KURUMIAN KOGAKU-DOJO BY GENZOH TAKEHISA


August 24 2013, Saturday

” Kurumi -an early music dojo" by Genzoh Takehisa style

Open lesson
@9:00 A10:00 B11:00 C13:00 D14:00
(Please note that the scheduled turn may be slightly delayed by the lesson using harpsichord)
Lecture
16:00-17:30

Lesson Fee
Solo attendant
\13,000
Ensemble attendants (one group)
\16,000

Auditor Fee
\2,000 (for all lessons)
\3,000(lecture)
\5,000(for all lessons+lecture)

★ Please make a reservation. We will let you know the schedule as soon as possible.
★ The players (attending a lesson) are free.


The applicants are requested to reserve and send the music
for the lecturer beforehand to the office of Noix Accordées.
( 1‐8‐20, Hattorihonmachi, Toyonaka 561‐0852)
In case different applicants want the same hour, the adjustments will be made in accordance with the mutual talks.

The lesson fee cannot be refunded in case of cancellation except for responsible reasons on the sides of the lecturer and the sponsor.
Substitution of attendant or ensemble for another person or group is acceptable.

The attendants and the auditors are invited to join
the refreshments gathering with Genzoh Takehisa after the lessons.

Reservation by telephone 06‐6862‐8855
Reservation by facsimile 06-6868-0595
Inquiries Noix Accordées Office 06‐6862‐8855



【 Lecture 】
How to our harpsichord dance

In the eighteenth century, harpsichord began to get various possibilities of
expression: that this, gorgious sonority of large body, variegated options
of stop manipulation, two or three keyboards with coupler, etc.
We are sometimes so dazzled by these attractive aspects of the latest
development of the harpsichord.

Primarily speaking, however, harpsichord sound has abundant overtones and
programmed messa di voce(so-called bloom effect).
Understanding these important qualities of the sound,
and with the skill of the feedback of performing and listening-to the sound,
in other words, the interplay of feeling and doing inside of our musical
mind,
we are able to lead our music to "cantabile" on the harpsichord.


【 Genzoh Takehisa Profile 】

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Genzoh Takehisa completed his guraduate studies at Tokyo National University

of Music and Fine Arts. He was a judge at International Harpsicord Builders
Contest in Atlanta (1991) and Early Music Competition in Yamanashi (1997,
2001). Since 2000 he has led Conversum Musicum, instrumental and vocal
ensemble. As a keyboard player he has a large repertoire and has made
numerous CD recordings, including his producing works.
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KURUMIAN KOGAKU-DOJO BY GENZOH TAKEHISA


May 6 2013, Monday
” Kurumi -an early music dojo" by Genzoh Takehisa style

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Open lesson
13:00, 14:00, 17:00, 18:00
(Please note that the scheduled turn may be slightly delayed by the lesson using harpsichord)
Lecture
15:30-16:30

Lesson Fee
Solo attendant
\10,000
Ensemble attendants (one group)
\13,000

Auditor Fee
\1,000 (for each lesson)
\3,000 (for all lessons)
\2,000(lecture)
\4,000(for all lessons+lecture)

★ Please make a reservation. We will let you know the schedule as soon as possible.
★ The players (attending a lesson) are free.


The applicants are requested to reserve and send the music
for the lecturer beforehand to the office of Noix Accordées.
( 1‐8‐20, Hattorihonmachi, Toyonaka 561‐0852)
In case different applicants want the same hour, the adjustments will be made in accordance with the mutual talks.

The lesson fee cannot be refunded in case of cancellation except for responsible reasons on the sides of the lecturer and the sponsor.
Substitution of attendant or ensemble for another person or group is acceptable.

The attendants and the auditors are invited to join
the refreshments gathering with Genzoh Takehisa after the lessons.

Reservation by telephone 06‐6862‐8855
Reservation by facsimile 06-6868-0595
Inquiries Noix Accordées Office 06‐6862‐8855



【 Lecture 】
How to our harpsichord sing

In the eighteenth century, harpsichord began to get various possibilities of
expression: that this, gorgious sonority of large body, variegated options
of stop manipulation, two or three keyboards with coupler, etc.
We are sometimes so dazzled by these attractive aspects of the latest
development of the harpsichord.

