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Kei Ishikawa Cello Recital

Its source is the deep Bach sound.

2023/10/21(Sa.) 14:00 Starting

Square Ebara Hiratsuka HallTokyo

Although generally forgotten, the music of the great Bach has been handed down from generation to generation among musicians.
music. In Mendelssohn's house, where he brought it back to the world, improvisation of melodies to Bach's mean clavier was a common practice. One of the most famous pieces to emerge from this is Gounod's "Ave Maria. Musicians let their imagination run free to the limit. And from Bach, new depths of music blossom. In this performance, we will follow the great flow of music that began with Bach, leading to the cello sonatas of R. Strauss and Shostakovich.


J.S. Bach : Suite for Unaccompanied Cello No.3 in C major, BWV1009 R. Strauss : Cello Sonata in F major, Op.6
D. Shostakovich : Cello Sonata in D minor, Op. 40
(Supporting) Webern : Langsamer Satz (encore)
J.S. Bach : The Mean Clavier, Vol.1 No.1 Prelude Gounod : Ave Maria arranged for cello and piano
Moscheles : Piano and Oboe from J.S.Bach's Clavier Mean
Moscheles : Prelude from Ten Preludes for Ligato Cello, Vol. 1, No. 1

Admission and ticket purchase

  • Admission fee

    All seats unreserved 3,500 yen

  • How to buy

    Ticket Pia/Nationwide [P code 247-044]
    (* Apply using the QR code on the flyer)

    Square Ebara Hiratsuka Hall Reception Desk / Direct purchase
    Scheduled on-sale date: 7/10-

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