Wednesday 3rd January, 20~20:55 

Radio Broadcast

Music Book Cafe (Japan)

 

Midori joins music journalist Naoki Hayashida and Gen Kimura (Director, Artes Publishing) to discuss her Japanese translation of 'Delius as I knew him', published in November 2017. 

 

  • Broadcast on over 60 FM stations nation-wide
  • Also available on iTunes Podcast

 


15th, 16th January 2018

Herstmonceux Castle

 

20th January 2018

Clare Hall, Cambridge

with Symphonova

 

In this series of concerts with Symphonova, Midori will lead the chamber ensemble.

 

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


 

Saturday 3rd February 2018

HMDT Music Box, London

Midori Komachi (guest artist)

 

Further Information


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. 

 

For non-members: Please book your tickets here  

 

Further information (Delius Society Website) 

 


Mendelssohn Violin Concerto 

with Ealing Symphony Orchestra

Thame Leisure Centre, Oxford Road, Thame OX9 2BB

 

Mendelsson – Violin Concerto in E minor

Fauré – Pavane

Elgar – The Music Makers

 

Midori Komachi, Violin

John Gibbons, Conductor 

Ealing Symphony Orchestra

Lord Williams Festival Chorus 

 

Further information (Lord Williams Festival Chorus Website) 

 

Book Tickets (Eventbrite)


23rd ~ 28th April 2018 

BBC Radio 3:  Night Blossom

 

23rd & 28th April: Music Matters with Tom Service 

www.bbc.co.uk/programmes/b0b03cg9

 

 

27th AprilMusic Planet 

'An introduction to traditional Japanese Gagaku music'

www.bbc.co.uk/programmes/p0657wzf


Saturday 28th April 2018, 19:30 

Recital at Clare Hall, Cambridge University

Midori Komachi (violin), Simon Callaghan (piano)

 

Delius and Gauguin:
A Concert of music expressing significant exchanges between composers and artists.

 

Delius: Sonata for Violin and Piano B major Op. Posth. 

Grieg (arr. Sauret)Solvejg's Song and Jeg Elsker Dig

Ravel: Sonata for Violin and Piano in G major 

Delius: Sonata for Violin and Piano No.3

 

Clare Hall Events


Saturday 12th May, 23:30~0:00 (Japan) 

TV Broadcast 

BS Japan: 'Enter the Music' 

 

Midori will appear as guest on this weekly music programme, featuring Delius and his contemporaries in Britain. 

 

with Sachio Fujioka (conductor)

Miki Handa (TV Tokyo Presenter) 


Saturday 19th May 2018,  9-10:30AM

HMDT Music Box, London

Family Learning Programme

 

Midori Komachi (guest artist)

 

Further Information

Wednesday 6th June 2018, 20:00 

The Victoria, London 

Nonclassical Album Launch 

 

Midori's new work, Song of Kokiriko for solo violin and field recordings, will be released as part of Nonclasscial's EP Outside the Lines.

 

Tickets: £8 (Advance) |£10(On the Door) |£5 (Students)

Further Information


Saturday 21st July 2018, 19:00 & 20:30 

Undershaft, City of London

Musicity x Sculpture in the City

 

Midori Komachi (composer & violin) 

 

As part of Whitechapel Gallery's night festival 'Nocturnal Creatures', Midori will be performing her new piece written for Undershaft in the City of London, next to Nancy Rubins's sculpture, Crocodylius Philodendrus

 

Free entrance, booking essential.

Please book your place here


Saturday 28th July 2018, 19:30

St.Mary's Concerts

St.Mary's Church, Streatley on Thames

 

Solo Violin Recital

From Baroque to contemporary: J.S.Bach, Ysaÿe, Berkeley & Patterson

 

J.S. Bach: Partita No.3 in E major, BWV 1006

Eugène Ysaÿe: Sonata for Solo Violin No.2 'Obsession' Op.27

Lennox Berkeley Introduction and Allegro

Paul Patterson: Luslawice Variations

 

Tickets:  £12 | £10 (concessions) 

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