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ALL Schubert Program with baritone singer Teruhiko Komori as a guest

Kanagawa Kenmin Hall Date: 2021.02.19
Until:-7 days

「Everyone loves Schubert Schubertiade-with students from Tokyo College of Music and Teruhiko Komori-」

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This year's 16th year, the Career Education ACT Project unique to Tokyo College of Music has held concerts at Suntory Hall, Tokorozawa Civic Culture Center Muse, Yokohama City Aoba Ward Center Philia Hall, Kanagawa Kenmin Hall, etc. It was. We deliver high-level concerts planned and produced by students of Tokyo College of Music, and performed by excellent performers recommended by the university's professors. In recent years, it has also become attractive that leading Japanese musicians such as Kiyoshi Somura (guitar), Yasuko Otani (violin), and Noriko Ogawa (piano) have made guest appearances from the professors of Tokyo College of Music. ..

This year's project is known as Japan's first German court singer, and the guest is Professor Teruhiko Komori, a baritone singer who is still active on the front lines such as opera performances of the Nikikai and recitals of German songs. The theme is "Schubertiade" -with a talk by Professor Komori, who spent 17 years in Germany, we planned a concert to deepen the understanding of Schubert and allow anyone to enjoy the goodness of Schubert. Not only the famous songs, but also the well-established masterpiece songs are accompanied by Japanese subtitles projected in real time, making it a program that allows you to enjoy the deep world of Schubert more than ever.

ALL Schubert Program with baritone singer Teruhiko Komori as a guest

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Everyone loves Schubert Schubertiade
-With students from Tokyo College of Music and Teruhiko Komori-
[Date and time] February 19th (Friday) 19: 00- (scheduled to end at 21:00)
[Venue] Kanagawa Kenmin Hall Small Hall
[Cast] Teruhiko Komori (Professor, Tokyo College of Music), Mako Ikezawa, Takumi Inagaki, Shota Kaya, Aimi Suzuki, Kina Maeda, Chaoyang Awakuni, Miki Sato, Yuriko Hirasawa, Nautical Mile Nakamura
[Songs] F. Schubert: Great Hen D118, Demon King D328, Trout D550, Trout Quintet in A major "Trout" 4th movement D667, Improvisation D899, Winter Journey D911 (excerpt), etc.
[Price] (All seats reserved) General ¥ 2,000, Student ¥ 1,000
[Ticket sales] Ticket Kanagawa TEL.0570-015-415 (Reception hours 10: 00-18: 00)
[Organizer] Tokyo College of Music ACT Project
[Co-sponsored] Kanagawa Kenmin Hall, Agency for Cultural Affairs, Tokyo College of Music
[Inquiries] 03-3982-4170 (Musical Instrument Room, Ikebukuro Campus, Tokyo College of Music)
* Please refrain from entering preschool children.

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