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Saitama Hall Lunchtime Concert Vol.56 Spring Break Special
《Ma mère l'Oye》by members of the Tokyo Symphony Orchestra

Mar. 30, 2023 (Fri) Start 12:10 pm (Ends 1:00pm)

TICKET INFO

ON SALE TO GENERAL PUBLIC

Dec.18.2022(Sun)

SAITAMA ARTS FOUNDATION MEMBERS PRESALE

Dec.17.2022(Sat)

SOLDOUT

A popular concert where you can casually enjoy a first class music for 50 minutes at noon. The 56th concert will be a Spring Break Special where adults and kids can enjoy together!

This program features《Ma mère l’Oye》(with storytelling), composed by French composer Ravel, who loved children, written for the children of his friends.

Please join us for a colorful “fairy tale and music hour” featuring percussion, violin, and harp members of the Tokyo Symphony Orchestra, with narration by former members of the Shiki Theatre Company.

SHOW INFO

Date

Mar. 30, 2023 (Thu) Start 12:10 pm (Ends 1:00pm)

Venue

Saitama Hall / Large Hall

Artists

Tokyo Symphony Orchestra Members

Kyoko Tsuchiya(Violin), Jummi Tsunakawa(Percussion), Rino Kageyama(Harp),

Nobue Takagi(Host, Narration)

Program

Sarasate:〈Introduction〉,〈Habanera〉from《Carmen Fantasy》

Ravel:《Ma mère l’Oye》(with storytelling)   and other

(Script:『Ohanashi Classics 3』a series of music drama scripts by Oko Arai (Published by Artes Publishing))

Presented by

Saitama Arts Foundation

Under the auspice of

Saitama City, Saitama Prefectural Board of Education, Saitama City Board of Education

Artist Profile

Kyoko Tsuchiya / Violin

Born in Kanagawa Prefecture. After graduating from the Faculty of Music at Tokyo University of the Arts, completed the graduate course at the same university. First Prize in the Violin Division of the 48th Kamakura Student Music Competition. Won the first prize in the Ensemble Division of the 10th Osaka International Music Competition, and the Jury President’s Prize.

Currently active as a soloist and chamber musician in addition to being the first violinist of the Tokyo Symphony Orchestra.


Jummi Tsunakawa / Percussion

Born in Saitama Prefecture. Graduated from Toho Gakuen School of Music, and completed the Graduate School at the same university. Completed the training course of the Toho Orchestra Academy. Completed the NHK Symphony Academy. Participated in the Seiji Ozawa Music School Opera Project VII. From 2018 to 2019, studied at the Freiburg University of Music and Performing Arts in Germany as an overseas trainee for emerging artists by the Agency for Cultural Affairs. Currently a timpani and percussionist with the Tokyo Symphony Orchestra and a Majestic Percussion Artist.


Rino Kageyama / Harp

Received numerous awards, including first prize in the Advance Division of the Japan Harp Competition and third prize in the ARD International Music Competition in Munich. In 2018, received the Nippon Steel Music Award Fresh Artist Award. Received the Fukushima Prize and the Ikuo Hirayama Cultural Art Prize within the Tokyo National University of Fine Arts and Music. Studied at the Conservatory of Music of the Palais Coeur Normale and the Berlin University of the Arts, and completed studies at the Karajan Academy of the Berlin Philharmonic. Currently Principal Harpist of the Tokyo Symphony Orchestra and part-time lecturer at Aichi Prefectural University of Fine Arts and Music. Born in Saitama Prefecture.


Nobue Takagi / Host, Narration

After graduating from Chuo University with a degree in literature, joined the Shiki Theater Company. Has performed in many musicals. Appeared more than 2,000 times on stage in major roles, such as Connie in “A Chorus Line“, Monze in “Yuta and the Mysterious Friends”, and Majorin in “Majorin the Magician“. Since leaving the company, has also worked as a creative staff member and lecturer for produced performances. Continues to offer “life’s inspiring moments through musicals.”

TICKET INFO

SOLDOUT

PRICES

【General・Members】All seats reserved 1,000 yen

ON SALE

【Public】Dec. 18, 2022(Sun)

【SAFMembers】Dec. 17, 2022(Sat)

 

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