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Maltas A melody that changes your life Kyoko Mukaiyama Piano Concert

Period

2019/11/11 (Mon)

Venue

Toppan Hall

Ticket Fee

All seats reserved (general): 6,000 yen
All seats reserved (students): 3,000 yen
(tax included)


+ Ticketing Fee



Detailed Information

Performance content This performance will be a transfer performance of the 10/12 (Sat) Mukaiyama Kyoko Piano Concert "Melody That Will Change Life" (Toppan Hall) due to the typhoon.
br />; "The melody that changes life" is a minimal music that is loved all over the world mainly in the Netherlands, Simeon Ten Holt, composed by Canto Ostinato (Cant Ostinato). It's a miracle trance time where a dazzling image disappears in your mind, as if it were a tide.

As a pianist/artist, Kyoko Mukaiyama, who has created a number of challenging performances and installations around the world, chose the next piano space. This concert hall is the best dedicated to classical music in Japan. A must-see recital in autumn 2019!

Music:
Simion Ten Holt "Cant Ostinato" (1976)
Shi゙Yan-Filipfr> #12442; Excerpts from "New Krau & #12441> Sun Suites" (1728)

Performances Homepage https://tomoko.nl/
Appearance Cast? Kyoko Mukaiyama
Staff Hosted? Tomoko Mukaiyama Foundation Lutas?
Schedule <Date>
2019/11/11 (Mon)


<Schedule>
Monday, November 11, 7:00 p.m.

Ticket Fee All seats reserved (general): 6,000 yen
All seats reserved (students): 3,000 yen
(tax included)


+ Ticketing Fee
Venue Toppan Hall
Remarks
Organizations Overview Kyoko Mukaiyama (Pianist/Artist/Art Director)

Netherlands, Amsterdam-based pianist/artist. In 1991, he became the first Japanese pianist to win the International Gaudeams Musicians Competition and won the Muramatsu Prize. He is invited as a soloist every year to include Ensemble Model, Ensemble AntelconTamporan, London Sinfonita and Royal Concertgebouw, where he is involved in the premiere of his new work. In recent years, he has published performing arts and installation works that are not bound by conventional forms. Mukaiyama's interest is consistently on how the space in which music is played and how the people involved (performers and audiences) perceive the music and perceive the space. He continues to perform and produce works that aim to coexist while violating different themes such as the physicality, sexuality, performance and memory of Japan and the Netherlands, and others. In 2007, he established the Mukaiyama Kyoko Foundation in the Netherlands, and in 2015 he established a general incorporated association in Japan, Maltas, and was also active in the field of producing. In addition to music, he has demonstrated his originality through collaborations not only with art, architecture, fashion, dance, photography, etc.

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