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Open Lesson by MCO Members
for High School Students

May 24 (Sat.), 2014

In July 2014, Ibaraki Prefecture will be the site of the 38th All-Japan High School Culture Festival. Mito Chamber Orchestra (MCO) members will give master lessons to the high-school string and wind instrumentalists who makeup Ibaraki's delegation to the festival. The lecturers will also be giving mini-concerts. The lessons will be open to the general public without charge.

[Students]
Joint String Orchestra of High Schools in Ibaraki Prefecture (Noriko Kawakami, Conductor)

[Teachers]
Yasushi Toyoshima, Violin
Miwako Watanabe, Violin
Mazumi Tanamura, Viola
Sadao Harada, Violoncello
Hiroshi Ikematsu, Contrabass

[Pianist of the Mini Concert]
Hiroshi Kato, Piano

[Ensemble Lesson]
Holst (Arr. Tei Ho): "Jupiter" from The Planets, Op.32
J.S. Bach: Jesu, Joy of Man's Desiring
Holst: Finale from Saint Paul's Suite, Op.29-2

[Mini Concert Program]
J.S.Bach: Chaccone from Partita for Solo Violin No. 2 in D minor, BWV1004
 Yasushi Toyoshima, Violin
Mozart: Duo for Violin and Viola No. 1 in G major, K.423
 Miwako Watanabe, Violin; Mazumi Tanamura, Viola
Schumann: Fantasiestücke, Op.73
 Sadao Harada, Violoncello; Hiroshi Kato, Piano
Motoharu Kawashima: Paganinissimo
 Hiroshi Ikematsu, Contrabass

Price

Admission Free (Admission ticket is necessary)
Start 14:00 / Open 13:30

Ticket Distribution Location

Art Tower Mito Entrance Hall Tickets Sales
Ibaraki Prefectural Culture Center
Nova Hall



Yasushi Toyoshima

Violin

Miwako Watanabe

Violin

Mazumi Tanamura

Viola

Sadao Harada

Violoncello

Hiroshi Ikematsu

Double-bass



Hiroshi Kato

Piano


Outline

Title

Open Lesson by MCO Members
for High School Students


Venue

Concert Hall ATM


Dates

5/24(Sat.)/2014


Organaized by

Ibaraki Prefecture, Ibaraki Prefectural Board of Education, Ibaraki Cultural Foundation, Mito Arts Foundation


Supported by

Mito City, Mito City Board of Education, Ibaraki Prefectural Band Association, Ibaraki Prefectural Senior High School Cultural Federation


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