2017. 12 - 2018. 3

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  • Arts Council Tokyo

    MIZUKAGAMI of Noh “HAGOROMO” –Imagination to project-

    Feb. 12, Mon., 2018 14:00 / Nikkei Hall

    • Like a novel or art museum, appreciating Noh theatre requires imagination. By amplifying the literary aspect and worldview of Noh theatre, this film will make viewers want to see a real Noh performance.

      Kazufusa Hosho “The School of Hosho Grand Master XX”

    • For people who think of traditional theatre as being beyond them, I think this could present it in an accessible way.

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  • Tokyo Metropolitan Theatre

    Tokyo Metropolitan Theatre, Concert Opera vol.5 G.Bizet Opera “Les Pêcheurs de perles”

    Feb. 24 Sat., 2018 14:00 / Concert Hall

    • “Les Pêcheurs de perles” is a spectacular French opera overflowing with beautiful music. The opera has only been performed twice before in Japan, the last time 13 years ago, so this rare opportunity is not to be missed!

      Tokyo Metropolitan Theatre Yoshiki Nakamura

    • What makes opera interesting for me is the combination of technique and theatricality in the vocal performance which ties the story together, at moments completely changing the atmosphere. I think women in particular will enjoy the passionate love story told in this opera.

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  • Tokyo Arts and Space


    Feb. 24 Sat. - Mar. 25 Sun., 2018

    • An exhibition aimed at supporting young artists through the sale of their work. Each piece is size 10 (530mm on the longest side) or under, and all priced around ¥30,000, making them ideal for a first-time art purchase.

      Tokyo Arts and Space Ayako Oshima

    • Having smaller works priced around ¥30,000 seems like a good way to make art accessible. For the young artists as well, it's a good PR opportunity. It seems like an interesting experiment.

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