Tablatura's Music comes to AIAV!!
Not only European dance music from medieval and renaissance periods but also many works written by members of the ensemble themselves, their unique repertoire invites us to magical world.
|Date||1st September, 2019 (Sun)|
15:00 start / 14:30 open
|Venue||Akiyoshidai International Art Village Concert Hall|
|Ticket||3,500yen / Student 1,000yen|
– Akiyoshidai International Art Village Tel:0837-63-0020
– Lawson Ticket L-code: 62215
Original musics by the member of Tablatura
My New Bicycle / Crabs in the Evening and more…
European Renaissance Dances
Recercada (16C Spain) and more…
Tablatura is the new-styled ancient instruments band by Takashi Tsunoda in 1984. Tablatura’s unique repertoire includes European dance music from medieval and renaissance periods as well as many new works written by members of the ensemble themselves. They presents enjoyable concerts with an audience and were showered “BRAVO!” throughout their homeland Japan, and also in Korea, India, Egypt, Italy, Austria and Canada. Classic music? Early music? Ethnic? Pop? As a cross-genre unique “Early Music Band”, Tablatura is active all over the world.
Takashi Tsunoda [lauta, ud]
Studied the lute at the Staatliche Hochschule für Musik Köln in Germany a long time ago. Performs at many concerts and music festivals as a solo lutenist or an accompanist for lute song and chamber music mainly in Japan and UK. He also takes on musics for movies and theaters. He produced many early music CDs from his own record label for the early music “Pardon.” Now, he is the garden cat lover, a member of the self‐serving in sake drinking association of Japan.
Mizuhiro Tasaki [fiddle]
He plays and dances crazily but he certainly graduated from the Tokyo National college of Arts and Music. He also plays cello as a member of “Classical Quartet” and received the Grand Prize of Arts Festival by the Japanese Agency for Cultural Affairs. The CD, his ensemble “Ongaku Zanmai” released, got the Serai Award. He deplores “Why I am not worshiped as a man of character?”
Koji Ezaki [recorder, shawm]
He graduated from the Toho college of music and got many awards. He is also active on the many fields such as a scriptwriter, composer and arranger for the Baseball Opera “Baseball Conference” and collaboration with Rakugo “Shinigami (god of death).” He won the record academy awards in 2014. All 148 musics of “V. Eyck: Der Fluyten Lust-Hof” are recorded and released. He is now a part-time lecturer at Showa University of Music. In 2017, he played the national anthem of Japan and threw out the ceremonial first pitch as a baseball musician at Jingu Stadium.
Ikuo Kondo [percussions, hammered dulcimer]
Studied the percussion at the Kunitachi college of music. After played as a member of “Percussion Ensemble Okada of Japan,” he started producing many performances by leading “Moon Valley.” Now he is active in the ancient orchestra, contemporary music, and unit with a folk music player. Presides over “K-Drummer’s Association.”
Masashi Yamazaki [vihuela]
He is rather proud of the custom-made Vihuela that has Cat Head. After he studied classical guitar and Spanish guitar, he went to Spain and played as an accompanist of Spanish dance companies. With the full confidence from flamenco dancers and performers, he is now active in various parts in Japan.
- Organizer: Yamaguchi Kirameki Foundation Akiyoshidai International Art Village
- Supported by Yamaguchi Prefecture, Yamaguchi Board of Education, Mine City, Mine City Board of Education, Cultural Association of Yamaguchi Prefecture
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