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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
2016年05月10日

The Theater Olympics launched in the year of the Athens Olympics with the aim of international exchange in the performing arts. Performance of Greek tragedy by Suzuki Company of Toga (SCOT) led by co-founder Tadashi Suzuki.

 

Ever since we planned to organize Theatre Olympics, we knew there could not have been a better opening for this event, as The Trojan Women by Tadashi Suzuki and Suzuki Company of Toga. The perfection, the precision and the accuracy of performing the performance were the ideal start for the Festival. We – the organizers, the audience, the participants were absolutely honoured to host the Japan theatre emperor in Wrocław. Everything that we were able to see and feel, happened to make us become the witnesses of greatness. The first performance in the Main Programme of Theatre Olympics World as a Place of Truth will stay for a very long time in the memory of Wrocław’s spectators and will be written in the history of European Capital of Culture Wrocław 2016 as an extraordinary achievement of theatre event.

The participants of workshops and meeting were able to learn the main meaning of Tadashi Susuzki’s work. The tradition and the history of Japanese theatre met with the European audience, who had this amazing opportunity to study the importance of something special and something absolutely unique.

Written by Sabina Majcher

Date:

14-16 Oct. 2016

Venue:

Institute of Power Systems Automation

Participants from Japan: 

SCOT Company directed by Tadashi Suzuki

Related program:

● CONVERSATION - Globalisation and the Theatre’s Mission
Date: 16 Oct. 2016
Venue: Wrocław Puppet Theatre
Participants: Tadashi Suzuki, chaired by Henryk Lipszyc
 
● Workshop - Culture is the Body
Date: 15-16 Oct. 2016
Venue: Capitol Music Theatre
Participants:  Tadashi Suzuki, Kameron Steele
2016年05月10日

Noh performance of work by Polish author.

Noh performances of classical pieces and new work incorporating requiem for the dead.

In 2016 the City of Wroclaw will become the European Capital of Culture. One of its most important events is going to be the 7th Theatre Olympics. The festival, “The World as a Place of Truth” will take place from 14 October to 13 November 2016. Its programme will feature productions of some of the world's greatest theatre makers, who will be presented alongside festivals such as the Lower Silesian Theatre Platform, Dziady.Recycling Festival, Eastern Line, Polish Theatre Showcase, and More Than Theatre. The programme will include performances, retrospectives, discussions, symposiums and conferences with many acclaimed theatre practitioners and researchers. The Japanese theatre company, Tessenkai Theatre will present its two productions as a highlight of the program of the festival.

Date:

4-5 Nov. 2016

Venue:

The Center for Performing and Visual Arts 

Participants from Japan: 

Tessenkai Theater

Programme:

“Chinkon/Repose of Souls” (The Japanese-Polish Noh production), “Kiyotsune”

Related Programme:

●The programme of TESSENKAI Theatre’s visit in Poland includes
 a special memorial-homage event at the Auschwitz-Birkenau Memorial
 and Museum planned for the ALL Souls Day
 Date:  31 Oct. – 1 Nov. 2016
 Venue: Auschwitz-Birkenau Memorial and Museum/ Oswiecim

 

2016年05月09日

Creation by young artists from Japan and Poland on the theme “Two Sticks”

Main outcome of the program was a wide range presentation of Japanese contemporary drawing attitudes and confrontation with Polish artists approach. Contacts and cooperation between Poland and Japan has been developed. There are plans for further cooperation according to Drawing Center, which is going to be established in Wrocław and Tokyo. Wrocław’s audience had chance to see interesting and fresh view on contemporary drawing installations located in specific gothic space, which is inspiring for Japanese artists. Participation of Sadaharu Horio, his live-performance with audience engagement has brought, together with Gutai documentary movie projection, deeper insight into Japanese avant-garde. All events of the program attracted a large number of visitors, who were declaring to see outstanding art in beautiful and demanding venues. A large catalog with rich content will be published in June 2016.

(Daniela Tagowska)

Date:

3 Dec. 2015 – 7 Feb. 2016

Venue:

The Museum of Architecture in Wrocław, National Museum, BARBARA, 

BOSA Gallery (Wroclaw, Poland)            

Curator from Japan:  

Fumihiko Sumitomo

Japanese artist: 

Horio Sadaharu, Hiraku Suzuki, Masaya Chiba, Kazuki  Nakahara, Mineki Murata, Chihiro Mori, Masanori Handa, Zon Ito, Ryoko Aoki, Seiji Shimoda, Kengo Kito, Mitsutoshi Burn

Programmes:

Date Programme Japanese artist Venue
3 Dec. 2015 – 31 Jan. 2016 “ TWO STICKS” Horio Sadaharu, Hiraku Suzuki, Masaya Chiba, Kazuki  Nakahara, Mineki Murata, Chihiro Mori, Masanori Handa, Zon Ito, Ryoko Aoki The Museum of Architecture in Wrocław
11-12 Dec. 2015 “IMAGINE” performance meeting Seiji Shimoda, Mineki Murata National Museum
4 Dec. 2015- 3 Jan. 2016 “STRUCTURES” solo exhibition Kengo Kito BARBARA
15 Jan. -7 Feb. 2016 “DRAWING MONSTER”  Mitsutoshi Burn BOSA Gallery


Related programmes:

Date Programme Venue

3-6 Dec. 2015, 29–31 Jan. 2016

Review of drawing animations from “Punto y Raya” Festival (Spain) The Museum of Architecture in Wrocław
4 Dec. 2015 Artist Talk with participants of “TWO STICKS” exhibition BARBARA

4, 9, 10, 12 Dec. 2015

20 Jan. 2016

Drawing Workshops for children and youths BARBARA、The Museum of Architecture, The Eugeniusz Geppert Academy of Art and Design

 

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