Jikken kōbō — Concert de Aki Takahashi, avec la participation d’Ei Arakawa et Sergei Tcherepnin
Concert de Aki Takahashi, avec la participation d’Ei Arakawa et Sergei Tcherepnin
Past: Saturday, October 8, 2011 at 8 PM
Aki Takahashi : a pianist celebrated worldwide, especially for her interpretations of Morton Feldman et Iannis Xenakis, she will perform in Paris a recital of compositions by the Jikken Kobo, as well as works by composers close to their research such as Arnold Schönberg and John Cage. This concert will take place in the exhibition space, since Aki Takahashi wishes to extend the spirit of experimentation desired by the collective, by using some of their works as musical scores.
In conjunction with:
September 9 → October 28, 2011
On 24th November 1951, the Jikken Kobo presented its first collective work, a ballet entitled “The Joy of Life”, created to mark the first Pablo Picasso retrospective in Tokyo. Sixty years later, Bétonsalon presents research initiated by this transdisciplinary Japanese collective.
9, esplanade Pierre Vidal-Naquet
Rdc de la Halle aux Farines
Face aux Grands Moulins de Paris sur le campus de l’Université Paris 7 – Denis Diderot
T. 01 45 84 17 56
Tuesday – Saturday, 11 AM – 7 PM