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The Women of Ishikawa

The Women of Ishikawa

Be drawn into the faraway world of The Women of Ishikawa. It is a selection of strange, hilarious, and tragic folk stories from the mountains of Ishikawa, brought over from Japan and performed by Doubtful Sound. The show is in a mix of Kaga-ben (the local dialect) and English, and the stories are sprinkled with […]

Masayuki Tayama – Piano Recital hosted by Markson Pianos

Masayuki Tayama – Piano Recital hosted by Markson Pianos

Masayuki Tayama, one of today’s most accomplished pianists, is much in demand across Europe and Japan. He first came to prominence when he won First Prize in the Takahiro Sonoda International Piano Competition in Japan, followed by numerous top prizes in Europe, including the Birmingham International Piano Competition. Tayama studied at the Toho University of […]

KCC House Concert with Resonanz Duo

KCC House Concert with Resonanz Duo

The Resonanz Duo aim to explore the different sound worlds of flute and marimba, always seeking new ways to contrast and combine the two instruments. Their repertoire spans from the baroque to the contemporary, and they aim to continually expand the possibilities for this unusual ensemble. Laura Davies (flute) and Hyungi Lee (marimba) are both […]

MODE curated by Ryuichi Sakamoto

MODE curated by Ryuichi Sakamoto

MODE is a new annual series of events, staged in collaboration with multiple organisations in different venues across London, featuring a diverse mix of music, visual art, performance and film. The inaugural MODE programme has been curated by Japanese composer, pianist and electronic pioneer Ryuichi Sakamoto, and will present a range of emerging and established […]

Tadashi Imai Piano Recital

Tadashi Imai Piano Recital

Pianist Tadashi Imai presents a concert to celebrate the 100th anniversary of Poland’s independence at Polish Social & Cultural Association, London. Program: Oginski: Polonaise “Pozegnanie Ojczyzny” (Farewell to Homeland) Chopin: Grande Valse Brillante E-flat major Op.18 Chopin: 3 Mazurkas Op.59 Chopin: Ballade No.4 in F minor Op.52 Chopin: Nocturne in D-flat major Op.27 No.2 Chopin: […]

Noh Reimagined 2018: Sublime Illusions

Noh Reimagined 2018: Sublime Illusions

This year’s edition will showcase Mugen (“phantasmal”) Noh – a genre of Noh in which the main actor appears as a ghost in the dream of a travelling monk, who is played by the supporting actor. The ghost then tells the tragic story of its past life, expressing deep regret and lamentations, hoping to find […]

Sumire Kuribayashi n Friends – Concert presented by Yokohama Calling

Sumire Kuribayashi n Friends – Concert presented by Yokohama Calling

Hideaki Kanazawa and Sumire Kuribayashi. Nijuso, meaning duet, make their debut UK performance, playing tunes from their repertoire that are intimate and explorative, tender and compelling, that carry the listener on new journeys through familiar landscapes. Jason Yarde and Mark Mondesir will expand the colour palette and dynamics, adding saxophones and drums in duo, trio […]

Trojan Women

Trojan Women

Date: 2 Jun 2018 – 3 Jun 2018 Venue: Queen Elizabeth Hall, Southbank Centre Singaporean director Ong Keng Sen breathes new life into the third tragedy of Euripides’ trilogy in this contemporary opera. Trojan Women fuses modern music and pansori, the 400-year-old Korean genre of storytelling, with the classic Greek tragedy. Troy may be defeated, […]

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