Primarily speaking, however, harpsichord sound has abundant overtones and
programmed messa di voce(so-called bloom effect).
Understanding these important qualities of the sound,
and with the skill of the feedback of performing and listening-to the sound,
in other words, the interplay of feeling and doing inside of our musical
mind,
we are able to lead our music to "cantabile" on the harpsichord.


【 Genzoh Takehisa Profile 】

905721_444738045612427_1447266218_o.jpg


Genzoh Takehisa completed his guraduate studies at Tokyo National University

of Music and Fine Arts. He was a judge at International Harpsicord Builders
Contest in Atlanta (1991) and Early Music Competition in Yamanashi (1997,
2001). Since 2000 he has led Conversum Musicum, instrumental and vocal
ensemble. As a keyboard player he has a large repertoire and has made
numerous CD recordings, including his producing works.




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Ryo Terakado Solo Baroque Violins Concert & Lesson

□FRIDAY APRIL 5.2013
19:00 Start

~Ryo Terakado’s 7th concert at Noix Accordées Music & Art Salon~

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○Program○
T. Baltzar: Prelude in G, Division upon ‘John come kiss me’in G
J.P. Westhoff: Suite pour violon solo No.1 in a
H.I. Biber: Passacaglia in g (from Mystery sonatas)
G. Tartini: Sonata per violin solo no.20 e-minor
J.H. Roman: Assagio No.4 c-minor
J.G. Pisendel: Sonata per violin solo a-moll

Tickets in advance \4,000
Day tickets \4,500

Click here and fill in the application for buying tickets and reservation.
Reservation by telephone 06‐6862‐8855
Reservation by facsimile 06-6868-0595
Inquiries Noix Accordées Office 06‐6862‐8855


□Saturday April 6.2013
Open lessons by Ryo Terakado (Baroque violin)

Open lesson
10:00, 11:00, 13:00, 14:00, 15:00
(Please note that the scheduled turn may be slightly delayed by the lesson using harpsichord)

Lesson Fee
Solo attendant
\10,000
Ensemble attendants (one group)
\15,000

Auditor Fee
\1,000 (for each lesson)
\3,000 (for all lessons)

★ Please make a reservation. We will let you know the schedule as soon as possible.
★ The players (attending a lesson) are free.


The applicants are requested to reserve and send the music
for the lecturer beforehand to the office of Noix Accordées.
( 1‐8‐20, Hattorihonmachi, Toyonaka 561‐0852)
In case different applicants want the same hour, the adjustments will be made in accordance with the mutual talks.

The lesson fee cannot be refunded in case of cancellation except for responsible reasons on the sides of the lecturer and the sponsor.
Substitution of attendant or ensemble for another person or group is acceptable.

The attendants and the auditors are invited to join
the refreshments gathering with Ryo Terakado after the lessons.

Reservation by telephone 06‐6862‐8855
Reservation by facsimile 06-6868-0595
Inquiries Noix Accordées Office 06‐6862‐8855


Profile
Ryo Terakado (Baroque Violin)
Born in Bolivia in 1961. He is so gifted as the violinist and
leader for ensemble that he played with the famous ensemble and
orchestras of early music in Europe and has shown the great talent as
the concertmaster of several orchestras and has been also frequently
invited to many orchestras as a soloist for concertos.
In 1991, he founded the string quartet “Mito dell`Arco” and has been
putting forth his efforts in the field of chamber music.
He has been also trying energetically to play the violoncello da
spalla which was restored recently.
He made his debut as a conductor, in the 1st “Hokutopia International
Music Festival `95”, conducting Opera “Dido and Aeneas” by Purcell.
Since then, he performs regularly the works of Mozart and of French
Baroque composers such as J.Ph.Rameau and others.
He is now considered to be the most important musician who is
well versed in Baroque operas in Japan.
He teaches now at The Hague Royal Conservatory and Toho Gakuen School
of Music. He lives now in Brussels ,Belgium.


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