Hall Adviser Naomi Matsui Presents
Word is Music, Music is Word
- Date and
Saturday 22 February 2020
Start at 14:00
- Pipe Organ= Saki Aoki
Louis Marchand: Grand dialogue
Johann Sebastian Bach: Pièce d’Orgue in G BWV 572
Béla Bartók: Cornemuse
Anonyme: Upon la mi re
Béla Bartók: La Trepigneuse
William Byrd: The gaillarde to the third pavian
Béla Bartók: Danse de Bucium
Antonio de Cabezon: Pavana con su glosa
Béla Bartók: Polka roumaine
Béla Bartók: Danse rapide
Oliver Messiaen: Un extrait de la « Messe de la Pentecôte », Les oiseaux et les sources
Johann Caspar Kerll: Capriccio sopra il Cucu
Oliver Messiaen: Un extrait de la « Messe de la Pentecôte », Le vent de l’esprit
Johann Sebastian Bach: Komm, Gott Schöpfer, Heiliger Geist BWV 667
Jehan Alain: Trois danses, I. Joies Il. Deuils. III. Luttes
Yui Kakinuma: Lotus
Thierry Escaich: Poèmes pour orgue, I. Eaux natales Il. Le masque III.Vers l’espérons.
Children under 6 are not admitted.
|All reserved seating||U25 (age 7 - 25)|
Sunday 15 September 2019
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Message from Presenter
This year's advisor project will continue to pursue “music and words, words and music”. Contrary to the last time (2018), where words and music expressed a story, silent body movements and music will an attempt to convey words. What words can you listen to? (Naomi Matsui)
Mangano-Massip mime movie
Teaser Archibald & Margaret déc 2013
Pipr organ= Saki Aoki
Saki Aoki was born in Tokyo and began her piano studies at the age of six. She first studied organ under Keiko Utsumi, and then became a pupil of Masaaki Suzuki at the Tokyo National University of Fine Arts and Music (Tokyo Geidai) where she obtained both her Bachelor and Master of Music degrees with top honors.
While still a graduate student, she decided to broaden and diversify her studies in France. For two years she studied in the Advanced Studies Program under Eric Lebrun at the St. Maur Conservatory where she obtained the André Monsaingeon Prize and the J.S. Bach Prize for the best interpretation of a J.S. Bach work, as well as the 1st Prize in Organ with top honors in 2006.
She further enriched her studies as a pupil of Erwan Le Prado at the Conservatoire National de Région in Caen where she obtained the Advanced Studies Diploma with top honors. During her studies she was able to distinguish herself in several international competitions, notably by winning the Diplôme d’Honneur of the International Organ Competition in Bruges, 1st Prize in the Grenada International Competition, 1st Prize in the 2007 Jean Louis Florentz Competition in Angers, 2nd Prize in the 2007 Nürnberg International Competition, and the First Prize in interpretation, the Audience Award and the Gaston Litaize Special Prize in the 2008 Grand Prix de Chartres. She is also the recipient of a two-year scholarship that is awarded to promote young artists from the Japanese Agency for Cultural Affairs.
She has given numerous recitals in Japan, France, Germany, UK, Italy, Hungary, Spain and Canada, and has upcoming recitals in Chartres Cathedral, La Madeleine, Notre-Dame de Paris, Saint-Sulpice, the Cathedral of Seville, the Palace of Arts in Budapest, Philharmonie Essen, Sumida Triphony Hall, Suntory Hall in Tokyo, among others. She has recently recorded a CD of French 20th century music in Chartres Cathedral. In addition to her extensive concert career, she is currently a teacher at the Conservatoire de Caen in Normandy, and serves as organist at the Saint Pierre in Caen.
Sara graduate of the Academy of classical and contemporary dance at Italy’s «teatro nuovo torino» in 1994.
Pierre-Yves trained as a comedian and a circus performer .
They both enroll in the Marcel Marceau school in 1994 .They graduated with honours in 1997 and were invited to perform in “la nouvelle Compagnie de mimodrame M. Marceau” in the works "The Bowler Hat " in 1997 and «Fantastic tales » in 2003, with which they toured internationally for eight years .
They also assist M.Marceau in his one man show and workshop.
their background in dance, comedy , puppet and circus has permitted them to perform in a wide variety of productions and collaborates with differents danse and theater companies : theater and cinema director Michele Salimbeni, theater director Antoine Campo and choreographer Jean Guizerix the street theatre company Cavaluna
the theatre director Alain Gautré, the theater and dance company Acta fabula…
They often collaborates, for the chorographical part, with orchestras and music ensembles as « Le Poème Harmonique » directed by Vincent Dumestre, « Ensemble Bonsai » directed by Silvain Audinovsky and the Orchestre National d’Ile de France
In 2011 they created their own company Compagnie Mangano-Massip: From that time theirs shows have been toured around the world: China, United States, Kossovo, Poland, Iran, Italy, Switzerland, Spain, Engalnd,Israel, Chili, Porto Rico, Singapore, Montenegro, Germany, Korea, Brasil...
They have been invitated to important festival as Mime London Festival, Festival Croisement en Chine, The french May festival in Hong Kong, Festival Mimos Périgueux..
Their Show les Aimants won the interpretation price at the Rome Fringe Festival 2015
And « tell me the truth » won the interpretation price at Be festival 2011 ( Birmingham)
Thay also teach professional workshops in many different countries and specially collaborate with Accademia Sofia Amendola in Rome, the China Arts Academy in Hangzhou and the école nationale superieur de théâtre in Limoges