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Ayaka Tanimoto (mezzo-soprano) and Kumi Matsuo (piano) – ‘A Concert For Christmas’

Ayaka Tanimoto (mezzo-soprano) and Kumi Matsuo (piano) – ‘A Concert For Christmas’

Programme: A deligthful selection of operatic and seasonal favourites from the golden voice of Ayaka Tanimoto supported by multi-international prize winning pianist Kumi Matsuo. A. Lara (1897 – 1970) : Granada G. Bizet (25 October 1838 – 3 June 1875) : Habanera Pablo Luna (1879 – 1942) : Zarzuela “De España vengo” F. Obrador (1897 […]

The Way of the Drum November 2014 UK Tour

The Way of the Drum November 2014 UK Tour

Experience the thundering, exhilarating rhythms of Taiko in a dynamic and captivating show, and gain a unique insight into the world of this powerful art form. A fusion of primal rhythm, energy, choreographed movement and infectious humour to captivate audiences of all ages and backgrounds… After years of performing at some of the country’s most […]

Violin legend Kyung Wha Chung makes comeback to the UK stage with recitals in London and Liverpool

Violin legend Kyung Wha Chung makes comeback to the UK stage with recitals in London and Liverpool

Returning to London for the first time in twelve years, the multi-Gramophone-award- winning violin legend Kyung Wha Chung gives a comeback recital at the Royal Festival Hall with pianist Kevin Kenner on 2 December 2014, following a preview in Liverpool. The Korean violinist is back in full force following a finger injury, which forced her […]

Jenna Sung’s Piano Solo Concert

Jenna Sung’s Piano Solo Concert

Identified by Gramophone as the ‘talent of tomorrow – today’, Jenna Sung gives her debut Wigmore Hall recital as a prize for the 2013 Jaques Samuel Pianos Competition. Jenna has won many first prizes at international competitions and is performing world wide including in the UK, Italy, Poland, Germany, France and Korea. Programme Haydn Piano […]

Royal Academy of Music Concert Piano Recital

Royal Academy of Music Concert Piano Recital

‘Yuko Sano was born in Tokyo, Japan. She graduated from Tokyo University of the Arts and had a successful debut recital in Tokyo at the age of 15 to an audience of 1200. She won the 1st prize two consecutive years running at a composition competition in Tokyo and was given ‘Special Award of the […]

Tokyo Jazz Fest. London

Tokyo Jazz Fest. London

The inaugural “Tokyo Jazz Fest. London” is brought to Pizza Express Jazz Club Soho by Andrew Chapman and Bence Bolygo (Bolygomusic Productions) in partnership with the Japanese pianist, composer and producer Makoto Kuriya and the Japan Foundation. The five night Festival, from 27th October 2014 to 31st October 2014 will showcase an impressive range of […]

Madame Butterfly by Puccini

Madame Butterfly by Puccini

Opéra de Baugé brings Puccini’s Madame Butterfly to Rose Theatre Kingston. This poignant and ultimately tragic story of a young girl deceived and abandoned is performed in the traditional Japanese setting. Beautifully sung by Karlene Moreno Hayworth in her professional role debut in the lead part, the 40-strong orchestra is conducted by Philip Hesketh, with […]

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

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London United Korean Fan Club

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