Tokyo Tower Culture Festival VI World Collaboration Concert III（ticket)
Tokyo Tower Culture Festival VI World Collaboration Concert III A World Tour of Music by Japanese and International Composers & Performers Date: January 9, 2023 (Monday – Japanese Holiday) Times: 12:45pm: Doors Open 13:30pm: Part I 15:00pm: Part II Location: Kioi Hall, Tokyo Program (Please note this is subject to change) I. Japan X Japan “Two Songs” for voice, 17 string koto and shakuhachi composed by Katsuya Yokoyama Yumedono for choir, kokyu, two kotos and 17 string koto composed by Michio Miyagi II. Lithuania X Japan ・Music representing Lithuania Oj giria gira" (Lithuanian folksong), "Temukai" (shakuhachi classical piece) = "Wind Song and Love Song" (World premiere) for soprano, shakuhachi, viola and piano arranged by Takayuki Maruyama III. Uzbekistan×Japan “Story of the Construction of Alichel Naboi Theater” (World Premiere) for Narration, orin and koto composed by Yoshiharu Ganryu IV. Iran × Japan The Earth's Anguish” (World Premiere) a trio for sitar, flute, shakuhachi, shamisen, koto and piano composed by Rouhollah Kalami V. Argentina X Japan “Scenes from Buenos Aires” (World Premiere) for flute, three kotos, 17-string koto and piano composed by Kenji Kanemasu “New piece” for guitar and koto (World premiere) composed by Noriyasu Tanaka VI. Romania X Japan “Imaginarium” for flute and piano composed by Andrei Petrache “Cantabile et Presto” for flute and piano composed by Georges Enescu “Flowing Fall Down Full – Taki, Nagashi (World Premiere) for shamisen, flute, violin and viola composed by Hirohisa Mori VII. Finale – Full Ensemble Performance “Flower on the azure sky” Composed by Kenji Kanemasu Performers Amir Arzani （Oud/Tar and Singer） Seyedsalman Hosseiny（Setar） Paul Florea (Violin) Suzukata（Edo-katari） Natsuki Maruyama(Soprano) Miho Ogata（Singer） Akane Otsuka(Flute) Hiroto Tobisawa(Viola) Norio Sato(Guitar) Naoko Tobisawa(Piano) Kenji Kanemasu(Piano, Comp.) Masateru Ando(Koto・Kokyu) Tamaki Ando(Koto・Shamisen) Akemi Tatemichi(Koto) Haruka Tachibana Masatomo Imafuji（Shamisen） Michiaki Okada(Shakuhachi) Manami Ishii(Koto) Rina Satomi(Koto) Futa Sawada(Koto) Satomi Shimizu(Koto) Haruno Nagumo(Koto) Miwa Yasaku(Koto) Shinobu Yamazaki(Koto) Emiko Yamamoto(Koto) Rouhollah Kalami（Comp.） Noriyasu Tanaka （Comp.） Katsuhiro Tsubonou（Comp.） Yoshiharu Ganryu（Comp.） Takayuki Maruyama（Comp.） Girohisa Mori（Comp.） Audience Notes We have a world cultural exhibit in the lobby to help you enjoy your musical journey throughout the entire concert. Performers will perform throughout the entire program. Programs and performers are subject to change. Location Kioi Hall - 6-5 Kioi-cho, Chiyoda-ku, Tokyo Yotsuya Station (JR Line, Marunouchi Line, Namboku Line) 6-minute walk from Kojimachi Exit Kojimachi Station Exit 2 (Yurakucho Line) 8-minute walk from Akasaka-mitsuke Station Exit D (Ginza Line, Marunouchi Line) 8-minute walk from Nagatacho Station Exit 7 (Hanzomon Line, Yurakucho Line) Ticket Information Tickets/Inquiries: Admission General: 6,000 yen (advance sale 5,000 yen) Heart Seat (advance sale only): 2,000 yen (students, persons with disabilities and caregivers) Set of 2 for parents and children (advance sale only): 6,000 yen Ticket sales: Cultural Communication