TOKYO EXPERIMENTAL FESTIVAL Vol.8 ― TEF Performance *Open Program
|Hiroe Yasui + Keita Matsumiya + Hiromi Watanabe "Spatiotemporal Expression by Saxophone and Electronics" TOKYO EXPERIMENTAL FESTIVAL Vol.8 ― TEF Performance *Open Program
|2500 yen *Reservation required
|Tokyo Metropolitan Foundation for History and Culture, Tokyo Wonder Site
|Goethe-Institut Tokyo, Polish Institute Tokyo
This project is produced by 3 Japanese musicians working in France, an instrumentalist, a composer and an acoustic director. The program is constructed by 4 pieces of mixed music including one premiere, also by the improvisation with saxophone and electronic sounds, and by the demonstration of spatial representation with multi-channel speaker and real-time acoustics. From the 3 professional points of view to the contemporary music, we will present to visitors our approachs between the traditional musical expression and new technologies.
November 26 (Tue), 2013| 19:00-
* Door opens 30 minutes before the performance starts.
[Booking Now Closed]
Standing seats in each performance are available without reseravation. (Limited number only) Please visit venue 30 minutes before the performance starts.
Booking for TEF Performance is accepted by E-mail and Fax. Please inform us of your name, phone number, date/ time/ name of the performance, and number of tickets with the caption "Booking for TEF performance" in the subject line.
*Booking of each performance will be closed by 17:00 on the day before the performance or as soon as the seats are fully reserved.
*Payment should be made at the venue on the day of performance.
Performance unit of 3 musicians graduated from the Tokyo University of the Arts and living in Paris. Hiroe Yasui studies saxophone in the doctor course with Claude Delangle at the National Conservatory of Paris. Winner of the first prize of the competition of International Adolphe Sax. Keita Matsumiya studies the composition at the National Conservatory of Paris and at the IRCAM. His music is performed in many international festivals as Klangspuren. Hiromi Watanabe studies computermusic in the University of Saint-Etienne. Winner of ACSM116 prize in CCMC2011.