Time Travel Concert ~Welcome to the late 19th Vienna the Flourish era~
September 18th, 2017 1:30pm
Doors open at 1:00pm
Toyonaka Performing Arts Center
J. Strauss II / ”Die Fledermaus” overture
A. Bruckner / ”Helgoland” WAB 71
J. Brahms / Symphony No.1 in C minor, Op.68
For Free / General seating
Time is late 19 th Vienna.
It was, between the confused eras, peaceful days.
The art was overmature and people was so vibrant.
In that time, Brahms, Bruckner and Strauss II had lived in same place, been aware of, and were enhanced each other.
We will make Vienna of that day reborn with their works and the great concert hall, Toyonaka-Performing Arts Center. Some bits will stage the TIME TRAVEL!
“Helgoland” is rare performed nevertheless it is a memorial work which is his last work, because of its kind of strange formation. You will take a good experience to enjoy such a minor but grandiose cantata.
Vienna music. That’s the classical music.
Why do not you travel to Vienna!?
Photo by Katsuki Hori
Mayuka Kinoshita had graduated from the Department of Human Expression in the Faculty of Human Development, Kobe University in 2010. She also had studied at the Det Kongelige Danske Musikkonservatorium in Denmark in the Department of Conducting. She completed her research about Danish composer C. A. Nielsen in 2014. This study abroad is supported financially by the Scandinavia-Japan Sasakawa Foundation.
She has always been very active in pursuing her love of music. She had founded "Opera Yume-Kobe" when she was a Kobe University student, and performed Hansel und Gretel and Die Zauberflote at that time. She has studied: conducting with Y. Saida, M. Takaya, J. Fuglebak, N. Sukaci, P. Larsen; piano with C. Kinoshita; accompaniment with N. Gade; musical theory with G. Larsen; and composition with A. Brodsgaard. Also she is now undergoing training for opera conducting under Y. Saida, K. Makimura, and M. Imura. She completed the Ukraine International Master Class for Conducting in 2012 and 2013. Her conducting of Ukraine Chernigov Phil harmony at the end of that master class won the Russia Music Award. She is also studying Northern European music, especially her specialized theme, C. A. Nielsen and his works, while conducting some orchestras and opera groups.