Ai Yoshida



was born in Tokyo and after getting a diploma in organ continued her bachelor studies at Musikhochschule Lübeck in Germany obtaining Sacred Music and Soloist diplomas with maximum grades. She studied organ with T. Fujieda, M. Haselböck, L.Ghielmi.


She won the international organ competitions of Maastricht-1996 and Lausanne-2002.


She was the titular organist at "Morioka Civic Cultural Hall" in Japan from 2002 to 2006.


Now she lives in Tesero in the Fiemme Valley in the Dolomites ans plays in several festivals throughout Europe and Japan.


Her CDs "Bach e l'Italia", "Dialogo a 4 mani", "Incontri" (Waon records) have received a large number of positive reviews.


She is regularly invited to hold advanced organ courses in Italy and abroad. She is the member of society "Giuliano per Organo di Tesero" and Vice president of "Le Muse e le Dolomiti".

Organist in the church of St. Nicholas in Egna-Neumarkt.









Alex Gai




obtained his diploma in organ and organ composition with maximum grades in Padua and studied baroque music at Accademia Internazionale della Musica in Milan.

He studied with S. Carnelos, E. Dario, R. Livieri, P.Marisaldi and L. Ghielmi.


He was awarded prizes at the contest Premio G.Giarda in Rome in 2002 and won the third prize at the Vth Concorso internazionale organistico Gaetano Callido in Borca di Cadore.


In 2006 he founded "Organ Duo" with Ai Yoshida, his wife, and holds concerts in Italy, in several European countries and in Japan.


His CDs "Dialogo a 4 mani" and "Incontri" (Waon records) have received a large number of positive reviews.


From 1992 to 2005 he was organist in Cordignano (TV), his birthplace, at the moment he is the organist at the church of Tesero in the Fiemme Valley. He is the member of society "Giuliano per Organo di Tesero".


His passion for the organ brought him to improve his knowledge of organ building techniques and since 2004 he has worked at the organ factory “Andrea Zeni.