An Evening of Classical Guitar, Flute and Violin from Japan

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An Evening of Classical Guitar, Flute and Violin from Japan

Post  JF on Sun Sep 26, 2010 10:42 am


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The Japan Foundation presents

An Evening of
Classical Guitar, Flute and Violin from Japan



大萩康司  Yasuji Ohagi (guitar): Graduate of Conservatoire de Musique, Paris
瀬尾和紀   Kazunori Seo (flute): Studied and currently resides in Paris , France
鍵冨弦太郎 Gentaro Kagitomi (violin): First prize winner of the National Students Competition at the age of 15


Wednesday, October 27, 2010 at 8:00 p.m.
Glenn Gould Studio
250 Front Street West, CBC Broadcast Centre


The most sought-after Japanese performers bring their excellence in music making to Toronto in this unique ensemble of guitar, flute and violin. The program reflects the poetic hearts of the musicians as global travellers, encompassing works from Europe, Latin America, and Japan .

This concert is part of a cross-Canada tour organized by The Japan Foundation .

Concert program:
Ravi Shankar: L'Aube Enchantée (The Enchanted Dawn)
Eugène Ysaÿe: Sonata for Solo Violin No. 6
Béla Bartók: Romanian Folk Dances
Friedrich Kuhlau: Fantaisie on a Theme from "Don Giovanni"
Leo Brouwer: Elogio de la Danza (Praise of the Dance)
Toru Takemitsu: Toward the Sea
Astor Piazzolla: Historia del Tango
Jacques Bondon: Les Folklores Imaginaires Suite No. 2

Admission: $30; students and seniors $20; reserved seating
Tickets available:

In person at the box offices of Roy Thomson Hall and Massey Hall
Please note that the tickets are not sold at Glenn Gould Studio)
Online www.roythomsonhall.com

Inquiry: 416.966.1600 x229 www.jftor.org

Presented by the Japan Foundation
In co-operation with the Consulate General of Japan in Toronto

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