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Ensemble NOMAD 49th Concert
Human Voice Vol.3: Words and Songs that Transcend Time

  • Organization : Ensemble NOMAD
  • Section : In Tokyo
  • Type of Grant Program : Single
  • Art Forms : Music, Theater


The 3rd in the series of “Human Voice” concerts will present G. Frid’s mono-opera Das Tagebuch der Anne Frank, and L. Berio’s Folk Songs with soprano Akie Amo as the main guest. The delicate psychological drama of a young girl living in fear and despair and yet trying to hold on to her hopes and dreams are beautifully portrayed in the opera, the stage for which will be directed by Satoshi Inagaki, the pianist and a core-member of the ensemble. Berio’s Folk Songs is rich in color and delicate beauty, an essential work in the contemporary repertoire.

Soprano: Akie Amo
Performed by Ensemble NOMAD
Conducted by Kenichi Nakagawa (Frid) and Norio Sato (Berio)
Directed by Satoshi Inagaki


Ensemble NOMAD
Formed in 1997, Ensemble NOMAD has been highly acclaimed at home and abroad as one of the leading ensembles in the world, specializing in 20th-century and contemporary music, with its unique, infinitely flexible, and spontaneous programming. In 2003, NOMAD was awarded the “KEIZO SAJI Prize” from the Suntory Music Foundation (Suntory Foundation for Arts), and has appeared in most major contemporary music festivals around the world.
They have 11 CDs available worldwide.


Wakako Hanada
Ensemble NOMAD
#202, 4-17-4, Shimorenjaku, Mitaka-shi, Tokyo, 181-0013
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Tokyo Opera City Recital Hall (Shinjuku City, Tokyo)