She held her debut concert at Vienna Concerto House in 2002 together with her guest player Tibor Kovac, the principal second violinist of the Vienna Philharmonic Orchestra . Ever since then she performed with various principals from Vienna Philharmonic Orchestra and the first-class performers from all over the world.
The "Yuko Toyoda Piano Concert" on an officialforeign ministry event for the Japan-EU at the Bosendorfer Hall in Vienna attracted a full house and was much talked about.
She also held "Yuko ToyodaBosendorfer Story Piano Concerts" at the Kawasaki City Museum based on a recommendation from the Bosendorfer company.
She captivated an audience of 3000 people at the Aspecta outdoor concert in Kyusyu.
She performed at variouscharity concerts including " Princess Diana memorial concert" at the British Embassy, "Sri Lankan government official invitation concert" and "the Great Hanshin-Awaji Earthquake Reconstruction concerts". She has played concertos of Mozart, Rachmaninoff, Tchaikovsky and Chopin together with orchestras in Japan.
She is also gaining attentions as a pianist in the new entertainment areas by collaborating with traditional Japanese music, her own compositions and pipe organ performance.