Sayuri Nagoya – fortepiano Sayuri Nagoya is a keyboard player who focuses on period instruments: clavichord, harpsichord and pianoforte. She studied modern piano with Minoru Nojima at the Toho Gakuen Graduate School of Music where she also started studying harpsichord. In 2011, she started her pianoforte study at the Koninklijk Conservatorium Brussels with a scholarship from the government of Belgium. In 2014, she obtained her Master diploma on pianoforte with great distinction. She is studying harpsichord at the same school since 2015. From 2016, She started her music activities as participated in the Festival resonances in Belgium and the Wunderkammer Festival in Italy, also performed some recitals at the Accademia Filarmonica Romana and the Accademia Bartolomeo Cristfori as pianofortist and harpchordist. She got prizes at the International Geelvinck Fortepiano Concours and the Square Piano Award in 2014, and at the harpsichord competition “Wedstrijd Vlaamse Klavecimbeldag” in 2019. Moreover, she is the winner of the Rome Fortepiano International Competition ‘Muzio Clementi Prize’ 2015, and the She is going to release her first CD with the works by Anton Eberl by Brilliant Classics.