Being the first Japanese to win the gold medal at the 13th Van Cliburn international piano contest held in Texas, the U.S. in 2009, Nobuyuki Tsujii is also the first blind pianist to win at the renowned competition with a 47-year history. In the country of peach blossom, Nobuyuki Tsujii is considered as “the embodiment of God’s miracle”, who has brought glory to the country. With an inborn talent and continuous practice, this artist, who was born in 1988, fascinates the audience with emotive and polished performances. At the age of 25, Nobuyuki Tsujii has acquired a huge collection of awards such as the golden prize at the PTNA piano competition when he was 11, a solo prize at the Hall Suntory contest and Kobe Music Festival, a Critics’ prize at the 15th Frederik Chopin Piano international competition. He has also performed at big stages, including solos, as well as co-performed with a number of symphony orchestras in the U.S., Germany, Sweden and the U.K. etc.