"More fun with nursery rhymes-let's sing music textbooks together"
Friday, June 26, 2020
Open 13:00 Start 13:30 Small Hall
All seats are free
General: 1,000 yen Friends' Association 800 yen
Music books from elementary schools, junior high schools, and high schools, such as "Furusato", "Fujiyama", and "Spring has come" can be said to be Tamatebako with many wonderful songs.
A piano accompaniment arrangement by Yasuhide Ito, who is active as a composer, brings new life to these songs. Let's sing while knowing the background of the song and enjoying it deeply.
The wonderful singing voice of the coloratura soprano Yuyo Mikumi adds a lot of splendor.
Maybe the aria of the opera will pop out. Please look forward to it.
*This performance was originally scheduled to be held on March 31, 2020 (Tuesday), but it has been postponed to the above schedule.
Customers with a ticket on March 31st (Tue) can continue to use it. (*Reissue is not possible.)
Story/Piano Yasuhide Ito (Composer/Professor of Senzoku Gakuen College of Music)
Soprano Yusumi Mikaku (Opera singer/member of the 2nd session)
-The world of music textbooks-
Sakura where Furusato Fujiyama spring came
Arashi Castle's Moon Song on the beach Give me wings and more
-Yasuhide Ito, Talking about songs-
Song of shells (written by Ryoichi Wago)
This road (Misuzu Kaneko lyrics)
～The charm and magical power of Coloratura soprano～
Spring Voice (J. Strauss)
Aria the Queen of the Night (from the opera "Mafute")
*The songs are subject to change. Thank you for your understanding.
*Please inquire by phone for wheelchair seats.
*See the Official Site for details.
You can see the original information(Japanese).