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[Tokyo Bunka Kaikan Channel] Workshop Concert "Ta-Ta-Pa-Tu-Ela"

2020 Jul.31 (Fri)

Workshop Concert “Ta-Ta-Pa-Tu-Ela”

Interactive workshop concert led by workshop leaders from Casa da Música, a music institution in Portugal.
Simple songs and rhythms are the passports to enter Ta-Ta-Pa-Tu-Ela, a land made with music and rhythm! Let’s go there together!

Performed on Sun, Feb 8, 2015
Venue: Tokyo Bunka Kaikan Recital Hall

Available to stream (TBD): Wed, Aug 5, 14:00– (JST/UTC+9)


Created & Performed by:
Jorge PRENDAS, Paulo NETO, Jorge QUEIJO, Bruno ESTIMA, Sofia LEANDRO (Casa da Música workshop leaders)

Staff Members
Stage manager: TANAKA Yoshihiro (The Stuff)
Lighting designer: MOCHIZUKI Daisuke (ASG)
Sound: NHK ART

Scene 1 Reggae
 ♪ Clap your hands, “Ta-Ta-Pa-Tu-Ela”
Scene 2 Hip Hop
 ♪ Tokyo Yeah! “Ta-Ta-Pa-Tu-Ela”
Scene 3 Blues
 ♪ Together, everyone. It’s simple. Let’s sing together, “Ta-Ta-Pa-Tu-Ela”
Scene 4 Classic
Scene 5 Fado
Scene 6 Portuguese Folk Songs Medley

Organizers: Tokyo Metropolitan Government/Tokyo Metropolitan Foundation for History and Culture: Tokyo Bunka Kaikan, Tokyo Culture Creation Project Office
Co-organizers: Tokyo Metropolitan Theatre operated by Tokyo Metropolitan Foundation for History and Culture, Bunkyo Civic Hall (Bunkyo Academy Foundation)
Cooperation: Ueno Gakuen University, Japan Philharmonic Orchestra
Endorsed by: The Portugal Embassy in Tokyo, Taito-ku Board of Education