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Martus, Inc. A melody that changes your life Tomoko Mukai Piano Concert

Period

2019/10/12 (Sat)

Venue

Toppan Hall

Ticket Fee

All seats reserved (general): 6000 yen
All seats reserved (students): 3000 Yen
(tax included)
* Not available for preschool children

+ Ticketing Fee



Detailed Information

Performance content "Canto Ostinato" (Kant ostinato), a minimalist music that is loved all over the world mainly by Netherlands as "melody that changes the life". Like a flood of tides, a dazzling image is disappearing in my mind, a miraculous trance time.

As a pianist/artist, Tomoko Mukai, the next piano space chosen by the world's many challenging performances and installations, A concert hall dedicated to classical music in Japan. A must-see recital in autumn 2019!

Music: Symi-Ten Holt composition "Kant ostinato" other

Performances Homepage https://tomoko.nl/
Appearance Cast? Tomoko Mukai
Staff Hosted? Tomoko Mukaiyama Foundation Kobe Kokorocafe General Incorporated Association Lutus?
Schedule <Date>
2019/10/12 (Sat)


<Schedule>
Saturday, October 12 (Sat) 14:00

* Opening is 30 minutes before the start.
Ticket Fee All seats reserved (general): 6000 yen
All seats reserved (students): 3000 Yen
(tax included)
* Not available for preschool children

+ Ticketing Fee
Venue Toppan Hall
Remarks
Organizations Overview Tomoko Mukai (pianist/artist/art director)

Netherlands, a pianist/artist living in Amsterdam. He won the Muramatsu prize for the first time as a Japanese pianist in the 1991 International Gaudeamus performer Competition. He was invited as a soloist every year to ensemble Moderern, Ensemble Anterkontanpolan, London Sinfonetta and Royal Conselt Hebow, and was involved in the premiere of his new work. In recent years, we have presented the performing arts and installation works that are not caught in traditional form. The interest of Mt. Mukai is consistent with how the space in which music is played and the people (performers and spectators) who are involved in it can perceive the music and the space. He continues to play and produce works that aim for coexistence while crossing different themes in the theme of Japan and Netherlands, such as the physical, sexuality, performance and memory of their own or others. In 2007, Tomoko Mukai Foundation was established in Netherlands, and in 2015 he established a General Incorporated association (MARTAS) in Japan, and also worked in the field of production. In collaboration with a wide range of fields such as art, architecture, fashion, dance and photography, it is very creative.

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