SUPER T : A Live

Tomoko Mukaiyama +Reinier van Brummelen Live streaming
Available for free from May 1st, 2020 at 22:00 (JST)
© Design by Simo Tse,Photo by Kazumi Kurigami

Live streaming concert "SUPER T: A Live" by pianist and artist, Tomoko Mukaiyama

As a pre-event to the performance “SUPER T-market Amsterdam x Tokyo” scheduled to be held in Amsterdam at the end of 2020 and at Spiral Hall (Tokyo) in the summer of 2021, enjoy the live streaming of the piano performance performed by the piano solist and artist Tomoko Mukaiyama, in a light installation by cinematographer Renier van Blumren at the concert hall Muziekgebouw aan het IJ (Amsterdam), which has received very good critics. 

Because of COVID-19 pandemic, theaters and concert halls have been closed in many countries, and artists have lost their place of activity. Tomoko Mukaiyama presents a new way to experience live performance, sharing space and time with current technology. This piece highlight some of the possibilities of performing arts in the future, where artists and viewers can connect through art while in remote locations.

■ Trailer : "SUPER T: A Live"
■ Event information

Title:SUPER T: A Live
Date and time:1st (Fri) May, 2020 22:00〜
Free of charge
Digital location:jp SPIRAL(http://www.youtube.com/c/jpSPIRAL
Performer:Tomoko Mukaiyama (piano)
Performance song:Yannis Kyriakides « La Mode »
Venue:Muziekgebouw aan ‘t IJ (Amsterdam)

Co-organizer:Muziekgebouw aan ‘t IJ, Tomoko Mukaiyama Foundation,Wacoal Art Center, multus
Planner:Tomoko Mukaiyama Foundation, Muziekgebouw, Spiral
Cooperation with:Fonds Podiumkunsten, Amsterdams Fonds voor de Kunst (AFK), LUFTZUG
Concept & Design: Tomoko Mukaiyama, Reinier van Brummelen
Director: Reinier van Brummelen
Live Stream: LUFTZUG
Sound Engineer: Yuji Tsutsumida
Cameras: Floris van der Lee, Stef van Wijk, Simon Ruesink

■ Information and recommendation

This Youtube Live performance will be available on Spiral official YouTube channel : jp SPIRAL.

We recommend that you set the image quality to 360p or higher from the "Settings" botton at the bottom right of the YouTube video screen.

Depending on your network environment, the video may be distorted or the audio may be interrupted.

We recommend you to check the network environment in advance before viewing.

■ Profiles
■ Tomoko Mukaiyama
Tomoko Mukaiyama is a Dutch-Japanese pianist, visual artist and director based in Amsterdam.
In 1991, she was the first Japanese pianist at the International Gaudeamus Interpreters Competition to win the Muramatsu Prize. She has been engaged by many prestigious orchestras and ensembles throughout the world, like the Ensemble Modern in Frankfurt, the London Sinfonietta and the Royal Concertgebouw Orchestra, among many others.
Tomoko pushes on the boundaries of the classical music world. She has a fascination for offbeat contemporary art projects and plays with the conventions around her instrument, her profession and its performance. Tomoko uses her experience as a concert pianist to give a new dimension to the concert space. As a multi-modal artist she develops performing arts projects and art installations that combine music with modern dance, fashion and visual art.
In 2007, Tomoko Mukaiyama Foundation was founded in Holland. In 2015, multus was founded in Japan with the objective to produce new pieces. The foundation and the corporation aim to produce novel collaborations that are inspired by Mukaiyama’s artistic vision of intertwining different contemporary art and music forms.
■ Reinier van Brummelen
Film director
Active as a cameraman since the mid-1980s. He has also been involved in numerous movie and TV lighting and set designs, and is known for his artistic perspective and technical knowledge.
■ About the venue
Muziekgebouw aan ‘t IJ (Amsterdam, Netherlands)

Established in 2005, the concert hall is known as the most important facility for the Dutch contemporary music scene.
It holds concerts of various genres such as classical music, electronic music, world music, and jazz more than 250 times a year. It is equipped with high-quality audio equipment, and the ceiling, walls, floor, and seats can be moved freely. This flexibly allows all scales of event to take place.


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