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[Cancelled] All 10 movements in collaboration with electronics acoustics and chorus!

神奈川県立音楽堂 Date: 2020.10.03
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「Concert Hall Virtuoso Series vol.29 Kronos Quartet <Terry Riley "Sun Rings" Japan Premiere>」

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The concert hall Virtuoso series vol.29 "Kronos Quartet <Terry Riley" Sun Rings "Japan premiere>" scheduled to be held at Kanagawa Prefectural Music Hall will be held to prevent the spread of the new coronavirus infection. It was canceled.

A series that delivers the supreme music of masters who stand at the top of the world. "Kronos Quartet <Terry Riley" Sun Rings "Japan Premiere>" will be held on Saturday, October 3rd. To commemorate the 25th anniversary of the launch of the planetary explorer Voyager 1, NASA commissioned minimal music master Terry Riley to premiere the song "Sun Rings" in 2002 by "Kronos". Space images sent from Voyager, electronic sounds inspired by space radio waves, all 10 movements in collaboration with chorus, 90 minutes of Omagari premiere in Japan without breaks. Recorded CD2020 Grammy Award nominations!

Concert Hall Virtuoso Series Vol.27-31 deals 5 performance set tickets are also on sale for a limited time (until 4/25)! For details, go to the official website of Kanagawa Prefectural Music Hall.

April 25, 2020 (Sat) -General release
Concert Hall Virtuoso Series vol.29
Kronos Quartet <Terry Riley "Sun Rings" Japan Premiere> >
[Date] October 3rd (Sat) 17: 00- (Open at 16:30)
[Venue] Kanagawa Prefectural Music Hall
[Cast] <Kronos Quartet> David Harrington (violin), John Shaba (violin), Hank Dat (viola), Sunny Yang (cello), Chorus Yaeyamagumi (chorus)
[Song] Terry Riley: Composition "Sun Rings" <Japan Premiere>
[Price] (All seats reserved) S seat ¥ 6,200, A seat ¥ 5,700, Student (24 years old or younger, limited number) ¥ 3,000, Silver (65 years old or older, limited number) ¥ 5,500
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Kanagawa Prefectural Music Hall was opened in 1954 as Japan's first full-scale music hall as a public facility. Modeled after the Royal Festival Hall in London, the hall was designed to give the best sound effects, and was praised as "the best sound in the Orient" at the time of its opening, and the sound is still highly evaluated not only in Japan but also overseas. I will. The walls of the hall are all made of "wood", and its acoustic sound continues to impress people even 60 years after its opening. In addition, it was selected as one of the "100 Public Buildings" by the Ministry of Construction in 1998 as an excellent public facility rooted in the region, and in 1999, DOCOMOMO (modern) was selected as an important cultural heritage of the 20th century. It was selected as one of the "20 Modern Movement Architectures in Japan" by an international organization established to investigate and preserve the records of buildings and environment formation related to the movement.

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