2019

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Saturday 20th July 2019, Various times

Nocturnal Creatures,

Whitechapel Gallery Late-Night Festival

City of London 

 

18:30 

Musicity x Sculpture in the City

At Undershaft (by Nancy Rubins' Sculpture) City of London 

A special live performance at Undershaft, the location which inspired Midori's piece 'Full as Deep' for Musicity x Sculpture in the City. 

 

Free admission, booking essential

Book your place here

 

20:00 & 21:00 

Performance in collaboration with artist Nina Saunders & actor Salvatore Scarpa

At Undershaft (by Nina Saunders' 'Abstract Mass'), City of London

 

Free admission, booking essential

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Saturday 31st August 2019 

LUSH Spa Shinjuku Launch Event 

at LUSH Shinjuku store 

 

Midori Komachi (violin) with Clive Bell (shakuhachi) 

 

Performance times: 

16:00-16:20

18:00-18:20

20:00-20:20 

 

To coincide with the LUSH Spa opening at the Shinjuku store, Midori has collaborated with LUSH in writing original music for the new Japanese head massage 'Tangled Hair'. 

From 31st August, the new treatment will be available in-store along with the LUSH Spa launch. 

 

Event details


Sunday 8th September 2019, 14:00

Afternoon Tea concert, Tokyo 

Maison Premiere 

 

Hosted by KomaCon FanClub

 

Event details


Monday 16th September 2019, 16:00 - 17:30 

Asahi Culture Centre, Tokyo 

 

Lecture

Courtauld and Music

 

Midori will be giving a talk and performance on the topic of 'Courtauld and Music', to coincide with the Courtauld Exhibition at the Tokyo Metropolitan Art Museum. 

 

Details & Booking

 


Tuesday 29th October 2019 

Queen's University, Canada

Lecture Recital

 

In celebration of the 90th Anniversary of Canada-Japan Relations, Midori Komachi, violinist and newly appointed adjunct lecturer at Queen's University, will give a lecture recital exploring the works for solo violin by Japanese and Canadian composers.


Through this programme, Midori will illustrate the expanding world of expression and technique in the solo violin repertoire, which brings together various aspects of Japanese aesthetics.

 

Yuka Takechi: Beyond the Spring

Toshi Ichiyanagi: Perspectives

Murray Adaskin: Sonatine Baroque

Dai Fujikura: Pitter-Patter

Toshio Hosokawa: Spell


Saturday 23rd November 2019, 8pm 

University Church, Oxford 

High St, Oxford OX1 4BJ 

 

with Oxford Chamber Orchestra

John Warner (conductor)

 

Delius: Violin Concerto (Soloist: Midori Komachi) 

Vaughan Williams: Wasps overture 
Schumann: Symphony No. 3 (“Rhenish”)
Tickets: £15/£10
Tickets Oxford 01865 305 305

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