Schedule

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Charity Concert of Concertos at Cultural Center of Japan in Paris – Concerts solidarité Japon –




ON APRIL 30th 2011 ON SATURDAY AT 8 PM
place: Cultural Center of Japan in Paris
address: 101 bis, Quai Branly 75015 Paris (Metro: Bir Hakeim)
entrance fee: 15 euros
The total entrance fee from the event will be given to the Japanese Red Cross society as a donation.

reservation: 01 44 37 95 95 (Cultural Center of Japan in Paris)

Program:

  1. Antonio Lucio Vivaldi The Four Seasons, spring
  2. Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart Flute concerto No.2 K.314 in D major
  3. Johann Sebastian Bach Violin concerto No.2 BWV 1042 in E major
  4. Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart piano concerto No.23 K.488 in A major

Soloists:
Eiko Hirose (piano)
Eiichi Chijiiwa (violin)
Seiya Ueno (flute)
Japonaide Chambre Orchestre
Kanako Abe (direction)

Supports: CSJP, Japanese Culture Center in Paris, Japanese overseas resident association in France, JAPONAIDE

Participated by Sasakawa French-Japanese Foundation, YAMAHA MUSIC EUROPE.


Charity Concert of chamber music at Cultural Center of Japan in Paris – Concerts solidarité Japon –




ON APRIL 29th 2011 ON FRIDAY AT 8 PM
place: Cultural Center of Japan in Paris
address: 101 bis, Quai Branly 75015 Paris (Metro: Bir Hakeim)
entrance fee: 15 euros
The total entrance fee from the event will be given to the Japanese Red Cross society as a donation.

reservation: 01 44 37 95 95
(Cultural Center of Japan in Paris)

Program:

  1. Leos Janáček : Sonate pour violon et piano
    • Daniel Garlitsky : violin
    • David Abramovitz : piano
  2. Heitor Villa-Lobos : Valsa da dor (Valse de la douleur)
    • David Abramovitz : piano
  3. Fritz Kreisler : Chinese tambourine
    • Daniel Garlitsky : violin
    • David Abramovitz : piano
  4. Robert Schumann : Cinq piecespopulaires pour violoncelle et piano
    • Eric-Maria Couturier : cello
    • Etsuko Hirose : piano
  5. Sergueï Rachmaninov : Vocalise
    • Eric-Maria Couturier : vio lon cello
    • Etsuko Hirose : piano
  6. John Adams : Phrygian Gates-final
    • Jay Gottlieb : piano
  7. György Ligeti : Quatuor à cordes n°1 “Métamorphoses nocturnes”
    • Quatuor voce
  8. Béla Bartok : Rapsodie pour violon et piano
    • Nicolas Dautricourt : violin
    • Etsuko Hirose : piano

David Abramovitz (piano)
Jay Gottlieb (piano)
Etsuko Hirose (piano)
Nicolas Dautricourt (violin)
Eric Maria Couturier (violincello)
Daniel Garlitsky (violin)
Quatuor Voce (string quartet)

Supports: CSJP, Japanese Culture Center in Paris, Japanese overseas resident association in France, JAPONAIDE

Participated by Sasakawa French-Japanese Foundation, YAMAHA MUSIC EUROPE.


Marathon Concerts of chamber music ‘Concert No.5 at the City hall in 17th area’

ON APRIL 26th 2011 ON TUESDAY AT 20h PM
place: Mairie de 17e arrondissement – Salle des Fêtes (City hall in 17th area-Hall ‘Salle des Fêtes’)
adresse: 16, rue des Batignolles 75017 Paris (metro: Rome or Place de Clichy)
entrance fee: free, donation optionally

Program:
Toru Mayuzumi (bunraku)
Enrique Granados: Two dances (oriental and andalouse)
Joapuin Nin: Spain Suites
Astor Piazzolla: Libertango etc

With:
Patrick Langot, Juliana Laska (cello), Bruno Allen (guitar), Maya Villanueva (soprano) etc.


A charity Duo concert

date: ON APRIL 16th 2011 ON SATURDAY AT 8:30 PM
place: at La Chapelle Saint-Jean
address: 67 rue Daguerre 75014 Paris, metro Denfert-Rochereau or Gaîté
entrance fee: free, donation optionally

Naoko SAKAGAWA Oboe
Yoko NAKAMOTO piano
Duo hautbois&piano naoko&yoko

Program:
Clara Schumann: Three romance Op.22
Nikolai Rimsky-Korsakov: Flight of the Bumblebee
Guy Ropartz: Lamento
Jan Kalivoda: Salon Pieces Op.228
Frederic Chopin: Ballade No.3 Op.47
Tadasuke Ohno: Yoimachigusa (evening primrose)
Kosaku Yamada: Kono-Michi (this road)
Sakura sakura (cherry blossoms)
Yuksel Koptagel: Two songs of Japanese fisherman for victim of Hiroshima
Franz Schubert: Ave Maria


Marathon Concerts of chamber music

Japan and France Cultural Center Espace Hattori
date: ON APRIL 14th 2011 ON THURSDAY AT 8 PM
place: Japan and France Cultural Center Espace Hattori
address: 8 passage Turquetil 75011 Paris
entrance fee: free, donation optionally

