Week-end Joe Hisaishi

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Friday
11/09
Joe Hisaishi Weekend

Concerts

Piano Recital
8:30pm
Joe Hisaishi Weekend
8:30pm
Salle des concerts - Cité de la musique
Trained in both Japan and Europe, Maki Namekawa is a tireless performer of new musical works, cultivating affinities for particular aesthetics, such as that of Philip Glass. It is for her that he composed his First Piano Sonata.
 
Salle des concerts - Cité de la musique
Trained in both Japan and Europe, Maki Namekawa is a tireless performer of new musical works, cultivating affinities for particular aesthetics, such as that of Philip Glass. It is for her that he composed his First Piano Sonata.
 
Saturday
12/09
Joe Hisaishi Weekend

Concerts

Chamber Music
3:00pm
Joe Hisaishi Weekend
3:00pm
Amphithéâtre - Cité de la musique
The musicians of Quatuor Ardeo perform scores by John Adams and Arvo Pärt—including the illustrious Fratres—and reveal the classical facet of composer Joe Hisaishi, renowned for his scores to the films of Miyazaki and Kitano.
Amphithéâtre - Cité de la musique
The musicians of Quatuor Ardeo perform scores by John Adams and Arvo Pärt—including the illustrious Fratres—and reveal the classical facet of composer Joe Hisaishi, renowned for his scores to the films of Miyazaki and Kitano.
Symphonic Concert
8:30pm
Joe Hisaishi Weekend
8:30pm
Grande salle Pierre Boulez - Philharmonie
With over 110 film scores to his name, carrying on in the tradition of great masters in Japanese cinema—Fumio Hayasaka, Masaru Satō, and even Toru Takemitsu—Joe Hisaishi is no doubt the most popular Japanese composer in the world today.
 
Grande salle Pierre Boulez - Philharmonie
With over 110 film scores to his name, carrying on in the tradition of great masters in Japanese cinema—Fumio Hayasaka, Masaru Satō, and even Toru Takemitsu—Joe Hisaishi is no doubt the most popular Japanese composer in the world today.
 

Activities

Sunday
13/09
Joe Hisaishi Weekend

Concerts

Symphonic Concert
3:00pm
Joe Hisaishi Weekend
3:00pm
Grande salle Pierre Boulez - Philharmonie
With over 110 film scores to his name, carrying on in the tradition of great masters in Japanese cinema—Fumio Hayasaka, Masaru Satō, and even Toru Takemitsu—Joe Hisaishi is no doubt the most popular Japanese composer in the world today.
 
Grande salle Pierre Boulez - Philharmonie
With over 110 film scores to his name, carrying on in the tradition of great masters in Japanese cinema—Fumio Hayasaka, Masaru Satō, and even Toru Takemitsu—Joe Hisaishi is no doubt the most popular Japanese composer in the world today.
 

Activities