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Starts Facility Services Inc. Music story "Spider Thread" Minako Wada & Kaoru Nishimura & Seiji Saito Triori Recital

Period

2023/1/29 (Sun)

Venue

Narashino Civic Hall (Platts Narashino)

Ticket Fee

General: 3,000 yen
students: 1,500 yen
(all seats are unreserved, tax included)

* Only WEB reservations are accepted.
There is no telephone reception at the confetti ticket center.


+ Ticketing Fee



Detailed Information

Performance content Minako Wada (soprano), Kaoru Nishimura (clarinet) & Seiji Saito (piano) will present the triori recital "Spider Thread" performance! !!
・ January 29, 2023 (Sun) Open: 13:30 Start: 14:00
/ Fee: All seats are free Adults 3,000 yen (tax included), Students 1,500 yen (tax included)
/ Ticket sales: Platts Narashino North Building General Reception (counter sales) or
Confetti WEB sales
, song list
■ Makiko Kinoshita
Music Story "The Spider's Thread"
■Charles Gounod
From the opera "Romeo and Juliet"
"I want to live my dream"
■ Kosuke Yamada
"Karatachi no Hana" for piano
 ■Gabriel Grover?ze
Lamento and Tarantella and other
(Tracks are subject to change.) Thank you for your understanding.

♪ It will be a wonderful opportunity to enjoy the sound. If you are a student who wants to become a musician in the future, please visit
if you are even a little interested!
[We are waiting for you at Platts Narashino! ] 】
Performances Homepage https://narashino-future.jp/
Appearance
Staff
Schedule <Date>
2023/1/29 (Sun)


<Schedule>
Sunday, January 29, 2023 Open: 13:30 Start: 14:00
Ticket Fee General: 3,000 yen
students: 1,500 yen
(all seats are unreserved, tax included)

* Only WEB reservations are accepted.
There is no telephone reception at the confetti ticket center.


+ Ticketing Fee
Venue Narashino Civic Hall (Platts Narashino)
Remarks
Organizations Overview ■Minako Wada (soprano)
/ After majoring in violin at Senzoku Gakuen College of Music High School Attached to the Faculty of Music, she graduated from the vocal course of Senzoku Gakuen College of Music.
Completed the 62nd Master Class at the Tokyo Niseikai Opera Training Institute. Performed at the "Evening of Emerging Vocalists" sponsored by the Tokyo Niseikai.
opera Dahme I in The Magic Flute, Giannetta in The Miracle of Love, Musetta in La Boh?me, Susanna in The Marriage of Figaro and Fiordisili in Cos? fan tutte.
Appeared as a singing sister in the Mt. Fuji Shizuoka Symphony Orchestra, Tokyo Kasei Wind Orchestra, and Tokyo Universal Philharmonic Orchestra.
Gunma Symphony Orchestra has been active in a wide range of activities, including appearing as a concert MC.
Associate Member of the Second Term Society. He is a member of the Sagamihara Musicians Association.

■ Kaoru Nishimura (clarinet)
Born in Tokyo. Graduated from Tokyo College of Music. Upon graduation, he performed at the Yamaha Musical Instruments New Face Concert.
After that, he went to France and studied at the Aubervilliers La Cou
Reneuve Regional Conservatory while receiving a scholarship from the Nomura Foundation.
He has studied clarinet with Kaoru Miki, the late Hiroshi Uchiyama, A. Damien, M. Wervel, and J. Comte. Improvisational music P. Studied under Mr. Pannier. He also participated in the contemporary music atelier of the Ensemble Alternance. Since returning to Japan,
have been active in guest performances in orchestras, chamber music, contemporary music, and live improvisational performances. Winner of the
Young Clarinetist Competition. First prize at the Randeux Music Competition (France). Finalist of the contemporary music performance competition "Competitive XII". Ichikawa City Cultural Promotion Foundation 5th Audition Excellence Award. He is a member of the Nerima Ward Musicians Association.

■ Seiji Saito (piano)
Musashino College of Music. (Department of Instrumental Music, Flute Major). He has performed at the university's graduation concert, newcomer's concert, and Yomiuri newcomer's concert.
Winner of the 2nd prize at the 3rd Sendai Flute Competition and the First Prize of the 3rd Russian Vocal Competition for Accompanist. After graduating from
University, he was involved in many opera scenes as an accompaniment pianist and collegiator. From 2010 to the present, he has been supporting and teaching students as a
accompaniment trainee at Musashino College of Music. He has participated in concerts abroad such as Seville, Vienna, and Budapest. Awarded a certificate of appreciation by the mayor of Seville. In recent years, he has been performing all over Japan with Miichi Mera and Tsutomu Arakaki, and his performances have been widely featured in the media such as TV Asahi's "News Station".

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