Kanagawa Philharmonic Orchestra “Classical x Toru Takemitsu” Performance Report
Kanagawa Philharmonic Orchestra Ongakudo Series 2013
Toru Takemitsu and Classical Classical Music ~Upcoming Conductors and Masters of the Kanagawa Philharmonic Orchestra~
2013.7.6 (Sat) Kanagawa Prefectural Music Hall
This time, Mr. Magcal: Kanako Saito
On July 6th, I went to Yokohama's Ongakudo to listen to "Toru Takemitsu and Classical Classical Music"!
There was a bus from Sakuragicho for this time, but this time I went to the music hall from Minatomirai on foot. A signboard was set up to the music hall, so you can enjoy a walk without getting lost.
Arrived while watching (^ ^) v
When you pass through the yellow gate of the concert hall, there are many people! But it didn't feel cramped.
Going further into the room, the ceiling was high, and soft light streamed in through the tall windows. I referred to the homepage of the music hall.
By the way, the wall of the hall is made of wood, and the tone seems to resonate beautifully. I was excited about this as it was the perfect environment for listening to music.
My seat was not in the front, but at the end of the second row.
In Beethoven, the appearance of him suffering from hearing loss matched Mr. Kane's ghastly expression, and the audience was more and more swallowed by the performance that did not allow them to let their guard down.
Bravo! And a storm of applause.
I'm completely ignorant about musical instruments, but when I listened to Mr. Kurata's trombone this time, I could feel the expression of the trombone, from the relaxed and powerful tone to the gentle bass that disappears.
I feel like I know the rich side. I feel like I've learned a lot in a short amount of time.
During the performance, Mr. Kurata uses his hands and cups to change the timbre.
I was taught that it is a technique called "mute". Looking closely at Mr. Kurata, his eyes were sparkling and he had a wonderful smile...
In addition, during the encore "Small Sky", it was not Mr. Kurata's trombone that resounded in the venue, but his singing voice! This surprised me. Heartfelt nostalgia for the past
A singing voice enveloped the hall, and I got excited with the next lady.
During the break, a shop is opened for this time, and it is a wave of people. While thinking that it is strange that so many people are quietly listening to the same music, I decided to try Lemon Tea Cookie.
purchased! It's a blissful time to eat delicious sweets after listening to music *^^*
Other accessories, Kanagawa Philharmonic goods and CDs were on sale.
The performance was over in no time, and I got on the train to go home.
The time I spent in the music hall was very luxurious. After listening to music, my heart feels at ease and my energy rises.
While gazing at the cloudless sky, I wanted to cherish the culture of music that heals and enriches the heart regardless of whether it was in the past or now.
Kanako Saito Profile
In 2011, he entered the Department of Painting, Faculty of Art and Design, Tokyo Zokei University. Majored in wide area studies and studied under Koji Mori.
Currently, he uses video and performance to articulate things that do not exist, such as emotions, time, and dreams.
I'm making it to drop it into. Born in Saitama prefecture. Staircase.