1st November 2017, 19:00
Ginza Oji Hall, Tokyo
Midori Komachi Violin Recital & Book Launch
Midori Komachi (violin), Tadahiro Yonezu (piano)
This recital will celebrate Midori's publication, a Japanese translation of Eric Fenby's Delius a I knew him.
The programme will feature the 4 Violin Sonatas by Frederick Delius.
Tickets: 4,500 Yen
Booking: Ginza Oji Hall
Organised by: Takashima Artists Management
Supported by: The Delius Trust, Great Britain Sasakawa Foundation, British Council, Japan-British Society
Sunday 5th November
Mendelssohn Violin Concerto
with Thalwil Chamber Orchestra
Midori Komachi (solo violin)
Maya Wenger (conductor)
Saturday 25th November
HMDT Music Box, London
Family learning programme
Midori Komachi (violin, guest artist)
Friday 8th December
Private Concert, London
Saturday 16th December
Private Concert, London
Friday 22nd December, 12:15pm
Delius Book & CD Launch
Lunchtime Concert at Ginza Yamano Gakki (Flagship store)
7th Floor JamSpot
Midori Komachi, violin
Book and CD signing will take place after the concert.
Items on sale ：
CD: Colours of the Heart, Japanese version (Naxos Japan)
CD: The music of Frederick Delius (Warner Music)
Book: Japanese publication of 'Delius as I knew him' by Eric Fenby (translated by Midori Komachi, Artes Publishing)
27th December 2017 20:00~20:55
Midori Komachi (Guest) & Naoki Hayashida (Guest)
20th January 2018
Clare Hall, Cambridge
Midori will be leading the Symphonova
Vaughan Williams Fantasia on a theme by Thomas Tallis
Adaskin Serenade for strings
Jeremy Thurlow Upon height, upon hollow – concerto for flute and chamber orchestra (World Premiere).
Grieg Holberg Suite op. 40
Janáček Suite for Strings no. 1
Wednesday 28th February 2018, 7:15pm
The National Liberal Club, London
Talk & Recital for the Delius Society
Midori Komachi with Nick Luscombe (BBC Radio 3 broadcaster),
Simon Callaghan (piano)
'Delius in Japan'
Violinist Midori Komachi discusses her Japanese translation of Eric Fenby’s classic book of recollections, ‘Delius as I Knew Him’, and her experiences of performing
Delius in Japan in conversation with BBC Radio 3 broadcaster, Nick Luscombe,
plus live performances from Midori with pianist Simon Callaghan.
Admission: £5 for Delius Society members; £10 for non-members, of which £5 is refundable for those who join the Society.
Supper after (venue tbc)