KYOTO PRIZE

Arts and Philosophy

The 2017 Kyoto Prize Workshop

“Stravinsky's Mavra: Lecture and Performance”

Arts and Philosophy:Richard Taruskin

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Thank you for your interest.The workshop is fully booked and no more places are available.

Date: Sunday, November 12, 2017, 17:00-
Place: Tokyo University of the Arts, Ueno Campus,
Building Ⅳ (Faculty of Music), Hall 6

Coordinators: Seiji Choki (The University of Tokyo)
Fuyuko Fukunaka (Tokyo University of the Arts)

Conductor: Kunitaka Kokaji (Tokyo University of the Arts)
Stage Director: Miharu Sato (Tokyo University of the Arts)

Coordinators / Conductor / Stage Director

  • Seiji ChokiSeiji Choki
  • Fuyuko FukunakaFuyuko Fukunaka
  • Kunitaka KokajiKunitaka Kokaji
  • Miharu SatoMiharu Sato
Program
Opening address: Fuyuko Fukunaka
Introduction of laureate: Seiji Choki
Lecture: Richard Taruskin (Laureate in Arts and Philosophy)
Why was Mavra Stravinsky's First Big Flop?
Performance: “Stravinsky, Mavra (chamber ensemble version)”

The performance of this work is licensed by Schott Music Co. Ltd., Tokyo
on behalf of Boosey & Hawkes Music Publishers Ltd., London.

Organized by Inamori Foundation and Tokyo University of the Arts (Faculty of Music)
Supported by Kyoto Prefectural Government, Kyoto City Government, NHK
With the Cooperation of Alban Berg Gesellschaft Japan, Japan Association for the Study of Russian Language and Literature, The Japanese Society for Aesthetics, and The Musicological Society of Japan

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