The event was held as part of the "Regain! Oita Art Series," which aims to boost artistic and cultural activities while adapting to "new lifestyles" such as avoiding three-dense environments. A special performance was held at Rokugo Manzan, featuring Japan's leading mezzo-soprano singer Mutumi Hatano, a talented lute player, and an up-and-coming dancer.
In this site, some excerpts from the entire program are filmed, recorded and edited.
[Contents [Contents of the recording]
Creative Japanese Dance "Tamayura"
Please be forewarned.
Some Mutsumi Hatano (mezzo-soprano), Kohei Ohta (lute)
Make me cry, let my tears flow. Chaccona
Song of the Beach
CAST & STAFF
Kaetomi Hanayagi (Master of the Hanayagi School of Japanese Dance)
Born in Oita City. She studied classical Japanese performing arts from the age of three. Graduated from Nihon University, College of Arts, Department of Theater, Japanese Dance Course. He studied "Creative Nippon-Bai" based on classical performing arts, and received the Dean's Award and the Departmental Grand Prize. Represented Japan at the International Symposium of Collaborative Dance. After graduation, he formed a creative Japanese dance performance unit and has been active mainly in Tokyo and Shikoku. She has performed in the National Cultural Festival Oita 2018, and has choreographed and performed in the cast of the Oita Prefectural People's Art Festival this year.
Mutsumi Hatano (Mezzo-soprano)
Mutsumi Hatano is a graduate of Trinity College of Music in England, where she majored in vocal performance. After making her debut with a lute song from Shakespeare's time, she has been active as a soloist in baroque religious music, oratorio and opera. In recent years, with the deep trust of composers, she has actively worked on modern and contemporary works, including the world premieres of works by Yoshio Mamiya and Yuji Takahashi. She has appeared on "BS Classic Club", "NHK New Year Opera" and others. Born in Oita.
Kohei Ohta (Lute)
Kouhei Ohta has studied classical guitar at the Accademia Nazionale di Musica di Vicenza in Italy since 2001, graduating at the top of his class. He also received a diploma with distinction in the master class of Accademia Chigiana in Siena. He studied the lute at the State Conservatory of Music in Frankfurt, Germany (graduated in 2014). She has been working as a lute player in Germany. Based in Fukuoka, Japan.
Mutsumi Hatano I was filled with nostalgia when I heard that I would be singing at Fukiji Temple. When I visited the temple as a child, the simple beauty of the Tomikiji Temple remained in my childhood mind, so it is a great pleasure for me to sing at the Tomikiji Temple. I always think about what instruments sound the most attractive, but this time I wanted to sing "Autumn Moon" by Rentaro Taki, and I chose this song because I thought it would be nice to sing it with a lute with Rentaro Taki's lyrics in November when the moon is at its brightest.
I was moved. My heart was washed away.
It's been a long time since I've been moved.