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The 8th installment of the "Harpsichord Charm" series is delivered under the theme of "mélanger-mixing"

Kanagawa Kenmin Hall Date: 2021.03.27
27 days until the event

「The 108th Performing Arts Lecture The charm of the harpsichord VIII Mélanger ~ Mix」

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I still can't forget the surprise when I mixed Kiiro and Ao and it turned green. While valuing each individuality, if you mix them together, new things will be born. It seems that there were many such excellent examples (and probably failures) in the world of music. It is said that Bach and Couplin and others tried to mix Italian and French music at that time in their own ways, and also mixed the orchestral writing style with the harpsichord music. As a result, there are still works that bring out an unexpectedly rich sound. Mixing may mean that different things meet and create new energy. We have introduced the suites of Asahi Matsuoka little by little each time, but finally you will hear the final version. I can't wait to see what nice things are mixed together.

The eighth installment of the "Harpsichord Charm" series, which has been in Corona for the first time in two years, will be delivered under the theme of "mélanger-mixing". We hope you enjoy a wonderful Saturday afternoon with the sound of the harpsichord at the Kanagawa Kenmin Hall near the sea.

--- Naoya Otsuka

The 8th installment of the "Harpsichord Charm" series is delivered under the theme of "mélanger-mixing"

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108th Performing Arts Course
The charm of the harpsichord VIII
Mélanger ~ Mix
[Date and time] March 27 (Sat) 14: 00- (Open at 13:15)
[Venue] Kanagawa Kenmin Hall Small Hall
[Cast] Naoya Otsuka (harpsichord, story)
[Program] JS Bach: Partita No. 2 in C minor BWV826, F. Coupla: 8th Oldle from "Clavesan Songbook Vol. 2", Asahi Matsuoka: New work (commissioned work by Kanagawa Kenmin Hall, premiere), etc.
[Price] (All seats reserved) General ¥ 2,000, Students (24 years old or younger, limited number) ¥ 1,500
[Ticket reservation] Ticket Kanagawa TEL.0570-015-415 (Reception hours 10: 00-18: 00)
[Organizer] Kanagawa Kenmin Hall
[Sponsor] Japan Harpsichord Association
[Inquiry] 045-633-3721 (Kanagawa Kenmin Hall Business Division)
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