Hitoshi was my brother in law and his wife's cellist (September '12) at the Ritz-Carlton in Dana Point, as well as for mine and my wife (December '12) at the Balboa Bay Club and Resort. He was on time for both events, and played beautifully for both of our weddings. My wife had made some requests for specific songs, and he accommodated and played them wonderfully. We were very pleased and happy to have him as a part of our weddings. Having Hitoshi as our cellist was romantic and classy for our ceremony and cocktail hour. He is VERY reasonably priced for the quality of work he puts out. You won't regret it!!!
Hitoshi Suzuki is a versatile musician, having studied the cello with Václav Adamíra in Japan and Daniel Veis in the Czech Republic, as well as having studied the piano with Masako Nakajima, Betty Woo, Vitaly Margulis and Kanae Matsumoto—ultimately receiving his bachelor's and master's degrees in piano performance from the San Francisco Conservatory of Music. He was selected as one of the judges for the 2012 Valeria Fenzi Scholarship Awards for young harpists, and is an active member of the American String Teachers Association. As a composer, he published a collection of original compositions called "Snow Magic," written for his cello and piano students, and produced its album CD in 2013. Hitoshi received the Rising Star Award for his composition "On A Snowy Path" at 33rd Oikawa music auditions. A devoted teacher, Hitoshi's passion for music and wide knowledge of the arts make him a highly sought-after instructor in Orange County, California
Cello Solo, Piano Solo, Cello&Piano Duo, Cello&Flute Duo, Cello&Violin Duo, Cello&Harp Duo, String/Piano Trio