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Motoharu Kawashima Works vol.4 by Dogen Kinowaki

  • Organization : Motoharu Kawashima Works Executive Committee
  • Section : Artistic and creative activity in Tokyo
  • Type of Grant Program : Single
  • Art Forms : Music


A solo recital program of works by Motoharu Kawashima, featuring Dogen Kinowaki on flute with an 8-member ensemble.

The program is as follows:
◆Brain Flute Cycle(1991-96/first performance as a cycle)
[Manic Psychosis I(1991-92)、Dream Structure IIb(1994)、Polyprosopos I(1995)]
◆Sight Rhythmics II(1996/99)
◆Manic Psychosis III(2003)
◆Scherzo(Beethoven “Symphony No.9”)(1997)
◆Mokudo(2020/premiere of new work)
◆Flötenkonzert(cond.act/konTakt/conte-raste II)(1999)

◆Dogen Kinowaki/Exhibition 2020[all performers]

Dogen Kinowaki (on various flutes)
Motoharu Kawashima
Hideo Kikuchi
Rie Tsukahara
Kiyonori Sokabe
Kosei Murata
Yoshiko Kanda
Kaori Ohsuga
Fumiko Kai
Tomoki Tai


Motoharu Kawashima
Kawashima attended Tokyo University of the Arts where he completed post-graduate work. In 1992 he won the Akiyoshidai International Composition Prize, and the Kranichsteiner Musikpreis at the Darmstadt International Summer Course in 1996. He was awarded the Akutagawa Award for Music Composition in 1996, the Nakajima Kenzo Music Prize in 2009 and the Toshi Ichiyanagi Contemporary Prize in 2017. As well as working as program advisor for Izumi Sinfonietta Osaka, he is involved in many contemporary music events and commentary projects; he appeared on the popular variety TV program “Tamori Club” in September 2016 and “Untitled Concert” in November 2019 as a commentator for a contemporary music special. He also undertakes conducting (member of “Ensemble Kochi”) and other variable performances, mainly of his own works and contemporary pieces. He is a Vice-president of The Japan Federation of Composers Inc., an Associate Professor at Kunitachi College of Music, and lecturer at Tokyo College of Music and Shobi University.


Motoharu Kawashima Works Executive Committee


Toyosu Civic Center Hall, Koto City, Tokyo