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Giovanni Sorlima Special Performance 2020 "The Dynamics of the Earth"

Period

2020/5/11 (Mon)

Venue

Sumida Triphony Hall

Ticket Fee

General: 6,000 yen
Junior high school students and younger: 3,000 yen
(all seats reserved, tax included)

+ Ticketing Fee



Detailed Information

Performance content Cello and shamisen, super-masterpiece for orchestra,
Sorima's "Theory of the Earth", re-enactment of the miracle!


The Music of the Earth without The East or the West
Is there any amount of music and energy emitted from the cello instrument? Many audiences were surprised by the summer of 2019.
How happy it is to be able to experience the excitement in Tokyo again.
The stage is Sumida Triphony Hall, where the excitement of "100 cello" is fresh in the memory.
In addition to his overwhelming solo performance in May 2020, he will perform a concerto that directs encounters with orchestras that have built a rich history of Japanese musical shamisen and European music. Sorima, who is also highly regarded as a composer (of the so-called contemporary music scene), was commissioned by shamisen player Akiko Nishigata, and the "Theory of the Earth" premiered in Tokyo in 2005 was a sacred mountain. It is a sound panorama that depicts Mt. Fuji and the Etona volcano of Sicily, the home of Sorima, in motif movement and the energy of life from primitive times, ancient myths and religious imprints, and the symbiosis between humans and nature.

This song depicts the history of the time when the orchestra never ceases, and a passage of shamisen, a stroke that engraves the footprints of the earth and humanbeings. It may not be just the "music of the earth" that should not be put away with the word "Eastern and Western" and there is no East or The West. Sorima as a performer who integrates with the cello and transmits music, and Sorima as a composer who intellectually writes notes on the score.

In early summer 2020, you will meet a new soul of his.

Oyamada Atsu
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<>b>Part 1: Solo Performancebr /br />Cello.
Sorima's cello-exquisite solo performance, which travels freely through the history of music and the world, including old music and baroque music, folk music, rock, and self-composition.
Scheduled Music: Natural Songbook (Sorima) / Lamentatio (Sorima) / Unaccompanied Cello Suite (Bach) / Fandango (Boccherini) / Caprice de Chaconne (Corbet) Ta) / Hallelujah (Leonard Cohen) and others
Part 2: Theory of the Earth
For Cello, Shamisen and Orchestra (Giovanni Sorima)
The shamisen is an up-and-coming, transcendental, exquisite Nozawa Tetsuya, a specially organized sensitis school string orchestra for this time, and Yuki Morimoto, a famous conductor living in Vienna, to show off the world view of Sorima on a grand scale.
Performances Homepage http://www.plankton.co.jp/sollima/earth.html
Appearance Cello? Giovanni Sorima ? Shamisen? Tetsuya Nozawa ? Command? Yuki Morimoto (Morimoto Yoshimasa) ? Senzoku Gakuen String Orchestra
Staff
Schedule <Date>
2020/5/11 (Mon)


<Schedule>
May 11 (Mon) Open 18:15 / Start 19:00
Ticket Fee General: 6,000 yen
Junior high school students and younger: 3,000 yen
(all seats reserved, tax included)

+ Ticketing Fee
Venue Sumida Triphony Hall
Remarks Please refrain from entering preschool children.
(Question: Earth Music Project Executive Committee 03-3498-2838 (11-19:00 weekdays)
Organizations Overview

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