藤本淳也 JUNYA FUJIMOTO
室内楽では、Ensemble Interactive TOKIOと共に、韓国で行われたThe 6th Arts Festival Dimension 2008に参加。さらに同団体と共にスロヴェニア、クロアチア公演を行い、武満徹「カトレーンII」ほか、韓国、スロヴェニア作曲家の作品を指揮（2010年10月）。
While he was a student at Tokyo University of the Arts, Mr. Fujimoto served as a guest performer in various orchestra and choir concerts througout Tokyo. Additionally, he has served as conductor for the Gunma Symphony Orchestra, the Tokyo Philharmonic Orchestra, and the Osaka Century Orchestra.As for international experience, Mr. Fujimoto was dispatched to Cebu City, Phillipines in September 2009 by the Japan Foundation to serve as a cultural exchange specialist. While in the Phillipines, he conducted both the Cebu Youth Symphony Orchestra (CYSO) and the Junior Symphony Orchestra, helping them to perform a memorial concert.Mr. Fujimoto maintains involvement in a number of activities, both in Tokyo and elsewhere. In particular, he continues to make regular guest appearances with various ensembles in Nagano Prefecture, including Shinshu University Symphony Orchestra, Nagano Philharmonic Orchestra, Nagano City Symphony Orchestra, Nagano Philharmonic Society, Canorata Orchestra, Saku City Chamber Orchestra, Shionkai Orchestra, and NOVA Ensemble Orchestra.
As for opera, during his time as a student, Mr. Fujimoto worked as an assistant to the late Mr. Kohtaro Satoh, participating in the Children's Performing Arts Theater Program and Children's Arts Festival, both of which are run by the Agency for Cultural Affairs. In addition, he has served as vice-conductor for Tokyo Nikikai Opera Foundation, Japan Opera Foundation, Nissei Theater, Tokyo Chamber Opera Theater, IFAC, and Fujisawa City Opera. He has also worked as a choir conductor, assisting a number of maestros.Most notably, Mr. Fujimoto held a lengthy position as assistant to the late Mr. Hiroshi Wakasugi at the Tokyo Chamber Opera House. It was in witnessing Mr. Wakasugi's wide-ranging and prolific productions firsthand that Mr. Fujimoto received his extensive training in the art of opera. Furthermore, Mr. Fujimoto worked as an assistant to conductor Kazushi Ohno in the production of the Tokyo Philharmonic Opera Concertante Series, which included performances of Benjamin Britten's "Peter Grimes," Verdi's "Don Carlos" and "Masquerade," and Leos Janacek's "Jenufa," among others.Mr. Fujimoto is also known for conducting a series of Italian operas under the title "Lirica Italiana Opera," which was produced by Mr. Hiroyuki Kawahara. The series was highlighted by productions of Rosselini's "Language of the Flowers," Puccini's "La Boheme," as well as the lesser known version of "La Boheme," written by Ruggero Leoncavallo. In addition to Italian operas, Mr. Fujimoto has also conducted Mozart's "The Impresario," and "Bastien and Bastienne."
Until recently, Mr. Fujimoto worked as a choir teacher and conductor at the Tokyo Nikikai Opera Foundation. He also previously taught and conducted music appreciation classes for students of the Tokyo Philharmonic Chorus, as well as other institutions within the Tokyo area.
As for chamber music, Mr. Fujimoto accompanied Ensemble Interactive TOKIO as they participated in The 6th Arts Festival Dimension in Korea in 2008. In October 2010, Mr. Fujimoto accompanied the same group to Slovenia and Croatia, where they performed renditions of composer Takemitsu Toru's "Quatrain II," as well as pieces by Korean and Slovenian composers.
Mr. Fujimoto is widely engaged in orchestra, opera, and chorus performances in various locations and his elegant and dramatic musical expressions have garnered a deep and lasting trust among members of the orchestra community.
Mr. Fujimoto currently resides in Kawagoe, Saitama.