The piano duet formed by Mario Molina and Nanako Uchi, was born in 2013 driven by the celebration of the 400th anniversary of relations between Spain and Japan at the Spanish Embassy in Tokyo. Since then, they continue their concert activity both nationally and internationally (Germany, Italy, Sweden, Holland and Japan). In their concerts, they present a carefully selected repertoire, in a way that it is achieved a special meaning and a brilliant link between all musical works that are part of the program. Throughout the show there are performed various projects and tributes to famous people related to art, such as the composer Enrique Granados, the painter Vincent Van Gogh, the Archduke Louis Salvador, etc.
She maintains an intense concerts work with ´Molina & Uchi Piano Duet´ and ´Trio Passione´ in Spain and Japan mainly. Since her arrival to Madrid in 2018, she combines her concert schedule with her position as piano acompanist at the Conservatorio Superior de Música de Castilla y León. She was born in Yokohama (Japan) in 1989 and began playing the piano at the age of 5. She obtained the Superior Piano Title in 2012 at the Music Conservatoire ´Showa Academy´ with teachers Naoki Mori and Kaoru Mo, being selected in 2010 to attend to a masterclass for one month in Italy with the famous soloist Luigi Tanganelli and also to chamber music by the pianist Francesco Buccarella. She continues his musical education by attending to a master's degree at Codarts, University of the Arts in Rotterdam (Holland) with the master Bart van de Roer, finishing and obtaining her degree in 2014. While staying in Holland, she received several awards and distinctions that led her to perform a recital with the flute player Josephine Poncelin at the famous Concertgebouw in Amsterdam and also to participate in the world parade for the Queen Maxima. She also was awarded with a scholarship in 2015 by the University of Santiago de Compostela (Spain), studying an specialization in Spanish music taught by the master Josep Mª Colom. She has performed concerts in many countries such as Japan, Holland, Spain, Italy and Hong Kong.
Founder and artistic director of the Festival ´Soria Clásica´ he occupies a position as a professor in the Superior Conservatori of Music of the Illes Balears. He has performed in countries such as Germany, Holland, Italy, Sweden and Japan, performing in venues such as DeDoelen in Rotterdam, the ´Palau de la Música´ in Valencia (Spain) and the ´Mozart Hall´ in Zaragoza (Spain). He also has performed as a soloist with various orchestras such as the Lira Numantina Orchestra, the Codarts Symphony Orchestra and the Young Symphony Orchestra of Soria, performing the Concerto by Ravel in G Major and Beethoven's No. 3 Concerto. Born in Soria, he began his professional studies of music at the age of nine at the ´Conservatorio Oreste Camarca´ with Professor Eduardo Rodríguez and finished his superior studies at the ´Conservatori Superior´ in the Balearic Islands with Director Manuel Carra. Between 2011 and 2013, he studied a Master's degree in piano at Codarts, University of the Arts in Rotterdam, under the tutelage of Bart van de Roer and he also started a Master's degree in Symphony Orchestra at the University of Gothenburg in Sweden. He has received master classes from Daniel del Pino, Miguel Ituarte, Guillermo González, Jean-Bernard Pommier, Lars Vogt, Igor Roma and Ananda Sukarlan, among others. He has been awarded with the first prize in the XIX Young Creation Contest of Soria in 2014, and the first prize in the Young Art Contest of Castilla y Leon in 2015.