Promotion Committee (CSPC) 03-3455-6881 Ticket Pia 0570-02-9999 URL http://pia.jp/(P:00000 will be emailed later) Note: For Heart Seats and Parent and Child 2 Seats (minor and guardian), please apply directly to the Culture Creation Promotion Committee. Inquiries: Culture Sending Promotion Committee (CSPC): 03-3455-6881 E-mail: firstname.lastname@example.org http://cspc-japan.com -------------------------------------------------------- Event Planning: Natuski Maruyama, Takayuki Maruyama, Noriyasu Tanaka, Naoko Tobizawa, Michiaki Okada, Akemi Tatemichi, Hirohisa Mori Music Director: Katsuhiro Tsubonou / General Producer: Haruka Tachibana Moderator: Joseph Amato Supported by: Toshiba International Foundation; Certified by: The Corporate Mecenat Association of Japan Event Collaboration: TOKYO Co. Embassy of the Republic of Uzbekistan, Embassy of Romania, Embassies in Japan, International East Music Center in Japan Uzbekistan Association, Cultural Associations of various countries, Maizuru Repatriation Memorial Museum, etc. Supported by Hogaku Journal, 7artscafe, Mother Earth, etc. Advertisements: (1) Tokyo Tower Culture Festival VI @ Tokyo Tower Date: March 5, 2022 (Sunday) Place: Tokyo Tower Observation Deck Main Deck Club 333 Special Stage I "Songs to Remember" & "Songs to Connect the World" Competition II "Tokyo He Omoi wo Haseru" Symposium III "Soundscape Night View - Tokyo He Omoiwo Hasell" Concert Organized by: Committee for the Promotion of Cultural Transmission Special cooperation: Mori Laboratory, The University of Tokyo, TOKYO Inc. TOKYO TOWER, etc. (2) MM2xxJP－SOUNDSCAPE-MOBILE(2) Soundscape Nightscape - Tokyo He Omoi wo Haseru 2022" (Soundscape Nightscape - Tokyo He Omoi wo Haseru 2022) ~ 150th Anniversary of the World Exposition in Vienna in 1873 Exhibition Period: March 17 (Friday) - May 7 (Sunday), 2023 Exhibition Location: Tokyo Tower Main Deck 1F Organizer: Mori Laboratory, The University of Tokyo Special Cooperation: TOKYO Co. TOKYO TOWER, Culture Creation Promotion Committee, etc.
YOKOHAMA MEETS THE WORLD VOL.3 “Yoshiharu Ganryu Works Exhibition - Sounds of Japan”/Y.GANRYU/Ticket
Date: September 4, 2022 Start time: 15:00PM-16:30PM Performance Title: YOKOHAMA MEETS THE WORLD VOL.3 “Yoshiharu Ganryu Works Exhibition - Sounds of Japan” Cast: Tamaki Ando: Koto Sayuri Ono: Shinobue Yoshiharu Ganryu: Orin Kyujo Program:1. dismay 2. Fantasia on the Theme of "Kojo no Tsuki" 3. Assalom alaykum 4. Akebonoso and others A koto and shinobue concert. An exhibition of works by Mr. Yoshiharu Ganryu, who is famous for writing music textbooks for elementary schools in Japan. In addition to koto and shinobue flutes on Sunday afternoons, the soothing and beautiful sound of Kyujo Orin will soothe your heart. A wide range of works will be performed, from original pieces composed by Yoshiharu Ganryu to well-known masterpieces such as Kojo no Tsuki arranged by Yoshiharu Ganryu. Entrance fee 2,500 yen with drink Venue: 7artscafe 1-3 Sueyoshi-cho, Naka-ku, Yokohama-shi, Kanagawa Prefecture Okonogi 2nd Building 1F (4-minute walk from Keikyu Hinodecho Station) TEL: 045-315-4493 ■ 7artscafe TEL: 045-315-4493 URL: https://www.7artscafe.co.jp ■ CSPC (Cultural Sending Promotion Committee) TEL: 03-3455-6881 E-mail: email@example.com