Program:
Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart: piano trios No.6
A.Jorgensen: Romance
Arthur Pryor: thoughts of love
Masson: Radiance post disaster for the victim of the earthquake
Joe Hisaishi: Spirited Away, Princess Mononoke
Eisuke Tsuchida: Rhapsody for violin and piano
Yuriko Kimura: Hinomaru
Joseph-Maurice Ravel: Rapsodie espagnole

Yuriko Kimura (flute), Akiko Furusawa Lardux (trombone), Keisuke Tsushima,Aya Kono (violin),
Erwan Le Guen (cello), Mayoko Samour, Yumi Kitayama, Miori Ito, Guillaume Masson, Jean-Michel Kim, Nicola Sergio, Paul Montag (piano)


Symphony Concert: Unesco

ON APRIL 10th 2011 ON SUNDAY FROM 3 PM TO 6 PM
place: UNESCO, hall 1
address: 125, Avenue de Suffren 75007 Paris, France
entrance fee: free, donation optionally

According to the regulations of the UNESCO, it is obligatory to reserve in advance, otherwise you won’t be able to enter in the concert hall. You can do your booking by internet on this site
online reservation

Program

  • Toru Takemitsu: Requiem for string orchestra
  • Maurice Ravel: Concerto in G major for Piano
  • Antonín Dvořák: Symphony No.9

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Tomohiro Maeda Paris Connexion au Colombier de Magnanville

date: ON APRIL 9th 2011 ON SATURDAY FROM 8:30 PM TO 10:30 PM
address: Rue de Ferme 78200 Magnanville (Le Colombier – Magnanville)
Tomohiro Maeda Paris Connexion
Tomohiro Maeda (guitar)
Georges Beckerich (trumpet)
Toups Bebey (percussions)


Concert for the victim of japan

ON APRIL 2nd 2011 ON SATURDAY AT 8:30 PM
place: AUDITORIUM DU C.R.R. DE SAINT-MAUR
address: 25 rue Kruger 94100 Saint-Maur-des-Fosses
entrance fee: free, donation optionally

The total amount from event will be given to the Japanese Red Cross society as a donation through the Embassy of Japan in Paris.

Program:
My Funny Valentine, Trio with the baroque musical instrument, Folk song of Fukushima by shamisen, etc.

Atelier Georges Beckerich, Christophe Blanco (violin), Ludovic de Preissac (piano solo), Michiè Kuryu-Troman (fiddle), Robin Troman (recorder),Guillaume de Machaut (xiv th century), Sylvain Diony (shamisen), Hiroko Ito (accordion), Gwénaëlle Féret (harp), Christophe Bianco (violin), Tomohiro Maeda, Toshi Watanabe, Norio Hama (guitar)


Charity concert for earthquake victims – “our prayer”

ON APRIL 1st 2011 ON FRIDAY AT 8 PM
place: Zigloo
address: 64, rue de Rochechouart 75009 Paris
entrance fee: free

Aki FUJITANI-LERAT, Kyoko SASAKI, Kana MURAKOSHI, flutes
Sayaka NIIKURA, soprano
Emi AOKI, Akari NAKASHIMA, pianos

Yuko Uebayashi: Au-delà du Temps (Beyond the Time)
I.La lumière lointaine de nuit II. La lumière dansante
III. La lumière blanche IV. La lumière tournante dans le rêve
Charles Gounod: Ave Maria
Japanese Traditional Songs
Kousaku Yamada: Konomichi
Yoshinao Nakata: Sakura Yokocho
Kousaku Yamada: Karatachi no Hana
Four Seasons JAPAN various composers
I. spring II. summer III. fall IV. winter

Aki Fujitani-Lerat, Kyoko Sasaki, Kana Murakoshi (flute)
Sayaka Niikura (soprano)
Emi Aoki, Akari Nakashima (piano)


Marathon Concerts of chamber music: Concert with professors of French academy of music of Kyoto

Luthérienne La Trinité church
date: ON APRIL 1st 2011 ON FRIDAY AT 8 PM
place: Luthérienne La Trinité church
address: 174 Bd Vincent Auriol 75013 Paris
entrance fee: free, donation optionally

Program:

  • Johann Sebastian Bach: Sonata for flute
  • Franz Schubert: 2nd Trio with piano-Notturno
  • Robert Schumann: Contes de fées, Adagio et Allegro
  • Johannes Brahms: Sonate for violin and piano
  • Taïra: Flautissimo for 32 flutes
  • Claude Debussy: Sonate for violincello and piano
  • Popper: Requiem Op.66
  • Maurice Ravel: Mother Goose etc.

Pascal Rogé, Ami Rogé, Christian Ivaldi (piano)
Régis Pasquier (violin)
Bruno Pasquier (alto)
Philippe Muller, Kenji Nakagi, Tomomi Hirano (violoncello)
Pierre-Yves Artaud (flute)
Orchestre de Flûtes Français
Paul Méfano (direction)


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