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2017年05月30日

Sound and performance to move the soul! Challenging the world with imagination and innovation

Date

30 Jun. 2017 

Venue

Town Hall Square

Artist

YAMATO

2017年03月27日

Date:

27 Apr. 2016

Venue:

Wrocław Conservatory

Japanese partner:

Japan Clarinet Association

Japanese musicians:

Masaharu Yamamoto  Seiki Shinohe, Shuhei Isobe, Masashi Togame, Takeshi Nozaki, Yoko Yokota, ashinobu Kamei, Anna Hashimoto, Hidehito Naka, Rikuya Terashima, Kaho Asou

 

Related programs:

Date 

Programme

Venue

27 Apr. 2016

Lunch concert

Wroclaw Conservatory

Lecture by Takeshi Nozaki “Clarinet in Japan” 

Recital

Japan Gala Evening

2016年11月15日
A festival dedicated to music and contemporary art from Japan.
Audiences were stunned by the extensive program including dance performances, installations, video and concerts.
 

Avant Art Japan 2016 Festival was held in 3-8 October in Wroclaw, and it involved 16 Japanese participants within 19 various events - concerts, films, performance, workshop and a photo exhibition. It was a unique opportunity to present to Polish audience the wide and various range of Japanese culture and art. For artists it was a unique opportunity to establish long term artistic cooperation (Nao Nishihara and Pawel Romanczuk project and residency – to be continued in future), to create a space to perform with each other for the first time (Phew, Alex Hacke), or to start planning the next year cooperation (Naoki Kato and Avant Art). Due to the long stay in Wroclaw, which was a suggestion of an organizer for all festival’s guests, the artists had opportunity to visit Wroclaw and to get familiar with Polish culture in assistance of Avant Art’s staff and volunteers.

--Written by Katarzyna Gołecka

Date:

3-8 Oct. 2016

Japanese artists:

Keiji Haino, Aya Irizuki, Phew, Nao Nishihara, Ken Mai、Buffalo Daughter (SuGar Yoshinaga, Yumiko Ohno, MoOoG Yamamoto), Ikue Mori, Group A (Sayaka Botanic,Tommy Tokyo), Kyoka, Aoki Takamasa, Naoki Kato, Keisuke Masuda, Junya Ishii, Masaaki Ueno
Guest Curator: Keiko Yoshida (1985 TOKYO Underground Gin Satoh - selected pieces’ exhibition)

Participants from other countries:

Balazs Pandi (Hangary)、Paweł Romańczuk (Poland)、Alexander Hacke (Germany)、Danielle de Picciotto (Germany)、 Zamilska (Poland)、Kristen (Poland), 2G (Poland)

Programs:

Date Programs Artists Venue
3 Oct. 2016 Concert Keiji Haino Firlej
4 Oct. 2016 “Yximalloo” Tadhg O’Sullivan, Feargal Ward New Horizons Cinema
5 Oct. 2016 “Thread Clay”  Aya Irizuki Swiebodzki Station
Concert Phew
„Live from Tokyo” Lewis Rapkin New Horizons Cinema
6 Oct. 2016 "Mau Ka San”  Nao Nishihara, Pawel Romańczuk Paweł Romańczuk Studio
Concert Kristen  
Concert Phew、Alexander Hacke、Danielle de Picciotto Swiebodzki Station
7 Oct. 2016 XESDERCAS  Ken Mai Bar Barbara
Concert 2G Swiebodzki Station
Concert Buffalo Daughter
Concert Ikue Mori
"Live House”  Kevin Mcgue New Horizons Cinema
8 Oct. 2016 Concert Masaaki Ueno Swiebodzki Station
Concert Group A
Concert Nao Nishihara
Concert Kyoka
Concert Zamilska
Concert Takamasa Aoki
Butoh Workshop Ken Mai Bar Barbara
 "2045: Carnival Folklore” / Sierror! Naoki Kato, Keisuke Masuda, Junya Ishii Swiebodzki Station
5-8 Oct. 2016 1985 TOKYO Underground Gin Satoh - selected pieces’ exhibition  Gin Satoh Swiebodzki Station
2016年07月12日

Dream joint performance by Hosokawa and Märkl: The world of trumpet concerto and orchestra

From the Organizer:

