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Music Program TOKYO Workshop Workshop! Convivial Project Professional Training for Musicians
Training 2. Creating music without a score—Storymaking with diverse people

What if a music project does not begin with music!?
A small detour is welcome to get ready to "do music" with everyone.

The lecturer TANAKAWA Hiroko is a stage musician especially renowned for various works at the SPAC (Shizuoka Performing Arts Center) and new Kabuki productions. With her guidance, we are going to learn the essence of running creative activities involving people from a variety of backgrounds by integrating music and drama (words).
While staying close to the various problems and issues that the training attendees are facing, we will look into the following:
- how to help all the people involved in a creative activity enjoy music
- how to prepare the grounding for those participants to perform music
- how to create enough "margins" so that everyone can participate (or be involved in the place).

Date Fri, Nov 19, 2021 13:00-18:00 (Check-in 12:30)
Thu, Nov 25, 2021 13:00-18:00 (Check-in 12:30)
Venue

Tokyo Metropolitan Theatre, Symphony Space (Directions)

Genre TBK productions Other


Flyer (PDF)

Program

There are a growing need and increasing attention for activities which spotlight the diversity in the arts in recent years. Such movement introduced legislation for promoting art activities for people with disabilities.


At the Tokyo Bunka Kaikan, we provide professional musicians with practical and logical training to develop personnel who can run socially diverse art activities with higher qualities.


 


First Half Session


Play Script (Drama) = Music Score


⁃ Case studies around children, community theaters, special needs classes, school plays, and child care facilities


⁃ Hints to create a story, script, and drama, which can be the foundation for all the participants while also keeping all the members involved in the creation process


⁃ What is needed to be done before starting to perform music together


 


Second Half Session


Play and music, dialogue and music


⁃ Insights about music and play from the case studies of the production “Antigone”


⁃ Let’s challenge rhythm training with actors


⁃ Let’s create music along with dialogue of a play


 


* The same program will be held on both dates. Please select either one of those dates.


* Please do not be exceedingly late or participate only in partial sessions.


* Please join with easy-to-move outfits.


Lecturers

TANAKAWA Hiroko (Stage Musician)


 


◇View artists profiles (only in Japanese)


PhotoTANAKAWA Hiroko, Stage Musician

Tickets

Prices (tax included)

1,100yen (Payment must be made on the day of the training.)


Maximum number of participants

approx. 12 per day (Advance application required on a first-come, first-served basis)


 


Target participants:


Those who are currently active as professionals including orchestra members, professional musicians, music workshop leaders, and music facilitators.


Application Period

Mon, Sep 20–Fri, Nov 12, 2021


* First-come, first-served basis. The application will be closed once the application number reaches the limit.


Application

Application Form (The form is only in Japanese.) The application has been closed.


 


[Notes]


⁃ The applications will be accepted on a first-come-first-served basis and will be closed when the application number reaches the limit. The seats, however, will again become available in case of cancellations or other reasons. Please note that we do not offer wait list for the cancellation.


⁃ If an applicant submits multiple times, only the first application will be valid.


⁃ To ensure that you receive emails from us, please add the domain “@t-bunka.jp” to the whitelist such as approved sender list you have enabled them on your email setting. (If you have set up those sender filterings on your email, you may not receive the application confirmation email or short notices from us.)


⁃ The applications are accepted only for the participation of applicants themselves.


Other Information

* The training is conducted only in Japanese.
* Photography and video recording will occur during the session for our reports, publicity materials, and other communication tools including SNS.
* The program is subject to change under certain circumstances.

Inquiries

Tokyo Bunka Kaikan, Production Section +81-3-3828-2111


Organizers & Supporters

Organizers: Tokyo Metropolitan Government/Tokyo Metropolitan Foundation for History and Culture: Tokyo Bunka Kaikan, Arts Council Tokyo


Sponsors & Grantors

Supported by: Agency for Cultural Affairs, Government of Japan