It’s Spring in Japan!

Tchaikovsky Moscow State Conservatory

The Scientific and Creative Center “World Music Cultures”

with the support of Japan Foundation and Japan’s Agency for Cultural Affairs

 

6 February 2013, Wednesday, 19:00

The Rachmaninoff Hall

Moscow, Bolshaya Nikitskaya st., 11

 

It’s Spring in Japan!

Music for koto and shamisen

 

 

Mrs. Miho Yamaji, professor of the Tadao Sawai School,

a participant in the program “Messenger of Japanese Culture”

 

We are happy to invite you at the concert called “It’s Spring in Japan” to be performed by Mrs. Miho Yamaji, a koto and shamisen player and a messenger of Japanese culture in Russia of the year 2013.

 

Mrs. Miho Yamaji is one of the brightest representatives of a new generation of hogaku music virtuosos. The strict classical principles of playing Japanese traditional instruments are harmoniously combined in her creative work with a freedom of self-expression, featuring the contemporary musical tradition.

 

The program “Messenger of Japanese Culture” of Japan’s Agency for Cultural Affairs aims to form and strengthen cultural relations between the people of Japan and people of other countries. Painters, musicians and other artists, enjoying a status of top-level professionals and ready to carry out their active creative, teaching and enlightening activities abroad for long, are entrusted with this mission.

 


 

Tickets can be purchased at the conservatory’s booking-offices:

+7 (495) 629 9401

For further information: +7 (495) 629 2191

 


Рассказать друзьям:
WA – ON
Ансамбль японской
музыки
Дракон и Феникс
Ансамбль китайской музыки
Караван
Группа иранской музыки
ФОТО, ВИДЕО, АУДИО
Вселенная звука
Международная научно-творческая программа
Душа Японии
Международный музыкальный фестиваль
Потомки Арктиды
Международная научно-творческая программа
Собираем друзей
Международный музыкальный фестиваль
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