Events / Nighttime Opening

Concert

The melody Latin edition that a piano player plays
Tsurugi Masaki feat. Kazumi Fukagawa

Saturday, August 18
Kanzawa Phonograph Museum

A piano concert played along with a 78 rpm record from the collection of Kanazawa Phonograph Museum
It will make the audience reflect on the land they have been longing for...
"Ballads of a pianist -- melodies you have never heard" by the Kanazawa-born pianist Masaki Tsurugi is a performance that takes you on a voyage of musical discovery.
Latin tunes and scales have influenced a wide range of musical genres.
Heitor Villa-Lobos, known for his style of incorporating Brazil's unique music into classical techniques, is one of the most famous composers of the 20th century.
Japan also has tango, rumba, mambo, bossa nova, samba, salsa, and reggae... Japanese people love Latin music.
Tadaaki Misago, Ranko Fujisawa, Toru Arima, Charlie Ishiguro, Naoya Matsuoka, Orquesta de la Luz, Diamantes and The Boom are all part of Japan's history of Latin music.
Please enjoy enchanting Latin music selected and arranged by Masaki Tsurugi.

Guest vocalist: Kazumi Fukagawa

Time
6:30pm~ (Door opens at 6:00pm, about 90 min)
Price

1000 yen

Capacity

45 people

Reservation
accepted starting on July 17
Inquiry
076-225-7780 (Kanazawa Art Gumi, closed Wed.)