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Nikkei Performance Office The 530th Nikkei Muse Salon Choi Ha-yeon Cello Recital with Fumika Mohri (Violin) [Published in the January issue of Confetti]

Period

2023/1/11 (Wed)

Venue

Nikkei Hall

Ticket Fee

Limited to 12 people! 4,000 yen (all seats reserved, tax included) → 3,300 yen and 1,300p get! (Updated 01/05 19:45)

This ticket is available for [phone reservation] is also available.
confetti ticket center
0120-240-540
(weekdays 10:00-18:00)
+ Ticketing Fee



Detailed Information

Performance content Program:
Enrique Casals / Prelude
Penderecki / Divertimento for solo cello
J.S.Bach / Suite for solo cello No. 5 in C minor BWV1011
Kod?ly / Duet for Violin and Cello Op.7

[With visitor benefits]
?Drinks provided by FANCL sponsored by all visitors will be presented
?questionnaire respondents will receive invitation tickets to art exhibitions sponsored by Keizai Shimbun Japan etc.
Performances Homepage https://stage.exhn.jp/
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Schedule <Date>
2023/1/11 (Wed)


<Schedule>
* Eligible performances
Wednesday, January 11 18:30 12 people

* Doors open 30 minutes before the start
Ticket Fee Limited to 12 people! 4,000 yen (all seats reserved, tax included) → 3,300 yen and 1,300p get! (Updated 01/05 19:45)

This ticket is available for [phone reservation] is also available.
confetti ticket center
0120-240-540
(weekdays 10:00-18:00)
+ Ticketing Fee
Venue Nikkei Hall
Remarks This performance will be held in consideration of the guidelines for new coronavirus infection prevention measures.
The holding of performances may change due to the influence of the future Corona disaster.
Organizations Overview In 2022, she won first prize in the cello category of the Queen Elisabeth International Music Competition, one of the world's three major music competitions. He is the youngest winner of the Brahms International Cello Competition in 11 and the Penderecki International Cello Competition in 18, and this performance will be his Japan debut. His co-performer, Mohri, became the youngest winner of the 8th Seoul International Music Competition, the first Japan to win the competition. In 15, he won second prize at the 54th Paganini International Violin Competition and sixth prize at the Queen Elisabeth International Music Competition in 15. In 19, he won third prize at the Montreal International Music Competition, and expectations are high for him to perform together.

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