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Bach, Mozart, Gershwin ... feel more comfortable with organ music.

Kanagawa Kenmin Hall Date: 2019.11.03
Until: -82 days

「CD "JOY OF BACH" Japan Sales Memorial Keiko Nakata Organ Recital -JOY OF ORGAN-」

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Because it is a very solemn instrument, I think there are probably many people who feel the distance from the organ. Some may not want to go as casually as a piano or violin concert. Even more so if you think the classics themselves are expensive. While I think that the nobleness that is out of reach is attractive, I would like you to feel a little closer to this instrument without being bound by pre-established concepts, and to enjoy organ music easily.

Aside from the difficult rationale, I created a debut CD "Joy of Bach" with such feelings that I want you to enjoy purely organ music and Bach's favorite music. In this concert, in addition to Bach's work played on CD, I would like to play other composers' works, as well as songs that were not originally composed for the organ. I enjoyed playing myself and chose only songs that seemed purely fun. May it be time to enjoy the organ with everyone !!

--- Keiko Nakata

CD "JOY OF BACH" Japan sales commemoration
Keiko Nakata Organ Recital -JOY OF ORGAN-
[Date] November 3 (Sun / Holiday) 14:00-(13:30 Open)
[Venue] Kanagawa Prefectural Hall Small Hall
[Performers] Keiko Nakata (Organ)
[Song] J.S. Bach: Toccata and Fugue in D minor, BWV565, Minor Fugue in B minor, BWV578, "There is a voice to wake up" BWV645, WA Mozart: Variations on a glittering star, G. Gershwin: Rhapsody in Blue, etc.
* Tracks are subject to change without notice. Please note.
[Price] (All seats free) ¥ 2,000
[Organizer] Planning Office Nature
[Ticket sales] Ticket Kanagawa WEB reservation from here ! TEL.0570-015-415 (10: 00-18: 00)
[Inquiry] 045-433-6274 (Planning Office Nature)
* Please refrain from entering preschool children.

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