Yoshie Kubota is a Japanese native who has lived in the United States for over 30 years (in New York City 1988-2006 and in Baltimore, Maryland since 2006), and holds musical teaching experience of over 35 years.
As a performer, she has appeared as a soloist in Japan under the baton of conductor Yutaka Sado.
She has also appeared on Radio FM Osaka, FM Kochi and performed in various other major cities of Japan, including Tokyo, Nagoya, Chiba, and Kyoto.
After moving to the United States, Yoshie received her M.M. in Piano Performance at the Mannes College of music, and has since performed in numerous venues such as the Lincoln Center's Bruno Walter Auditorium, Carnegie Weil Recital Hall, Cami Hall, Federal Hall and other landmarks in NYC.
She also performed in CA, OH, DC, CT, WV, PA, NJ, MD.
In recent days, Yoshie has settled down in her cozy Baltimore home with a passion to support her studio.
She also studied at Kusatsu International Summer Music Academy and Festival(Japan) with Edith Picht-Axenfeld, Salzburg Mozarteum Summer Music Academy and Festival(Austria) where she met Grant Johannesen in 1987 and 1988 and Nice Summer Music Academy(France) in 1987 with Jaques Rouvier.
Her mentors are Grant Johannesen, Toshiyuki Fukumoto, Tsugiko Oshibuchi, and Katsuko Fukumoto.
Yoshie is one of the founder and a member of a chamber group”Baltimore Canon”since 2006.
Yoshie was invited to perform at Hilary Hahn’s Benefit Concert for Japan Earthquake and Tsunami Relief fund as a guest performer with her daughter violinist Yuka Kubota, March 2011.