The Basque National Orchestra will perform pieces by Toshio Hosokawa on season 2016-2017 with the purpose also to make a CD for the world’s leading classical music label NAXOS. The conductor will be its principal conductor Mr. Jun Märkl who in 2014 presented two Hosokawa discs with Royal Scottish National Orchestra (Naxos). Born in Munich, his German father was a distinguished Concertmaster and his Japanese mother a solo pianist. Märkl studied violin, piano and conducting at the Musikhochschule in Hannover, studying with Celibidache in Munich and with Gustav Meier in Michigan. In 1986 he won the conducting competition of the Deutsche Musikrat and a year later won a scholarship from the Boston Symphony Orchestra to study at Tanglewood with Bernstein and Ozawa. He is now playing an active role in the international music world.

Date: 

13-17 Dec. 2016

Venue: 

Kursaal (San Sebastian)

Performance:

Basque National Orchestra

Japanese artists:

Toshio Hosokawa (composer) and Jun Märkl (conductor)

2016年06月29日

The melody of peace from Hiroshima long awaited by the Basque people

From the Organizer:

"Peace Treaty” is one of the main projects of San Sebastian 2016. This exhibition, focusing on peace, has great significance for the Basque country because there was a conflict for the sake of regional independence for more than 40 years. Four radiated watches, which stopped at 8:15 due to the bombing, are exhibited in cooperation with Hiroshima Peace Memorial Site for this special occasion. As part of this project, San Sebastian invited young and professional music group "ATOWA" from Hiroshima, where enormous attention has recently been drawn by President Obama’s official visit. Their music can be delivered to the world with a message of peace.

Date: 

5 Jul. 2016

Venue: 

San Telmo Museum

Artists:

ATOWA: Koto (Kagura flute), Tomoko Kihara (Koto), Sayaka Tubokita (main pianist and composer), Shiho Nakagawa (soprano)

Related program:

  • ATOWA concert
    Date: 6 Jul. 2016
    Venue: Japan EXPO (Paris)
2016年05月16日
Jonathan Nott conducting the Tokyo Symphony Orchestra, now boasting world-class performances. Wroclaw performance on European tour marking the orchestra's 70th anniversary.
 

Tokyo Symphony Orchestra is invited to Wroclaw and present the Orchestra under the program of the European Capital of Culture. They are going to present the artists at the National Forum of Music – a new top-notch concert hall, that has been recently opened and highly acclaimed. The project consists of one concert in the main concert hall of the National Forum of Music. Its aim is to create long lasting creative synergies between Polish and Japanese artists that will result in long-term collaboration for the future.

(Piotr Turkiewicz)

Date:  

Oct. 20, 2016

Venue:

National Forum of Music (NFM) Main Hall

Artists from Japan: 

Conductor: Jonathan Nott, Violin: Isabelle Faust,
Orchestra: Tokyo Symphony Orchestra

Program: 

Toru Takemitsu - Requiem for strings, Debussy - La Mer, Brahms – Symphony No. 1
2016年05月13日

A fusion of jazz and classical Japanese court music performed by first-rate musicians.

In the Jazztopad Festival 2016, a group of the top Japanese artists will join. They define the improvised and traditional scene and reach deeper into the nooks and crannies of the Japanese sounds. The artists are to be presented at the National Forum of Music – a new top-notch concert hall, that has been recently opened. The project will be presented in the framework of European Capitol of Culture. The program will consist of two major concerts plus several smaller ones, all at NFM and private living-rooms, as well as of some workshops. This programme intends to create long lasting creative synergies between Polish and Japanese artists that will result in long-term collaboration for the future.

(Piotr Turkiewicz)

Date:

24-27 Nov. 2016

Venue:

National Forum of Music (NFM)

Program:

●Traditional Japan Concert
 Date:24 Nov. 2016
   Venue: National Forum of Music
 Artisit: Ko Ishikawa (sho), Koichi Makigami (voice), Michiyo Yagi (koto),
   Akikazu Nakamura (shakuhachi), Yumiko Tanaka (futozao shamisen)
 
●Improvised Japan Concert
   Date: 25 Nov. 2016
   Venue: National Forum of Music
 Artisit: Tamaya Honda (drums), Tsuneo Imahori (guitar), Keisuke Ohta (violin),
   Akira Sakata (reeds), Masahiko Satoh (piano)

 Related program:

