Mr. Shinichiro Nakano challenged the unique trial of changing the way of tuning method according to the different period, style and area of each one of musical pieces that he played at the Four-Night-Serial Recital in 1990. It leads him to win Osaka Culture Golden Award and many other brilliant prizes. He was chosen to be one of the "Top Nine Harpsichord Players of the World" at the "Versailles Festival of Early Music " in France in the year of 1991, when also in London, he appeared on the stage as a soloist and a duo-player with S. Standage(violin) and his performance was broadcasted with its recording. He was the youngest soloist of all who played at the Berkeley Festival of Early Music in the United States in 1992. In the following year, he had his London debut at the Wigmore Hall with a great success. In 1994 in Tokyo, he gave Three-Night-Serial Recital for the Harpsichord Story, and his rich musical expression and the ability of management of that program were highly evaluated. Thereafter he has been active as a soloist at the recitals and ensemble concerts establishing his constant reputation to be the representing Japanese harpsichord player.
He is now Director of Telemann Institute Japan. He received as many honorable awards such as;Gold prize of Osaka Cultural Festival,Kansai Art Grand Prix - Silver Prize, Muramatsu Prize, the Prize from the Agency for Cultural Affairs For an Art Debutante of the year of 1996, et al.