Point de Vue is a concert series of contemporary music produced by the composers Teruaki Suzuki and Tomohiro Moriyama.
This year’s series, the 12th of its kind, featured premiere performances of new works commissioned from Chieko Matsunami, Masakiyo Sekito, Tadahisa Nakamura, Ami Ogaeri, Tomohiro Moriyama and Teruaki Suzuki. Guest performers Gentaro Kagitomi (violin), and Yoshito Numasawa (piano), whose careers have rocketed in recent years, also gave a special performance of Akira Miyoshi’s “Violon Sonate,” providing a valuable opportunity for a revival of this work.
Produce and organization: Teruaki Suzuki, Tomohiro Moriyama
Staff member: Toyotaka Tsuchida, Koki Kashiwagi, Masakiyo Sekito, Norikazu Omokawa, Tetsutaro Masui, Kotomi Igarashi, Chieko Matsunami
Point de Vue
Point de Vue is a concert series of contemporary music produced by the Japanese composers Teruaki Suzuki and Tomohiro Moriyama. It has been held 12 times since 2007. The series is designed as an arena for contemporary composers to create works by finding a mutual viewpoint (Point de Vue) rooted in their own musical ideals and values, and as a forum for their perceptions and statements to intersect. Each time, composers are commissioned to create and premiere a new piece. The series also regularly features a special performance of a work by Japan’s pre-eminent composer Akira Miyoshi, with the aim of bringing his music to a wider audience.
Tokyo Bunka Kaikan Recital Hall (Taito City, Tokyo)