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Michel Becke x Jorgen van Leyen Trombone Joint Recital [Hiroshima Performance]

Michel Becke x Jorgen van Leyen Trombone Joint Recital [Hiroshima Performance]

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Michel Becquet X Jörgen van Rijen Trombone Joint Recital
Co-star: Hiroshi Nagao, piano

Venue : Elisabeth College of Music Cecilia Hall
Elisabeth University of Music Cecilia Hall

[All seats are unreserved] General 5,500 yen Student 3,000 yen

There are remaining tickets. Please contact 03-3943-6677 (Weekdays 10:00-18:00)

*500 yen discount for each trombone association member (Handled at Pro Arte Musice and musical instrument stores. Advance sale only)
* Preschool children are not allowed to enter.


Co-starring: Hiroshi Nagao (piano) Hiroshi Nagao, piano

Sponsor: Buffet Group Japan Co., Ltd., Buffet Group

Cooperation: Octavia Records Co., Ltd.

Supported by: Okayama Trombone Association, Dutch Embassy, ​​Japan Trombone Association, Hiroshima Band Association

Sponsor/Ticket/Contact: Pro Arte Musice 03-3943-6677

[Other handling play guides] General release 2013/12/25

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Music House Watase 086-255-5611
Yamaha Music Retailing Hiroshima store 082-244-3779
Ticket Pia 0570-02-9999 t.pia.jp [P code 219-428]
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Program

GF Handel: Sonata for 2 Cellos
Georg Friedrich Handel : Sonate fr 2 Celli op.2-8 (2Tb & Pf)
JG Ropartz: Piece in B flat minor
Joseph Guy Ropartz:Piece en mi bemol minuer (Tb:JvRijen + piano)
B. Croll: Capriccio da Camera
Bernhard Krol : Capriccio da camera op.35 (Tb: M. Becquet & Pf)
M.Padding: Third piece
Martijn Padding : Third Piece (Tb: Jv Rijen solo)
R. Schumann: "Why?", "Evening Song"
Robert Schumann : Warum? Op.12-3, Abendlied op.85-12 (Tb: M. Becquet & Pf)
J. Brahms: Let's go on a journey together
Johannes Brahms : So lass uns wandern! op.75-3 (2Tb & Pf)
----------- Intermission ----------
Purcell: From the opera "King Arthur"
Henry Purcell: Duets from “King Arthur” (2Tb & Pf)
"Sound a trumpet" Sound a parley
"Two daughters of this old age"
"For love ev'ry creature"
F. Lehar: Viria's Song from the comedy "The Merry Widow"
Franz Lehr : 'Vilja - Lied' from “Die lustige Witwe” (Tb: M. Becquet & Pf)
F. Chrysler: The Joy of Love
Fritz Kreisler : Liebesfreud (2Tb & Pf)
G. Sviridov: Romance
Georg Sviridov : Romance (2Tb & Pf)
F. Meyer: Slipstream
Florian Maier : Slipstream (Tb: Jv Rijen & Soundsystem)
A. Piazzolla: Oblivion
Astor Piazzolla: Oblivion (Tb: M.Becquet & Pf)
A. Piazzolla: Violentango
Astor Piazzolla : Violentango (2Tb & Pf)

Profile

Michel Becke Profile
Jorgen van Leien Profile
Michel Becquet Biography
Jrgen van Rijen Biography

Hiroshi Nagao (piano) Hiroshi Nagao, piano
Completed master's course at Tokyo University of the Arts and its graduate school. Received the Ataka Prize. Studied under Yushi Munehiro, Michiko Endo, and Jiro Yonetani. In 1995, studied abroad at Ecole Normale de Paris. After returning to Japan, he performed with major orchestras such as the NHK Symphony Orchestra, Tokyo Symphony Orchestra, Tokyo Metropolitan Symphony Orchestra, New Japan Philharmonic Orchestra, and Osaka Symphony Orchestra. In addition to giving solo recitals, numerous national and international premieres, and appearances at major music festivals, Michel Becke (trombone), Eric Obie (trumpet), Jean-Yves Fourmaud (saxophone), Pavel Berman (violin). His activities are diverse, such as co-starring with domestic and foreign wind and string players. CDs include "Evocacion", "Hiroshi Nagao Plays Ravel & Debussy" (Live Notes), "Messiaen: The Illusion of Amen (2 Pianos / Co-starring: Ami Fujiwara)", "Playing Liszt & Reger" (Kojima Recording), etc. release. He is one of the few musicians who can deliver very fresh music with a transparent, core and beautiful sound, and precise and elaborate techniques. Associate professor at Kunitachi College of Music and part-time lecturer at Tokyo University of the Arts.