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Cellist Yuko Mizutanigawa Concert Series “Small Music Festival in Kamakura Vol.3” Final Cello de Bach! ～Talking about Bach, Bach talks～The event will be held, and tickets will be sold at the confeti
Organized by Toymist Enne, “Small Music Festival in Kamakura Vol.3” Cello de Bach! ~Bach Talks, Bach Talks~ will be held on Saturday, November 26, 2022 at Sasuke Salon (Sasano House) in Kamakura (1-2-9 Sasuke, Kamakura City, Kanagawa Prefecture).
Tickets are on sale at Confetti (operated by Long Run Planning Co., Ltd., Shinjuku-ku, Tokyo, CEO: Daigo Kurematsu).
Tickets on sale at Confetti
The “Small Music Festival in Kamakura” by cellist Yuko Mizutanigawa was very popular, and it was held for the third time following the spring! A series of concerts with fun talks by internationally active artists at an elegant mansion in the ancient capital of Kamakura. Enjoy the essence of the cello world with Bach at the final
performance of the series on November 26th. (participated in the 17th Kamakura Art Festival)
The cello is said to be the closest instrument to the human voice. I want to tell you that even one person can draw such a rich world. Please look forward to the narration that makes Bach feel familiar! [Image 2
Mizutanigawa, who has been called “a warm tone that encourages and envelops you” (Tokyo Shimbun) and “a cello that knocks your heart” (Mainichi Shimbun), began playing the cello at the age of 5. After completing the diploma course at the same university, he graduated at the top of his class from the Salzburg Mozarteum Conservatory and completed a master’s degree at the same graduate school.At the same time, he began performing in Europe while studying at the soloist course at the Santa Cecilia National Academy in Rome. Winner of the 6th Tokyo International Chamber Music Competition, Hideo Saito Award and Asahi Beer Award, 2nd place at the Pinerolo International Chamber Music Competition in Italy, Baroque Saar Award, etc. Currently based in Japan and Germany, he is active as a soloist and chamber musician in each country.
In 2018, she appeared on many radio and television programs, and in 2018 she worked as a radio personality for one year, and won the Excellence Award at the 2018 Agency for Cultural Affairs Art Festival for NHK FM “Nagasaki Prayer Sound”.
The latest album “Black Swan” released from an American label in the fall of 2020 has been well received, such as being selected as the best new album on NY Public Radio the following month.
“Small Music Festival in Kamakura Vol.3” Cello de Bach! ~ Talking about Bach, Bach talks ~
Performance date: Saturday, November 26, 2022 Doors open 13:30 / Performance starts 14:00
Venue: Kamakura Sasuke Salon (Sasano Residence) (1-2-9 Sasuke, Kamakura City, Kanagawa Prefecture)
Yuko Mizutanigawa (cello)
toy miso enne
■ Ticket price
General: 4,000 yen
Student: 3,000 yen
(all seats free, tax included)
*If you are a student, please present your student ID card.
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