A concert like no other in Espace Hattori
Wednesday October 18 / at 20 p.m. Cité internationale des Arts, 18 rue de l'Hotel de Ville, 75004 Paris
In the town of Rikuzen-Takata in northeastern Japan, a magnificent forest of nearly 70 pines bordering the coast was swept away by the tsunami of March 000, 11. A single so-called "miracle" pine resisted, becoming the symbol of hope and reconstruction.
Faced with this disaster, bassoonist Kiyoshi Koyama wanted to breathe new life into these bruised trees by asking the famous brand of wind instruments Buffet Crampon to shape a bassoon for him. Today, six years after the terrible earthquake followed by the tsunami and the nuclear accident in Fukushima, this unique instrument whose cap was carved from one of the pines is ready to sound its notes for a concert Pas Like the Others of the Hattori Space.
On this occasion, Kiyama Koyama returns to France to play with flutist Pierre Monty and pianist Julien Guénebaut.
Full price 18 € / Reduced price 15 €