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Japanese pianist Junko Ueno. Photo: Disclosure.

Japanese pianist Junko Ueno presents itself in the chapel Santa Maria

The Consulate General of Japan in Curitiba, in partnership with the Japan Foundation and the Cultural Foundation of Curitiba, performs the piano concerto of the Japanese artist Junko Ueno, featuring members of the Orchestra of the school of music and fine arts of Paraná – Embap, under the baton of Maestro Paulo Barreto, next Tuesday (22), at 8:0 pm, in the chapel Santa Maria, with free admission to the public.

Divided into three parts, the espétáculo will have piano solo, presentation accompanied by a violinist and a cellist of Embap and presentation with the mini Orchestra of Embap. The program is in the execution of songs from established artists like Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart – Heitor Villa Lobos-Astor Piazzolla – Ernest Nazareth-George Gershwin-Joe Hisaishi – Nobuo Uematsu.

Trajectory

Born in Japan, Junko Ueno Garrett has captivated large audience worldwide with its poetry, expressiveness, diverse repertoire and technique. He started playing piano at the age of three, He studied at the prestigious Toho Gakuen School of Music in Tokyo and is a doctorate in musical arts by degree of Rice University ¢ s Shepherd School of Music.

Service:
PIANO CONCERT “TANGO, SOUL & PASSION” (Japanese Pianist JUNKO UENO GARRETT, with the collaboration of the Mini-EMBAP Orchestra, governed by Paulo Barreto)Date: 22/09/2015
Time: 20h
Local: Chapel Santa Maria
Address: Rua Laurindo Advisor, 273 - Center)
Limit of 2 tickets per person: Free Entry.

Tickets: days 18.09 (Friday) and 21.09 (Monday), the 9:00 to 12:00 and 2:00 pm to 6:00 pm, at the reception of the Consulate General of Japan (Av. Bad. Deodoro, 630 -18th floor-cj 1804), on presentation of ID CARD.

Ticket reservations ONLY by e-mail: cultura@c1.mofa.go.jp with full name, RG, Phone and email to contact.

More Information: (41) 3322.4919 -Consulate General of Japan in Curitiba.

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Japanese pianist Junko Ueno. Photo: Disclosure.

Japanese pianist Junko Ueno. Photo: Disclosure.

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