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Karin Nakayama presents: Masterpiece Discovery Journey No.1, Traveling with Violin x Clarinet x Piano Duo Tanabata Concert ~ German Romantic and Contemporary Sounds by Expert Players

  • Organization : Karin Nakayama
  • Section : Artistic and creative activity in Tokyo
  • Type of Grant Program : Single Individual
  • Art Forms : Music


Enhancing and promoting the artistic and cultural charm of Tokyo to the world is our goal. Our theme revolves around the Romantic music of the German and French Modern, where the audience can vividly imagine the scenes portrayed in the compositions. Two central pieces in this concert will be Hummel’s “In Spring” and Poulenc’s “Invitation to the Castle,” which may not be as familiar to the Japanese audience. Additionally, we will feature the Duo for Ms. Nakayama and Mr. Jeong, written by Tokyo-born composer Masakazu Natsuda, who studied music in France.
The concept of this performance can be summed up as “Listen, Watch, and Feel.” The motto is to present music in a way that allows the audience to see and experience the landscapes, emotions, and stories embedded within the compositions. Through our performance and direction, listeners will have the opportunity to perceive and connect with the music on a deeper level.

Join us for an immersive experience where the power of music transcends boundaries, and the allure of Tokyo’s art and culture resonates globally. 


Karin Nakayama
Karin Nakayama is a violinist and a performer. Since 2018 she performs at the Düsseldorf Opera House for Opera “Nils Karlsson Däumling” where she performs as both an actress and violinist. She has been actively engaged in collaborative projects with composers.


Karin Nakayama


Wako University Populi Hall Tsurukawa, Machida City, Tokyo