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HOPE Charity Concert for the victims of the earthquake in Japan

HOPE Charity Concert for the victims of the earthquake in Japan

Fundraising concert by Liz Cutts (flute), Juian Ogilvie (‘cello) and Kanae Furomoto (piano). Programme includes music of Piazzolla, Fauré, Bach, and others. All profits will be donated to the Japan Society’s Tōhoku Earthquake Relief Fund. Date: Sunday 12 October 2014, 2.00pm Venue: Burgh House, New End Square, Hampstead, London NW3 1LT

Ensemble “Hanabi” Concert – Songs of the East and Songs of West

Ensemble “Hanabi”  Concert –  Songs of the East and Songs of West

A Japanese women’s singing group “Hanabi” is coming from Tokyo once again to St Augustine’s Church to give a concert on Sunday, 7th September 2014. Hanabi, led by Mrs Sadako Oshikiri was originally formed by seven ladies for the concert at St Augustine’s in 2009. Since then they have been rehearsing regularly in between their […]

English Heirs ~Music for recorder and harpsichord~

English Heirs ~Music for recorder and harpsichord~

Music by Handel, Barsanti, Stanley and others. Naomi Okuda (recorder) Pawel Siwczak (harpsichord) Date: 31 August 2014 Venue: Crown Court Church of Scotland, Russell Street, Covent Garden, London WC2B Tel: 020 7836 5643 E-mail: concerts@crowncourtchurch.org Web: http://www.crowncourtchurch.org.uk Organiser: Sunday concert at Crown Court Church of Scotland, Covent Garden

Russian Favourites with Mami Shikimori

Russian Favourites with Mami Shikimori

Ditinguished Japanese pianist Mami Shikimori performs Rachmaninov Piano Concerto No 2 in Oxford’s historic Sheldonian Theatre with Oxford Proms Orchestra, conductor John Traill. The programme of Russian romantic favourites also includes Rimsky-Korsakov’s Sheherazade. Tickets £38, £28, £18, £10. Free tickets for under 18 with adult. (unsuitable for under 5) Available from Oxford Playhouse www.ticketsoxford.com 01865 […]

The Edinburgh Festival Fringe 2014: A Walk in the Dust

The Edinburgh Festival Fringe 2014: A Walk in the Dust

This unique piece of Korean theatre centres on the story of young Gretchen. Just seven years old during the Japanese occupation of the state of Joseon she is caught up in a demonstration in her town for its liberation. Killed by a Japanese gunshot, the spirit of Gretchen begs with God to let her live […]

The Edinburgh Festival Fringe 2014: Summer Scent of Edinburgh

The Edinburgh Festival Fringe 2014: Summer Scent of Edinburgh

Ensemble Lotus is scheduled to appear in the beautiful city of Edinburgh, performing pieces from a variety of genres and generations, including not only modern pieces in the intense neoclassical style of composer Jean Francaix but also film scores, such as that of the world-famous The Sound of Music and jazz renditions of famous classical […]

The Edinburgh Festival Fringe 2014: A Drinker

The Edinburgh Festival Fringe 2014: A Drinker

The life of Myung-su is colourful in many ways. He has a lifelong relationship with the bottle. Just as his life was looking bright, his business goes bankrupt and he is left with nothing but debt. Believing that all hope is lost, he drinks his money away but finds hope again when he starts a […]

Bottle Mail from Okinawa

Bottle Mail from Okinawa

Following the success of last year’s four-star productions, Ship of the Ryukyu returns to the Edinburgh Fringe with an exciting traditional song and dance show from Okinawa. When a bottle containing an ancient message is opened the audience are taken back in time to the glorious Ryukyu Kingdom. Featuring live sanshin and flute music as […]

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