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TOKYO OTA OPERA PROJECT 2020

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The Ota Ward Cultural Promotion Association has been conducting a three-year opera project since 2019.
In the second year, we will focus on <vocal music>, which is also the main axis of opera, and improve singing skills.We will also challenge the original languages ​​of each opera (Italian, French, German).The performance will be sung with the sound of the orchestra in the Aplico Grand Hall with popular opera singers.
We are looking forward to the participation of those who want to enjoy the world of opera more deeply.

* The performance has been canceled to prevent new coronavirus infections.The business has been changed to online distribution.

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Organizer: Ota Ward Cultural Promotion Association
Grant: General Incorporated Foundation Regional Creation
Production cooperation: Toji Art Garden Co., Ltd.

TOKYO OTA OPERA PROJECT + @ HOME

"TOKYO OTA OPERA PROJECT + @ HOME" is an opera project tailored to a new lifestyle.
The performance was postponed to 2021 to prevent new coronavirus infection, but online courses (12 times in total) were held for chorus members.
In addition, from the desire to deliver beautiful opera arias to everyone through video, we will deliver an opera (petit) gala concert with the cooperation of two soloists and pianists who were scheduled to appear this year.
Please enjoy!The video will be updated from time to time!

Opera (Petit) Gala Concert (5 songs in total) (Released on November 2020, 11)

EW Korngold: From the opera "City of Death" "My longing, the illusion goes into a dream (Pierrot's song)" (released on November 2020, 11)

G. Bizay: "Habanera" from the opera "Carmen" (released November 2020, 11)

GA Rossini: From the opera "The Barber of Seville" "That's me" (released November 2020, 11)

J. Strauss II: "I like to invite customers" from the operator "Die Fledermaus" (released November 2020, 11)

Mozart: "Oira is a bird trap" from the opera "The Magic Flute" (released October 2020, 10)

[3 lectures] Journey to the quest for opera

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In response to the state of emergency issued on January 3, 1rd year of Reiwa and the request from Ota Ward, this course will change the start time etc.

Start (open) XNUMX:XNUMX (XNUMX:XNUMX) Scheduled end time XNUMX:XNUMX

* The number of visitors to this course is limited to XNUMX% of the capacity, and will be held at intervals of seats.

* Ticket fees will be refunded to those who wish due to changes in the start time.Ticket purchasers will be notified of the details by email or envelope.

All three lectures Journey to the quest for opera Flyer

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How did the opera begin and how did it develop?
This is a course where you can gain new knowledge of "opera" and "art" by delving into European culture and Viennese culture, which originated from operettas.
The lecturer will be Toshihiko Uraku, who will unravel the world of art from an interesting perspective, such as "Why did Franz List faint women?" And "138 billion years of music history."

Organizer: Ota Ward Cultural Promotion Association
Grant: General Incorporated Foundation Regional Creation

lecturer

Toshihiko Urahisa

Photograph of Takehide Niitsubo
© Takehide Niitsubo

Writer, cultural arts producer.Active as a cultural arts producer based in Paris.After returning to Japan, after working as an executive director of Shirakawa Hall, Shirakawa Hall, he is currently the representative of Toshihiko Uraku's office.His activities are diverse, including the representative director of the European Japanese Art Foundation, the head of the Daikanyama Future Music School, the music director of Salamanca Hall, and the cultural advisor of Mishima City.His books include "Why Franz Liszt Fainted Women", "Violinist Called the Devil" (Shinchosha), and "Music History of 138 Billion Years" (Kodansha). In June 2020, the Korean version of "Franz Liszt-Why is Franz Liszt-The Birth of a Pianist" was published in South Korea.

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Course content [Venue / Ota Ward Hall / Aprico Small Hall (B1F)]

1st "Exploring the history of opera"

Start date / January 2021, 1 (Friday) 19:00 start (18:30 open) 17:30 start (17:00 open)

The history of opera is more than just the history of musical drama. Opera, whose etymology is "work," is a symbol of aristocracy and power, and is also a "work" of Western culture such as literature, art, architecture, and theater.We will deliver the history of opera, which can be said to be the history of Europe itself, in an easy-to-understand and tightly condensed manner.

2nd "Front and Back of Gorgeous European Culture"

Start date / January 2021, 2 (Friday) 19:00 start (18:30 open) 17:30 start (17:00 open)

If the splendid court opera of the Palace of Versailles was the front culture, wouldn't the palace have a toilet?It can be said that it is the culture behind the scenes.Did the Phantom of the Opera that shook the city really exist?In this issue, we will introduce you to the surprising history of European back culture.

The 3rd "Mystery of Viennese culture?"

Start date / January 2021, 3 (Friday) 19:00 start (18:30 open) 17:30 start (17:00 open)

Why was Vienna called the City of Music?What is the attraction of Vienna that has attracted great musicians like a magnet?And what is the background to the birth of the fascinating opera unique to this city called Winna Operetta?The mystery of the colorful and lovely Viennese culture.

Ticket information

Customers who wish to attend at the venue

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Online pre-sale date: Saturday, December 12th, 12: 12 ~
General release date: December 12th (Wednesday) 16: 10 ~

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Price (tax included)

All seats reserved * Preschoolers are not allowed
One-time ticket 1 yen (online price: 1,000 yen)
3-time set ticket 2,700 yen (online price: 2,560 yen)

Customers who wish to attend live recordings

Notification of changes in live distribution and viewing methods

This course was scheduled to be delivered live on the opening day, but due to various circumstances, it has been changed to recording delivery.
We apologize for the inconvenience, but please check the following for the purchase method and release date.

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