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[Tokyo Bunka Kaikan Channel] Tokyo Bunka Kaikan Relaxed Performance—Orchestra for Everyone

2020 Sep.07 (Mon)

Music Program TOKYO Workshop Workshop! 2020 on stage & legacy
Tokyo Bunka Kaikan Relaxed Performance—Orchestra for Everyone

Performed on Fri, Jul 24, 2020
Venue: Tokyo Bunka Kaikan Main Hall
Available to stream (TBD): Mon, Sep 7, 10:30– (JST/UTC+9)

Relaxed performances, different from other regular stage performances, are designed for the audience to enjoy the program without requiring total silence or darkness. Full of friendly twists welcomed our audience to enjoy music with all kinds of people, including first-time classical music concert-goers, individuals with autism spectrum disorder, developmental disabilities, and so on, who feel insecure at concerts in music halls. Enjoy the popular masterpieces guided by the Tokyo Bunka Kaikan Workshop Leaders. (Japanese sign language provided.)

 

 

Performed by
Conductor: MITSUHASHI Keiko
Tenor: MURAKAMI Toshiaki *3rd prize of Voice Section at the 3rd Tokyo Music Competition
Orchestra: Tokyo Philharmonic Orchestra
MC: ISONO Emi, NOGUCHI Ayako (Tokyo Bunka Kaikan Workshop Leaders)

Program
VILLA-LOBOS: IV. “O trenzinho do caipira” from Bachianas Brasileiras No.2
John WILLIAMS: Olympic Fanfare and Theme
OFFENBACH: “Can can” from Orphée aux Enfers
PROKOFIEV: “Dance of the Knights (Montagues and Capulets)” from Romeo and Juliet
MASCAGNI: Intermezzo from Cavalleria rusticana
ANDERSON: The Typewriter
PUCCINI: “Nessun dorma” from Turandot
BRITTEN: II. “Sunday Morning” (4 Sea Interludes) from Peter Grimes
TOYAMA Yuzo: Rhapsody for Orchestra
J.STRAUSS I: Radetzky March

Organizers: Tokyo Metropolitan Government/Tokyo Metropolitan Foundation for History and Culture: Tokyo Bunka Kaikan, Arts Council Tokyo
Co-organizer: Tokyo Orchestra Business Cooperative
Cooperation: Pioneer Corporation, ENSOUND Co., Ltd., British Council
Supported by: Agency for Cultural Affairs, Government of Japan/Japan Foundation for Regional Art-Activities