Kodo (canceled) - NOSPR
Cancelled. More information - here
There are three principal elements in the make-up of a Kodo performance.
The first are pieces based upon traditional folk arts, learned from local people throughout Japan. Our intention is not simply to replicate, but, in rearranging them for the stage, attempt to capture their universal spirit and energy as they filter through our bodies. Art rooted in the soil developed through an intimate relationship between the people and their art, and between art and nature. They are an irreplaceable treasure laden with hints for us denizens of a bewildering age. We would like as many people as possible to be challenged by the infinite possibilities they present.
The second element of our performance is made up of compositions of friends and mentors of Kodo. These include composers Maki Ishii and Shinichiro Ikebe, Kabuki orchestra musicians Roetsu Tosha and Kiyohiko Senba, and jazz pianist Yousuke Yamashita.
The third element consists of original compositions by Kodo members themselves, who have used their exposure to the rhythms and sounds of the many people and places they have been lucky enough to visit as grist for their own creations.
Our performance begins with the blending of these three elements with our lives amidst the sights and sounds of Sado Island. It is then forged into shape on the anvil of rehearsal.
Supported by the Agency for Cultural Affairs, Government of Japan through the Japan Arts Council
Kwartet Śląski / concert with public / live streaming
Chamber HallLast tickets
Concert online / Rossini, Mozart & Strawiński
Concert online / Orkiestra Muzyki Nowej / streaming of the concert from July 9
Soap&Skin / Tauron Nowa Muzyka
NOSPR / Pinchas Steinberg
NOSPR / Pinchas Steinberg (option B)
NOSPR / Robin O’Neill
NOSPR / Robin O’Neill (option B)
Artur Rojek / Kundel