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Posts tagged: Japanese music

Largely successful Japanese chamber music concert at St Mary of the Angels

By , 09/03/2018
There are, inevitably, concerts where a critic feels out of his depth; music that is almost of the future, or from a sophisticated culture that one has little experience of. One often approaches them with trepidation, fearing that it will be music that is so remote in spirit and language from familiar Western music that one has no touchstone by which to assess it fairly, certainly with any sense... read more

Worlds brought more closely together – the Miyata-Yoshimura-Suzuki Trio

By , 28/02/2016

For a time it seemed as though the world had realigned its meridian intersects and taken St.Andrew's on-the-Terrace and its occupants north of the equator to somewhere in Japan. Woven into this enchanted web of things were a trio of musicians, a clutch of composers and a spell-bound audience, united for a brief time to wondrous and magical effect by means of exotic strains and realizations, wrought by... read more

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