New-audience focused performance "NOHGAKU for everyone"
「馬場あき子と行く 歌枕の旅」第４回 上野国・佐野
Appearance / song / card
Lecture Akiko Baba
Noh "Funabashi" (Hosho style) Yusuke Kanai
"Utamakura" is a famous place and historic site often written in Japanese poems. Nowadays, there are many places that are rarely looked after, but by being sung in Japanese poetry, "Utamakura" is lyrically associated with specific images such as nature and legends, and is longed for by ancient and medieval poets. It was the place of. The land of such "Utamakura" is also the setting for many Noh works.
In this performance, a Noh performance set in a Utamakura that exists on the Tosan road that connects Mutsu from the capital will be performed in a series of five times. Before the performance of the work, Akiko Baba, a poet and person of cultural merit, will give a lecture on the land of "Utamakura" and the songs that were sung. It is a performance where you can enjoy Noh more tastefully by knowing the land and the songs.
The 4th performance will be Noh "Funabashi", which depicts the tragedy and delusion of love between men and women living across the river, set in Sano, the Utamakura of Kozuke Province.
Released from noon on Saturday, December 5, 2nd year of ReiwaRemarks
◆ Based on administrative guidelines, seats will be sold at regular intervals and the number of seats will be reduced.
◆ If you wish to purchase two or more tickets, please sit down with a gap.
◆ To alleviate the congestion at the ticket window, we will stop collecting tickets at the window for those who purchased online (excluding Tomo no Kai members). Please pick it up at 7-Eleven.
You can see the original information(Japanese).