斉藤友紀ヨーロッパと日本を中心に活躍するフルート奏者・齋藤 友紀。







Yuki Saito graduated from Toho Gakuen School of Music and later completed the school’s graduate course. She studied under Prof. Soichi MINEGISHI.

As a member of the Toho Gakuen School of Music Orchestra, Yuki Saito took part in the France Evian Music Festival with Mtros. Seiji OZAWA and M. ROSTROPOVICHI. She received instruction in the flute from Profs. Christien LARDE and Shigenori KUDO in Paris.  She also took part in a master-course in Switzerland where she took the class of Sir James GALWAY. At the Tokyo International Association of Artists’ newcomer’s audition, she was awarded the encouragement prize. In addition to the above courses, Yuki Saito completed the International Master Class of The Juilliard School.

In January 2006 Yuki Saito performed as a soloist in a concert with the Czech Chamber Orchestra as a part of Czech Philharmonie’s 2005-2006 season Chamber Orchestra – Series KO. She also made her debut in Europe in her performance of Mozart’s flute concerto at the Dvořák Hall in Prague.  In the same year, she was awarded the most distinguished musician award by Japan International League of Artist

Yuki Saito performs regularly in recitals, as both a member and soloist of chamber music ensembles such as M.Nostitz Quartet, Czech String Trio, and as a soloist with renowned orchestras such as Berlin Sinfornietta at the Philharmonie Kammermusik Saal in Berlin, Saint Petersburg Academic Symphonic Orchestra, Sarajevo Philharmonic Orchestra, Albanian National Radio and TV Symphony Orchestra, Sofia philharmonic Orchestra, West Bohemian Symphony Orchestra and The Chamber Orchestra of Balkan.  

In 2011, with the Czech Philharmonic String Quartet, she had chamber music concerts in cities including Prague, Czech. In 2013, she had solo concert in Leipzig,Germany and Rome,Italy..Yuki Saito is a flutist active at home and abroad.  

Addition to her concert appearances, Yuki Saito released the solo CD "L'Arlésienne” in 2012,”Voyage” in 2014.