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MAGCUL(MAGNET+CULTURE)
the media for art, culture and events in Kanagawa prefecture.
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Theater / Dance
2019.01.30

At the memorable Kanagawa Prefectural Hall, applaud a ballerina like a jewel!

Kanagawa Kenmin Hall 
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I went to "Jewels from MIZUKA Ⅱ" held in Kanagawa Prefectural Hall.
This place is a memorable hall for me. The debut concert in Japan was a small hall here, so it will be full of fresh and nostalgic feelings whenever you come.
It was a fine autumn day, and the trees in front of the hall seemed to speak beautifully.

Well, I love ballet because I originally wanted to be a ballerina. It is my first time to see Ms. Ueno's stage, but her style is charming and outstanding. The other dancers are great too! Ballerinas like jewelry. Two years ago, I remembered the jewels choreographed at the opera house in London with the ballantine choreography.

On this day, Gershwin played on the piano was mainly used. As a pianist, I think "I would have been better if it was live music." But I could hear my favorite song, "love walked in", and it seemed that Gershwin was performing a stylish and modern stage, so I was fascinated.
The most memorable impressions were Adagio of Carmen and Bolero of Ravel (choreographed by Laurent Petit). In Bolero, the two dancers seemed to be creatures of the future, and their movements overlapped, separated, and overwhelmed by the movements of their arms and legs.
Various concerts are always held in Kanagawa Prefectural Hall. By all means, please enjoy music and the stage in this hall. Take a walk in Yamashita Park before and after the concertThen, how about feeling the wind of Yokohama? After watching the ballet, I had a tea with a friend in a nearby stylish cafe. The handmade Earl Gray chiffon cake was delicious!

Come home after evening watching the illuminations. My heart is warm and I want to go to Christmas again!

    In 1975, in a privileged environment such as Yamashita Park, Yokohama Port and Chinatown, it was born as one of the largest large-scale cultural facilities in Japan, and a space familiar with world-class music, performing arts, and art. We hold a variety of performances, centered on artists active in the world, and work to create and promote art and culture.

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      Kanagawa Prefecture Yokohama City Naka-ku Yamashita-cho 3-1
    • TEL
      045-662-5901
    • Business Hour
      Opening hours: 9: 00 ~ (Closed time depends on performance)

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