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It's summer! It's an orchestra festival!

Feel free to enjoy! Living with a concert
File.2 Festa Summer Musa KAWASAKI 2018
(Kosaburo Mori / Music Writer)

The season of Fertival is coming.
Many people think of summer festivals as outdoor concerts of rock and pop, but in fact, the classical music world also loves summer festivals.

Since the classic season starts in autumn, various large and small events are in full bloom during the off-season.
Wagner's own "Bayreuth Festival", led by the "Salzburg Festival" held at Mozart's birthplace, "BBC Promus" where cool English people are usually enthusiastic, at a scenic Swiss resort "Lucerne Music Festival" to be held.
In Japan, some people may think of "Seiji Ozawa Matsumoto Festival (Revised Saito Kinen)".

Meanwhile, orchestra lovers are looking forward to the "Festa Summer Musa KAWASAKI" that has been held since 2005.

Muza Kawasaki Symphony Hall is famous for its good acoustics, which is highly acclaimed by maestros around the world. You can't miss such a luxurious music festival that you can enjoy the performances of major orchestras in the metropolitan area on a daily basis while enjoying the sound.
Moreover, as long as I am happy that the price is relatively low.

I personally picked up three programs from the festival that lasts for about three weeks.

First of all, the opening concert of the Tokyo Symphony Orchestra with Muza Kawasaki as the home ground.

"Knot & Tokyo x JAZZ Superstars"
■ July 21st (Sat) 15:00 Start
https://www.kawasaki-sym-hall.jp/festa/calendar/detail.php?id=2282

Jonathan Nott, who is currently the music director of the orchestra, is Toshihide, who has been a guest performer with the world's leading orchestras. This cannot be overlooked because he takes the tact himself.

Moreover, the program is an aggressive Gershwin with jazz pianist Junko Onishi. And the excitement in the 100th anniversary of birth, which was introduced in this column last timeBernstein. The momentum seems to be suddenly caught in a whirlpool of enthusiasm from the opening.

The second is a program by Kanagawa Philharmonic Orchestra to listen to French composer Saint-Saens.

《Kanagawa Philharmonic Orchestra
Exquisite French II ~ Genius Saint-Saens》
■ August 3rd (Friday) 19:00 start
* 15: 00 Open / 15: 30-Open rehearsal
https://www.kawasaki-sym-hall.jp/festa/calendar/detail.php?id=2277


Symphony No. 3 "with organ" that creates a thrilling sensuality by the fusion of pipe organ and orchestra, which can be said to be the symbol of the hall.
Please get drunk.

And the violin concerto played by Mayuko Kamio, the champion of the 2007 Tchaikovsky Competition.
Please fall in love with it.
© Shion Isaka

Third, I pushed Masaaki Suzuki's recital because I wanted him to entrust himself to the majestic sound of a pipe organ without an orchestra.
"Toccata and Fugue in D minor" that everyone can get a pinch by humming "Charara ~~"It is a concert of all Bach works including.

《Masaaki Suzuki Pipe Organ Recital
Midsummer Bach III》
■ August 11th (Sat / holiday) 18:00 start
* 17: 00 Open / 17: 20-Lobby Concert
https://www.kawasaki-sym-hall.jp/festa/calendar/detail.php?id=2290

© Marco Borggrve

Mr. Suzuki is a world-famous Bach musician and researcher who has won numerous awards. The soul of Bach emitted from an organ with 5248 pipes will resonate with what you hear as sound = vibration.

No, festivals are really good.

《Festa Summer Musa KAWASAKI 2018》
Schedule: July 21st (Sat) -August 12th (Sun), 2018
Venue: Muza Kawasaki Symphony Hall, Showa University of Music Teatro Giglio Showa
*See below for details
http://www.yaf.or.jp/mmh/recommend/2018/05/20-100.php

Outline of the event

Place

Muza Kawasaki Symphony Hall

Muza Kawasaki Symphony Hall

Kawasaki City has long supported domestic industry as an industrial city, but as the industrial structure changed, Muza Kawasaki Symphony Hall was born in 2004 as a symbol of Kawasaki City's transformation into a cultural city. It has contributed to the "town development by music" promoted by Kawasaki City, such as establishing itself as a music hall where performances by well-known orchestras are held, praised for being proud of one of the world's leading acoustics. In addition, the Tokyo Symphony Orchestra, which has a franchise tie-up with Kawasaki City, is based in Muza Kawasaki Symphony Hall and is active in daily rehearsals, creating and disseminating music art as a top runner in Japan.

Muza Kawasaki Symphony Hall provides an excellent acoustic environment that maximizes the potential of the performer, and welcomes all who come to the hall with all their heart. In addition, as a cultural base representing Kawasaki City, we aim to be a hall that will be a "seat" for the transmission and exchange of music culture, in collaboration with orchestras and musicians of various genres.

(Photo) © ︎ Satoshi Aoyagi

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