“Traditional+”【vol.5】Voice Surfing Genealogy of Voice                   

Let’s ride on the waves of Japanese vocal music, and travel across the ancient to present.

Voice has been the most primitive musical instrument in the human history.
In Japan, there are many music pieces in which voice plays a very important role. The program will feature Buddhist monks chant “shomyo” , “yokyoku” the narrative songs accompanying Noh plays, folklore songs, and contemporary pop songs. A new song piece commissioned to contemporary composer Sunao Isaji, will be given its world premiere.

  • Jussei Muro
    Jussei Muro
  • Yoshimasa Kanze
    Yoshimasa Kanze
  • Shigeri Kitsu
    Shigeri Kitsu
  • Miu Sakamoto
    Miu Sakamoto
  • Sunao Isaji
    Sunao Isaji
Schedule Sunday 7 September, 2014 at 16:00
Venue Spiral Hall(Spiral 3F)
5-6-23 Minami-Aoyama, Minato-ku, Tokyo
Performers Jussei Muro (Tendai Sect Buddhist Monk)
Yoshimasa Kanze (The Kanze School Shite-kata Noh Actor)
Shigeri Kitsu (Folksinger / Japanese Drummer)
Miu Sakamoto (Pop Singer)
Sunao Isaji (Composer)
Jun-ichi Konuma (Navigator)
Ticket Information [Ticket Prices]
¥1,000(Students under 18)

[Ticket reservations]
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※The program contents may change.

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