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2017

January

Opening of the Exhibition "Japanomania in the Nordic Countries" and Celebration of 150th Year Anniversary of Japan-Denmark Diplomatic Relations

Date: 18 January 17.00-19.00 2017

Place: SMK



February

"Tsukemono and the Flavor of Japanese Food" Lecture by Prof. Ole G. Mouritsen

Date: 23 February 2017

Place: Hotel and Restaurantskolen, Vigerslev Allé 18, 2500 Valby

Prof. Mouritzen

There are two distinct characteristics of the Japanese cuisine which are umami and mouthfeel. These two aspects of the general taste experience of Japanese food will be explained and exemplified by dashi and tsukemono.

The lecture will be given by Prof. dr. scient. Ole G. Mouritsen (Syddansk Universitet), Japanese Cuisine Goodwill Ambassador.



April

Lecture by Architect Sambuichi on occasion of opening of exhibition "Hiroshi Sambuichi - Moving Materials" at DAC

Date: 28 April 2017 15.00-16.00

Place: KADK, Festsalen, Philip de Langes Allé 10, 1435 København K


Copenhagen Sakura Festival 10 Year Anniversary

Date: 29-30 April 2017

Place: Langelinie Park (by the Little Mermaid)



June

Anniversary Concert for 150 Years of Japan-Denmark Diplomatic Relations: The Harmonious Sound of Koto

Date: 15-16 June 2017

Place: Skuespilhuset, Skt. Annæ Plads 36, 1250 Kbh K

The anniversary concert “The Harmonious Sound of Koto” is a concert of traditional Japanese music featuring some of the most prestigious performers from the Tokyo University of the Arts (TUA) to commemorate the 150th anniversary of the establishment of the diplomatic relations between Japan and Denmark. The “koto” is a traditional Japanese stringed musical instrument, and the primary koto player, Mr. Shoin Hagioka, succeeded to the title and established mastership as Shoin Hagioka IV in 1980. This is the first time for TUA, which is the only national university (of the arts) in Japan that offers traditional Japanese music programs, to perform in Denmark. We hope that you will enjoy “The Harmonious Sound of Koto” in ensemble with other traditional Japanese instruments –the shamisen, shakuhachi and tsuzumi.

Prof. Mouritzen
Prof. Mouritzen

 

Program:
1 春の海(宮城道雄作曲)
“The Sea of Spring (Haru no Umi)” composed by Michio MIYAGI
2 須磨の嵐(山登万和作曲)
“Suma no Arashi”  composed by Manwa YAMATO
3 落葉の踊り(宮城道雄作曲)
“Dance of the Falling Leaves (Ochiba no Odori)” composed by Michio MIAYGI
4 花の寺(萩岡松韻作曲)
“Flower Temple (Hana no Tera)” composed by Shoin HAGIOKA

Interval

5 闌拍子(杵屋正邦作曲)
“RANBYOUSHI” composed by Seiho KINEYA
6 竹流幻想(青木彰時作曲)
“Chikuryu Fantasy” composed by Syoji AOKI
7 松竹梅(三ツ橋勾当作曲)
“Syochikubai” composed by Koto MITSUHASHI

 

Musicians:  
萩岡松韻      Shoin HAGIOKA
深海さとみ    Satomi FUKAMI
盧慶順        NO KYEONG SOON
福永千恵子    Chieko FUKUNAGA
青木彰時      Shoji AOKI
田中奈央一    Naoichi TANAKA
萩岡未貴      Miki HAGIOKA
佐々木千香能  Chikano SASAKI
平田紀子      Noriko HIRATA
花柳美輝風    Mikifu HANAYAGI
友常毘山      Bizan TOMOTSUNE
萩岡由子      Yuko HAGIOKA

https://kglteater.dk/en/whats-on/season-20162017/concert/the-harmonious-sound-of-koto/


August

Lecture by Architect Svend M. Hvass "How Western Architecture Strangled the Japanese Building Tradition"

Date: 29 August 2017

Place: Dronningesalen, The National Library (The Black Diamond), Søren Kierkegaards Plads 1,1016 København K

Arranged by Danish-Japanese Society and Tokai University European Center

http://www.dansk-japanskselskab.dk/english.html