Date

Programs

Artists

Venue

24 Nov. 2016

Workshop

Chizuru Fukuhara (tsuzumi)

The National Forum of Music(NFM)

24 Nov. 2016

Discussion Panel

Koichi Makigami (voice),Masahiko Satoh (piano),Daysuke Takaoka(tuba),Keisuke Ohta (violin), Tamaya Honda (drums)

The National Forum of Music(NFM)

26 Nov. 2016

Workshop for children

Koichi Makigami (voice), Daysuke Takaoka(tuba), Keisuke Ohta (violin)

New Horizons Cinema

26-27 Nov. 2016

House concerts

Koichi Makigami (voice),Akikazu Nakamura(shakuhachi), Chizuru Fukuhara (tsuzumi),Michiyo Yagi (koto), Daysuke Takaoka(tuba), Keisuke Ohta (violin), Tamaya Honda (drums)

Private Living Rooms

2016年05月11日

A floral feast by Japanese musicians, both established masters and young talent.

Organized since 2002 in Wroclaw International Clarinet Festival, CLARIMANIA covers a wide range of artistic and educational projects dedicated to woodwind instruments. Last year’s special Czech Day was a great success and this year we had the privilege to present the Japan Day in cooperation with Japan clarinet association, filled with Japanese music, performed by Japanese artists. The most acknowledged Japanese clarinetists of the older generation and the younger ones delighted Clarimania’s public and international participants with their performances. The guest star of the evening concert was Yoshinobu Kamei – Tokyo Music College professor, whose performance was highly impressive. The afternoon performance of Anna Hashimoto was another highlight of the day – a young, virtuoso player with refined style and a well chosen, delightful program brought the Wrocław Conservatory Concert Hall down. The public appreciated the artists’ level, presented works as well as the repertoire diversity. Japan Day at Clarimania 2016 provided exceptional impressions and unforgettable memories for all the public and musicians participating in the festival.

(Jacob Bokun)

Date:

25 Apr. 2016

Venue:

Wrocław Conservatory (Wroclaw, Poland)

Japanese musicians:

Masaharu Yamamoto  Seiki Shinohe, Shuhei Isobe, Takeshi Nozaki, Hidehito Naka, Yoko Yokota, Anna Hashimoto, Chiho Sugo, Yoshinobu Kamei, Rikuya Terashima, Kaho Asou, Masumi Kitaba

Related programme: 

Date ProgrammeVenue
27 Apr. 2016Lunch concertWroclaw Conservatory
Lecture by Takeshi Nozaki "Clarinet in Japan" 
Recital
Japan Gala Evening
2015年07月23日

 Lithuanian, Japanese choirs linked by jiutamai

A performance in Lithuania of the traditional Japanese dance form jiutamai in 2012, the year following the Great East Japan Earthquake, led to three years of work towards this Japan visit by a Lithuanian girls choir. It is not difficult to imagine that the heartfelt sympathy of the Lithuanian people for the unprecedented devastation wrought by the earthquake is not unconnected with their own painful experiences during the long, cruel Soviet occupation of their country. The enthusiasm and commitment of Tokijo Hanasaki, who has long made strenuous efforts to introduce and popularize jiutamai around Europe, and not least in Lithuania, were factors in achieving this Japan visit by Lithuanian girls who embraced a strong attraction to Japan. The ties of friendship that developed through these exchanges will surely persist well into the future.

Date:

25-30 Jul. 2015

Artist:

Lithuanian Girls Choir ”UGNELE”

 

 

 

 

 
2015年07月02日

Japanese break beats and digital art night highlight closing ceremony   

GroundRiddim is a creative group working in music and the visual arts made up of diverse DJ's, musicians, engineers, directors, graphic designers and illustrators. At the VIA Festival, a label project of Mons 2015 featuring performing arts and the latest technologies, one of the group's musicians, KEIZO machine!, gave an audiovisual performance titled “Japanese's Style”. The sound and images brimming with inspiration from KEIZO machine! unfolded dynamically on a giant screen and thrilled the full-house audience with the fun and stimulating fancy of a trip around the world.

Date:

20 Mar. 2015

Venue:

La gare numérique  (Jeumont, France)

Japanese artists:

Colo Graphonic, KeizoMachine, Gufumonn, Jami G, Taro Mikami, Yuya Ozawa http://groundriddim.com/

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