Together with Multus (Japan), the Tomoko Mukaiyama Foundation (TMF) is organizing a live streaming concert series from the Netherlands. Cross-disciplinary artist Tomoko Mukaiyama will play a piano concert and create a visual experience with cinematographer Reinier van Brummelen and his team performing Canto Ostinato by Simeon ten Holt…
After the successful 1st edition of “A Live” from the (empty) hall of Muziekgebouw in Amsterdam, Mukaiyama and Van Brummelen continue to explore the new platform of music, performance, moving image, fashion and design during the Corona period. They aim to create an environmental experience, to explore the vivid music in a colourful visual journey and to share it with art, music and fashion lovers all over the world.
Within the culture sector, they are looking for new ways to distribute art and creation. Thanks in part to the far-reaching technical possibilities they can produce this live stream and show Tomoko’s concerts to the world.
Still, they want to make it clear that there is also a team working on this production behind the scenes. Without them, this would never have been possible. They, therefore, ask our audience for a small contribution € 10 to watch the live stream. Payment is done via PayPal. Only together they can keep the live concerts up and running!
Date & Time: June 6th 15:00 (NL)
Music program: Canto Ostinato (1976) by Simeon ten Holt
Concept Tomoko Mukaiyama, Reinier van Brummelen
Piano Tomoko Mukaiyama
Director Reinier van Brummelen
Design Tomoko Mukaiyama, Reinier van Brummelen LiveStreamed LUFTZUG
Sound Engineered Yuji Tsutsumida
Camera Floris van der Lee
Grip/Camera/Light Simon Ruesink, Roy van der Vlekkert, Erwin Roodhart, Reinier Zoutendijk
Tomoko Mukaiyama Foundation Multus (Tokyo) Singel Film Studios LUFTZUG LUX&CO
Special thanks to:
Arts Council Tokyo
Cam-a-lot audiovisual Equipment
Singel Film Studios