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A joint performance featuring traditional wind-instruments such as Ryuteki, Nohkan, Shakuhachi and Shinobue in collaboration with contemporary dancers (Motoko Hirayama, Kaiji Moriyama)

There is a wide range of Japanese traditional wind instruments that originate from ancient court music "Gagaku" to the modern age “Kabuki” music.
Discover and enjoy the various colors, tones and the inspiring sound of Japanese traditional wind instruments!

The program consists of 2 parts.
Part I will focus on the instrumental works using variety of traditional wind instruments.
Following a contemporary work performed by a traditional orchestra of "Gagaku", a piece of traditional instrumental music from the Noh called "subayashi" will be played. Then, another contemporary piece will be played by a grand ensemble of 50 bamboo recorders called "Shakuhachi".
Part II will be an exciting collaboration and improvisation of traditional wind instruments with contemporary dancers. Witness the magical spectacle of leading artists, for this one night only.

  • Reigakusha
  • Meisho Tosha
    Meisho Tosha
  • Kaiji Moriyama
    Kaiji Moriyama
  • Motoko Hirayama
    Motoko Hirayama
Schedule October 5, 2013 (Saturday)
Opening at 18:00, Starting at 18:30
Venue Tokyo Bunka Kaikan Main Hall
Address: 5-45 Uenokoen, Taito-ku, Tokyo
TEL: 03-3828-2111(the pilot number)
Program and Lecturer Reigakusha, Rokurobyoue Fujita, Meisho Tosha, Kaiji Moriyama, Motoko Hirayama
Ticket Information

July 19, 2013 (Friday)

[Admission fees]
Reserved seats only
4,000yen (adults)  2,000yen (students)
*Tickets for wheelchair seats are available at the Tokyo Traditional Arts Program Executive Committee Office
*No entry for children under 6 years old.
*Earphone-guide service in English available.

[Ticket sales]
•e+ 0570-06-9993 [e-code:031050]  
•Tokyo Bunka Kaikan Ticket Service
•Ticket PIA 0570-02-9999 [P-code:206-047]

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