Aomori Prefectural Museum of Art
Aleco Hall Special Concert
5 Piano Concert "10hands Vol.2"

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Performance content

Marc Chagall's ballet "Aleco"
A huge space Aleco Hall with all four stage background paintings.
a world of five pianos that resonates profoundly.

5 pianists and 5 pianos play a powerful performance that is unparalleled in
Japan. The
2 people and 3 people, a varied ensemble, and the special project "Bolero" performed by 10 junior high and high school students in the prefecture of .

19th performance will also be live-streamed at the same time!
enjoy the performance of a
charming 5 pianos with even greater scale and depth.

[Performance]
Suite "Planet" composed by G. Holst
"Bolero" - 5 units 20 moves - M. Ravel composition (arranged by Nanae Nishizawa), etc.

Performances Homepage

https://www.aomori-museum.jp/schedule/10376/

Appearance

Kimiko Takami ? Eri Murata ? Takaya Sano ? Shingo Sato ? Akihiro Sakitani ? Junior high and high school students in the prefecture participating in the "Bolero" performance?? Yuu Shiyama, Michiru Sasaki, Yui Kasai, Atsuki Funabashi, Yuyo Yamazaki?

Staff

Sponsorship? Aomori Prefectural Museum of Art Performing Arts Promotion Executive Committee 縲$ツ Mori Prefectural Museum of Art ? Support? Cooperative Aomori General Wholesale Center ? Assistance? Regional Creation

Schedule

<Period>
2022/9/18 (Sun) 〜2022/9/19 (Mon)

<Schedule>
September 18 (Sun) Open 18:00 / Start 18:30
September 19 (Mon) Open 18:00 / Start 18:30

Ticket Fee

Adults 3,000 yen / High school students and under 2,000 yen
(All seats reserved advance purchase only, separate fee 330 yen)

confetti seats
500 yen discount! General 3,000 yen → confetti seats 2,500 yen!

For tickets here, [Telephone reservations] is also available.
Confetti Ticket Center
0120-240-540
(weekdays 10:00-18:00)
+ Ticketing Fee

Venue

Aomori Prefectural Museum of Art Aleco Hall

Remarks

【WEB Reservation】
・WEB reservation will be accepted until 16:30 on the day of the performance.
/ Membership registration (free) is required.
- Choose your preferred seat.
・Payment can be made at 7-Eleven stores (payment deadline is 1 week) or by credit card. Please pick up your
ticket at the 7-Eleven cash register. (Ticketing deadline is 17:30 on the day of the performance)

[Telephone reservation]
/ Telephone reservation will be accepted until 18:00 on Friday, September 16.
/ Toll free, operator will respond.
・ Seats are not available for your own use. Thank you for your understanding.
・Payment is only available at 7-Eleven stores (payment deadline 1 week). Please pick up your
ticket at the 7-Eleven cash register. (Ticketing deadline 17:30 on the day of the performance)

[Note]
・Changes and cancellations after application due to your own convenience are not possible. Thank you for your understanding.
・ Photography and recording during the performance are prohibited.
may be reflected on the distribution screen. Thank you for your understanding. For
/ wheelchair viewing, please contact the secretariat before booking.
・ Please refrain from viewing preschoolers. There is a free childcare service (capacity of 4 people), so please contact the secretariat by September 9 (Friday) if you wish.

Organizations Overview

The Aomori Prefectural Museum of Art disseminates the artistic climate of Aomori Prefecture to the world by exhibiting many works by artists rich in individuality related to the local area, such as Yoshitomo Nara's "Aomori Inu," Shigong Tsunakata, Toru Narita, and Noboru Baba, in a unique building designed by Jun Aoki inspired by the adjacent "Sannai Maruyama Ruins." In addition, there is also the Aleco Hall, a huge space with a four-story atrium that displays the stage background painting of the ballet "Aleco" by Marc Chagall, one of the leading painters of the 20th century. In addition to the first, second, and fourth acts of the "Aleco" stage background painting owned by the museum, the third act is currently borrowed from the Philadelphia Museum of Art in the United States, and you can see all four works at once at the museum. In addition to art, we are also developing performing arts activities such as music, film, and theater that make use of characteristic spaces.

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