Felix Mendelssohn Bartholdi Foundation Japan Branch
Mendelssohn Foundation 2021 Gathering Young Artist Project
Mendelssohn and Leipzig

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Kae Hirakawa:[Commissioned Work and Premiere]In Labyrinth Wind ~
J.S. Bach:Unaccompanied Cello Suite No.2 in D minor BWV1008
Felix Mendelssohn Bartholdi: Cello Sonata No. 2 Ninaga The Young Artists Project is a new program organized by the Felix Mendelssohn Bartholdi Foundation For the purpose of introducing promising young musicians and commissioning new works to composers. The first event was organized by Daiki Michibata (conductor), the first scholarship student of the Fund.
Mendelssohn was involved in the establishment of a music school in Leipzig and actively trained young musicians, including introducing new musicians. This spirit has also been passed down through the Foundation, which has produced three young conductors as scholarship students and provided opportunities to receive the training of the late Kurt Mazua.
Both Mr. Yamazawa of the cello and Mr. Hirakawa of the composer are extremely talented people who are already widely recognized in the stage due to their achievements in famous competitions and wide-ranging activities. They were classmates in college, and it is expected that they will create a more intimate and inspired interaction between the performer and the composer.

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Appearance

cello? Satoshi Yamazawa ? piano? Ayako Toba ? Commissioned composition? Kae Hirakawa ? Produce? Michibata Daiki

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Schedule

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2021/7/10 (Sat)

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Saturday, July 10, 14:00 start (13:30 open)

Ticket Fee

General: 4,000 yen
Students: 1,000 yen
(all seats reserved, tax included)
*Student tickets are for students from junior high school students to 24 years old. Please bring your student ID card with you on the day.

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