolitan Opera House.Her performances and interviews of Latin American music have been broadcast in radio and TV programs in the USA (NPR), Japan (NHK & ABC), Austria (ORF), Argentina (Solo Tango & RAE) and Brazil (FM Cultura/TV Cultura).Mika has performed chamber music and solo concerts throughout Brazil, Argentina, Japan, and USA, including Puerto Rico.
Mika now lives in Portland, Oregon.She taught at Reed College for many years and has been soloist with the Columbia Symphony.She frequently performs with Third Angle Ensemble, Fear No Music, Oregon Symphony's Nerve Endings and Tango Pacifico.In addition to engagements with several groups every year, Mika has collaborated in recordings of many CDs and TV programs of contemporary musicians (Steve Reich, Lou Harrison).
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Mika has two CDs released: "Between the Tropics" (collection of solo Latin American Piano Music) and "Café 1930" (Piazzolla Tangos) which were featured in several music magazines and newspapers in Asia and South America.
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As a Brazilian living in the USA, Mika's has had a special interest in introducing Latin classical music to American audiences.Her efforts have been very rewarding and well accepted.
An eclectic artist, Mika also has been a member of the "Phantom of the Opera" touring production, performing as a keyboard player.Besides her performances, Mika is frequently asked to guide master classes organized by Oregon Music Teachers Association.
Mika is also currently finishing a Baccalaureate in Nursing at Good Sam Linfield School of Nursing.


Oregon Symphony News: Chamber Music on Tap Uncorks Its Seventh Season

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The members of Tango Pacifico are Assistant Concertmaster Erin Furbee, violin; Symphony member Matthew Faust, violin/viola; Symphony member Jeff Johnson , bass; Alex Krebs, bandoneón/dancer; Joe Powers , harmonica/voice; Mika Sunago, piano; and Carrie Whipple , dancer.

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Mika Sunago
Mika Sunago, a native of São Paulo - Brazil, has performed and placed in several national and international competitions. Sunago moved to the United States in 1987, where she completed her Bachelor and Master's Degree in Piano Performance and Conducting at Indiana University, receiving a prestigious "Performance Certificate" from that institution. Mika has accumulated vast experience in solo and chamber music. She has played for masters such as Josef Gingold, Franco Gulli and Janos Starker as well as a collaborate pianist for performers such as Leila Josefowicz, Hannah Chang and Christine Walewska. Her performances of Latin American music have been broadcast in radio and TV programs in the US (NPR), Japan (NHK & ABC), Austria (ORF), Argentina (Solo Tango & RAE) and Brazil (FM Cultura/TV Cultura).
Mika has performed chamber music and solo concerts throughout Brazil, Argentina, Japan and the United States, including Puerto Rico. Locally, she teaches at Reed College and has been soloist with the Columbia Symphony and performed with Third Angle Ensemble, Fear No Music, the Oregon Symphony, Portland Chamber Orchestra and Tango Pacifico. Mika has two CDs released: "Between the Tropics" (collection of solo Latin American Piano Music) and "Café 1930" (Piazzolla Tangos) which were featured in several music magazines and newspapers in Asia and South America.

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