TOKYO EXPERIMENTAL FESTIVAL Vol.8 ― TEF Performance *Open call Program
|Title||Erika Dohi "metamorphosis" TOKYO EXPERIMENTAL FESTIVAL Vol.8 ― TEF Performance *Open call Program|
|Admission||2,500 yen *Reservation required|
|Organize||Tokyo Metropolitan Foundation for History and Culture, Tokyo Wonder Site|
|Support||Goethe-Institut Tokyo, Polish Institute Tokyo|
metamorphosis makes use of two well known works for solo piano and solo clarinet, respectively Luciano Berio's Sequenza IV and Pierre Boulez's Domaines as a starting point to a metamorphosis of ideas and concepts, where the main exploration are the spatialization, physicality, visual space and interaction for, to and with the audience, where performers, technology and spectators/audience participate in the same immersive and interactive experience, all contributing and collaborating with chance and probabilities to the final result.
This concept combines Domaines and Sequenza IV with two creations by the performers inspired by the respective composition. After reading Ichiyanagi's and Mouri's and message the words physicality and materiality and the change in the artist and the musician, having them feed of each other, creating and building a performance, or more than a performance, a multi-sensorial experience, a highly interactive, audience engaging, participative and physically active, almost performance art piece that can summon and arouse on's creativity to a very high level.
*Due to personal reasons, clarinet player has been changed from Carlos Cordeiro to Hidehito Naka, We sincerely apologize for any inconvenience.
November 4 (Mon), 2013| 19:00-
* Door opens 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.
At the age of ten, Japanese born pianist Erika Dohi, performed Takekuni Hirayoshi's Piano Concerto with the Krakow Philharmonic at the Warsaw Philharmonic Hall (Poland). More recently, she has performed George Gershwin's Rhapsody In Blue with a conductor Tetsuro Ban with Ensemble Kobe in Kyoto. Among her awards are prizes with the Moray Piano Competition, Scotland and the PTC Piano Competition in Osaka, Japan.
Committed to contemporary music, Ms. Dohi has premiered works by Samir Chatterjee and Andy Akiho at the New Jersey Performing Arts Center and Princeton University. Erika has performed in New York at Carnegie's Weill recital hall, Symphony Space, and Steinway Hall. She regularly performs in her hometown, Osaka, in the "R" music series at the Rhiga Royal Hotel. In 2010, the national NHK radio station broadcasted Ms. Dohi's performance at NHK Hall.
Hidehito Naka was born in Kyoto in 1983. He studied at Tokyo National University of Fine Arts and Music and Aubervilliers Conservatory(Paris) He won the third prize at the contest woodwind Japan. He has played in the Saito Kinen Orchestra, directed by Seiji ozawa since 2009. He participated in the recording of a number of commercial, TV dramas, and movies. He has a wide repertoire which classic,jazz,contemporary...He playing with dancer,Accordionist,singer in Paris.He also composing for their collaboration.