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Ingrid Fujiko (also Fuzjko) von Georgii-Hemming (aka Fujiko Hemming) (イングリット・フジコ・ヘミング), (Japanese name: Ōtsuki Fujiko (大月フジコ)) is a Swedish classical music pianist. Born on December 5, 1932 in Berlin, Germany to a Japanese mother, piano teacher Toako Ohtsuki, and a Swedish father of Russian descent, Fritz Gösta Georgii-Hemming (1910-1986), an architect and cartoonist educated at the Bauhaus. His father, Fritz Georgii-Hemming (1886-1959), was a lawyer (including at the Svea Court of Appeal) and civil servant, appointed a knight of the Order of Vasa. The family name derives from the marriage of Hans Hemming (1853-1927), a provincial doctor, and Anna Sofia Georgii (1850-1888).

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  • Ingrid Fujiko (also Fuzjko) von Georgii-Hemming (aka Fujiko Hemming) (イングリット・フジコ・ヘミング), (Japanese name: Ōtsuki Fujiko (大月フジコ)) is a Swedish classical music pianist. Born on December 5, 1932 in Berlin, Germany to a Japanese mother, piano teacher Toako Ohtsuki, and a Swedish father of Russian descent, Fritz Gösta Georgii-Hemming (1910-1986), an architect and cartoonist educated at the Bauhaus. His father, Fritz Georgii-Hemming (1886-1959), was a lawyer (including at the Svea Court of Appeal) and civil servant, appointed a knight of the Order of Vasa. The family name derives from the marriage of Hans Hemming (1853-1927), a provincial doctor, and Anna Sofia Georgii (1850-1888).
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  • Ingrid Fujiko (also Fuzjko) von Georgii-Hemming (aka Fujiko Hemming) (イングリット・フジコ・ヘミング), (Japanese name: Ōtsuki Fujiko (大月フジコ)) is a Swedish classical music pianist. Born on December 5, 1932 in Berlin, Germany to a Japanese mother, piano teacher Toako Ohtsuki, and a Swedish father of Russian descent, Fritz Gösta Georgii-Hemming (1910-1986), an architect and cartoonist educated at the Bauhaus. His father, Fritz Georgii-Hemming (1886-1959), was a lawyer (including at the Svea Court of Appeal) and civil servant, appointed a knight of the Order of Vasa. The family name derives from the marriage of Hans Hemming (1853-1927), a provincial doctor, and Anna Sofia Georgii (1850-1888). The family settled at Shibuya, shortly following which Hemming's parents divorced following the deterioration of their relationship in domestic violence. Hemming was educated in Japan, and began learning to play the piano at a young age from her mother. She was identified as a child prodigy and performed her first concert at seventeen. She went to Aoyama Gakuin Senior High School, Aoyama Gakuin Junior High School, Aoyama Gakuin Elementary School. She graduated from the Tokyo National University of Fine Arts and Music and began her professional career immediately. Hemming received many prestigious honors during this time, including the and the . She relocated to Germany at the age of 28 to study at the . During a concert in Vienna in 1971, Hemming lost her hearing from a bout of high fever. She relocated again to Stockholm, Sweden to take advantage of its medical facilities. She performed many more concerts throughout continental Europe before returning to Japan in 1995. A documentary that aired in 1999 raised public interest in her music. Her subsequent debut CD, , sold over two million copies. Hemming performed at Carnegie Hall in New York in June 2001. By 2002, Hemming had performed at every major population center in the world.
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