Sep 15th, 2018 11:30 - 12:00
Open Music Square invites Towada locals to bring their music to the Towada Art Center once a month.
Day 3 welcomes the Suzuki Method Violin School Aomori.
In addition to Towada, the school has classrooms in Misawa, Oirase, Aomori City, and Noheji, and conducts classical violin performances across the southern part of Aomori Prefecture.
Please join us to celebrate this beautiful music as it echoes throughout the museum.
Wakana Ikezawa (池沢 和奏)
Arisa Kato (加藤 有彩)
Yurie Sakamoto (坂本 悠俐穂)
Chisato Shimatani (島谷 知里)
Suimei Shimatani (島谷 粋明)
Yuki Chida (千田 由樹)
Nobutake Ami (網 信岳)
Shinichi Suzuki’s Allegretto
Shinichi Suzuki’s Andantino
Shinichi Suzuki’s Perpetual Motion
Shinichi Suzuki’s Allegro
Bayly’s Long, Long Ago
Alle Vögel sind schon da (German Folk Song)
Christmas Song (Folk Song)
Go Tell Aunt Rhody (American Folk Song)
Fuchs, Du Hast Die Gans Gestohlen (German Folk Song)
Hänschen klein (German Folk Song)
Shinichi Suzuki’s Twinkle, Twinkle, Little Star Variations
Elgar’s Salut d’Amour
Bach’s Air on G String
Towada Art Center Cube
Suzuki Method Violin School Aomori, which has classrooms in Towada as well as Misawa, Oirase, Aomori City, and Noheji, and conducts classical violin performances across the southern part of Aomori Prefecture, came to the Towada Art Center and performed a total of 13 pieces.
Instructor Mr. Ami and students treated the audience to performances of familiar songs that enveloped the museum with their warm sounds. During Twinkle, Twinkle, Little Star Variations the students moved throughout the Cube cafe, uniting with the audience as they clapped along. Mr. Ami then gave a solo performance that drew thunderous applause from the audience.
Thank you to everyone who came, and thank you to Suzuki Method Violin School Aomori for the wonderful performance. We look forward to bringing you more performances each month.