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Kumamoto Mari's Evening Party?Slightly Early Birthday Party?

Kumamoto Mari's Evening Party?Slightly Early Birthday Party?


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Kumamoto Mali

〜Slightly early birthday party〜

Mari Kumamoto

〜Chotto Hayaiii Birthday Party〜

Performer: Mari Kumamoto (Piano)

Kiyoshi Shomura (guitar)

Yoshikazu Mera (countertenor)

Venue: Tokyo Bunka Kaikan Small Hall

Tokyo Bunka Kaikan Recital Hall

All seats reserved: 5000 yen

photo: Shimokoshi Haruki

Costume: Hiroko Koshino


Debussy: Moonlight
golliwogg cakewalk
Rodrigo: Aranjuez Concerto 2nd Movement (Piano/Guitar)
Mompou: Gypsy (piano/countertenor)
Battle of Dreams No. 1 "There are only flowers above you"
Song 3 "Kimi wa Umi no Yo"
Chopin: Nocturne No.2
Schumann: Dedication Op.25-1
Tarrega: Memories of the Alhambra (guitar)
Ilmal: Baden Jazz Suite (Guitar)
Mascagni: Cavalleria Rusticana Intermezzo
Hajime Okumura (Arrangement): Otemoyan [Kumamoto Folk Song] (Piano/Countertenor)
Joe Hisaishi: Princess Mononoke (piano/countertenor)
Gershwin: Prelude No.2
Jimenez: Luis Alonso's Wedding


Mari Kumamoto Profile

Kiyoshi Shomura (guitar)
Started playing guitar at the age of 9. In 1963, he was recognized by the master Yepes, and the following year he studied in Spain.
In 1969, he made his debut in Japan, and in 1971, he performed 28 performances in North America, gaining a solid international reputation. In 1974, he appeared as a lecturer on the NHK Educational TV program "Let's play the guitar", and his name and ability became known all over the country.
In 2008, he performed at the regular concert of the Bilbao Symphony Orchestra. With the same company, he recorded "Concerto de Aranjuez" and released a CD in 2009, which was well received as a soloist on a Japan tour. In October 2015, he performed and recorded with the I Musici Ensemble. From 2017 to 2020, he has been working on the "Kiyoshi Shomura Special Project" (4 times in total) to pursue various possibilities of the guitar. The first time was with Masashi Sada in 2017, and the second time was in June 2018 (both at Tokyo Opera City Concert Hall) with coba, Iwao Furusawa, and Ken Nishikori. Ta. This year marks the 50th anniversary of his debut, and he will release his first Bach album <Chaconne> in May, and perform recitals all over the country. Currently a visiting professor at Tokyo College of Music.

Yoshikazu Mera (countertenor)
2019 marks the 25th anniversary of her debut, and Yoshikazu Mera took the world by storm with the theme song for "Princess Mononoke." In addition, he has appeared on TV, radio, and in many commercials, and his friendly personality and unique narrative are gaining popularity across generations. Graduated from Senzoku Gakuen College of Music in 1994. In 1995, won the 3rd prize at the 6th Sogakudo Japanese Song Competition. From 1996, he studied at the Amsterdam Conservatory as a Dutch government scholarship student. He is engaged in a wide range of activities, including concerts in Japan and overseas, lectures, and writing activities. Many CDs have been released around the world by King Records, Swedish BIS, and Korean labels. In 2014, he released <Tegami> with Akira Miyagawa, and in 2017, a two-disc compilation album <Mugonka> commemorating the 20th anniversary of his CD debut was released by King Records. Recently <Teddy Loid/SILENT PLANET 2 EP vol.6 feat. Yoshikazu Mera> has been distributed online. Published "Angel's Voice - Reborn While Living" (Yamato Shobo) and "Mother" with Michiko Ishimure. Appeared in NHK Broadcasting 90th Anniversary Taiga Fantasy Drama "Seirei no Mamoribito". Received the theme song award as the 12th Japan Gold Disc Award and the 21st Japan Academy Prize Association Special Award. From 2018, he served as a personality for "Mera Mera Radio" for a year.
Yoshikazu Mera Official Homepage
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