Erika Matsuo

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Erika Matsuo
Native name
松尾 依里佳
Born (1984-01-14) January 14, 1984 (age 36)
Katano, Osaka, Japan
Occupation(s)Violinist
Years active2004–present
Websitewww.erika-m.jp

Erika Matsuo (松尾 依里佳, Matsuo Erika, born January 14, 1984, in Katano, Osaka, Japan)[1] is a Japanese violinist who is represented by the talent agencies Time Art (for musical engagements) and Extension (for other engagements).

Discography[edit]

Mini-albums[edit]

Year Title Notes
2008 First Gate

Max singles[edit]

Year Title Notes
2012 "Unlimited"

Distribution[edit]

Year Title Notes
2013 "Unlimited View"
"Color of Still-Inori"
"Kyoto-on Kei"
"Twilight View"

Filmography[edit]

TV series[edit]

NHK General TV

Year Title Notes
2009 Jitō Quiz Socrates no Jinji
Art Entertainment Meikyū Bijutsukan

Nippon TV

Year Title Notes
2009 The! Sekai Gyōten News
Ōatari! Quiz Dream Gakuen Takarakuji Present Special
Hikari Ota's If I Were Prime Minister... Secretary Tanaka
Dancing Sanma Palace
2015 The Most Useful School in the World

Fuji Television

Year Title Notes
2006 Nodame Cantabile
2008 Kin Mirai Yohō Tsugikuru
Quiz $ Millionaire
Nekketsu! Heisei Kyōiku Gakuin Occasional appearances
2009 Nep League
Quiz! Hexagon II
2011 Hei!Say!A Board of Education

TV Asahi

Year Title Notes
2008 Zatsugaku King
Quiz Present Variety Q-sama !! Occasional appearances
Daitan Map Occasional appearances
2009 Time Shock
2012 Cream Quiz Miracle 9 Contestant

Mainichi Broadcasting System

Year Title Notes
2015 Akashiya TV

Asahi Broadcasting Corporation

Year Title Notes Ref.
2010 Knight Scoop Third generation secretary [2]
2011 National Cultural Festival
2015 Cast Monday commentator

Kyoto Broadcasting System, KTV Kyoto Channel

Year Title Notes
2009 Kyoto! Chacha Cha tsu

Radio series[edit]

FM-Kyoto

Year Title Notes
2008 Route 894

Tokyo FM

Year Title Notes
2008 Tapestry
Chronos

References[edit]

  1. ^ "Official profile" (in Japanese). Extension. Retrieved October 17, 2015.
  2. ^ "松尾依里佳が「ナイトスクープ」新秘書!" (in Japanese). Sankei Sports. July 31, 2010. Archived from the original on August 3, 2010. Retrieved October 17, 2015.

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