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Fall 2019 Season Announcement

We are delighted to announce our exciting Fall 2019 Season! 

Please mark your calendar. 


A Special Concert at Weill Recital Hall at Carnegie Hall, New York
on Sunday, October 6th, 2019 at 2pm!




 

♦️WIND OF TSUGARU in New York ♦️
Sunday, October 6, 2019 at 2pm
at Weill Recital Hall at Carnegie Hall

featuring Japanese bamboo flute from
Tsugaru region (Aomori, Japan) and
taiko drums joined by the western instruments. 

 

Wabisabi (侘寂)*world premiere
Kamigamino Sumumori (神々の棲む森)  *U.S.premiere
and more *including the U.S. and world premieres
composed by Bunta Satoh

TSUGARU(津軽)for Tsugarubue and Cello (2019) *world premiere
I. Jyoppari    II. Karakiji    III. Motsuke
composed by Satoshi Kanazasa 

Kimori (木守り(2019)  *world premiere
composed by Yui Kitamura

and traditional festival music from Tsugaru region including
Neputa Festival Music(ねぷた囃子)
Mountain Climbing Sacred Music - Tozan Bayashi (お山参詣登山囃子) 

Satoh Bunta, Tsugarubue (bamboo flute from Tsugaru region, Aomori prefecture)
Hiro Hayashida and Sota Asano, Taiko Drums
Chihiro Shibayama, Percussion
--La Moda Trio--
Stephanie Matthews, Violin    Reenat Pinchas, Cello    Hsin-Ni Liu, Piano



Tickets
$45 & $35 Orchestra, $25 Balcony
Student and Senior Discounts available at the Box Office
carnegiehall.org (direct link)
CarnegieCharge 212-247- 7800
Box Office at 57th and Seventh 



Please use Promo Code TYO31865
to receive 20% discount for the orchestra seats.
There are student and senior discounts available at the Box Office.
57th & 7th Ave. NYC

 

Presented by Multicultural Sonic Evolution

Supported by 
Consulate General of Japan in New York
Hirosaki City
Japan 2009
Japanese Chamber of Commerce & Industry of New York, Inc.
The Nippon Club, Inc.
Aomori Hometown Club of New York
Hoku Hoku Kai


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Kamigamino Sumumori (The Forest Where the Gods Live)
composed by Bunta Satoh

Bunta Satoh, Tsugarubue
Yui Kitamura, piano

Video from Concert in Hirosaki, Japan

Prior to our Carnegie Concert, we have another exciting event:
"
NEPUTA LIGHT WORKSHOP"
at Nippon Club, NYC.
Saturday, September 28th, 2019 at 1pm


Date: Saturday, September 28, 2019
Time: 1pm-3pm (12:30 Door opens)
Venue: Nippon Club 2nd Floor Rose Room
Workshop tuition (including material):  Member $ 20 / Non-member $25
Capacity: 40 people
Contact: Call at 212-581-2223 or E-mail at yhonda@nipponclub.org(Yasuko Honda) and send a check by September 26th. No cancellations or refunds after September 26th.

This event is organized by Nippon Club, Inc.
 
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We are very grateful that New York Aomori Kenjinkai
(Aomori Hometown Club) is hosting an event to support our Carnegie Concert!


Bunta & Friends Special Concert "
at The Blue Building
Tuesday, October 1, 2019 at 6pm




Awesome Food & Drinks from Aomori prefecture
Live Music
$30/person
In order to prepare enough food, we kindly ask you to reserve by email : aomori.ny@live.com 

This event is organized by New York Aomori Kenjinkai (Aomori Hometown Club).
 
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Join us! 


SOUNDS OF ARTS FESTIVAL 2019
November 20th - 26th, 2019
at Secret Theatre
4402 23rd St, Long Island City, NY 11101


This year's theme is
"JAPONISM"

performances by
Musikapiphany
MuSE Chorus
Artists By Any Other Name
The Pleiades Project
Amaterasu-za
unShout the Noise Theater
Iktus Percussion

music and theatre created by or inspired by Japanese artists and/or arts & culture.

 
Sounds of Arts Festival 2019 is made possible with funds from the Decentralization Program, a regrant program of the New York State Council on the Arts with the support of Governor Andrew Cuomo and the New York State Legislature and administered by the Queens Council on the Arts.

FULL FESTIVAL SCHEDULE WILL BE AVAILABLE MID SEPTEMBER.

A DIGEST VIDEO FROM Sounds of Arts Festival 2018 > > > >
 
DIGEST VIDEO OF SOUNDS OF ARTS FESTIVAL 2018

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THANK YOU SO MUCH FOR YOUR CONTINUOUS SUPPORT!


2019-2020 is MuSE's official 10 year celebration as non-profit. 

DONATE to MuSE through Paypal

Any amount makes a difference.

All donation is tax-deductible.

Thank you in advance for your generous support. 
 

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