Hybrid program, Big Band Jazz pieces & Maurice Ravel “Boléro”
Pops and Big Band Jazz standard piece (Take the “A” Train, Sophisticated Lady, Caravan), will be played by Senzoku Music College students’ Marching Band.
The finale stage is Maurice Ravel “Boléro”, well known classical music.
Takarajima (Treasure island)
Marching Band Stage
Take the ‘A’ Train – Billy Strayhorn
Sophisticated Lady – Duke Ellington
Caravan – Duke Ellington
Grand Finale Stage
Boléro – Maurice Ravel
Meeting Time & Point
1) For the Café joiners
Meeting Time 15:50
Meeting Point : Quatre-Heures Wafel - in front of Music College main gate
15:50 Café & Supper time
17:15 Move to the concert Hall
17:30 Door open
18:00 Concert Starts
20:00 Concert Close
2) For those who would like to skip group Café Time
Meeting Time 17:30
Meeting Point: Protected content
Access to the music hall from Tokyu - Mizonoguchi (溝の口）
1) Get out from Middle Exit of the station (Remarks – Do not use front side steps exit)
2) You will find MARUI and NOCTY buildings
3) Walk the street between Marui and NOCTY. About 300m, you will find a railway crossing. (JR)
4) Cross above 3). There is a bicycle shop in front of you.
5) About 200m from the left hand side street of bicycle shop, there is a Family Mart.
6) Keep going on Family Mart side, about 150m, you will find the main gate of Senzoku Music College. In front of the main gate, there is Wafel Cake cafe - Quatre-Heures Wafel.
Protected content going straight of "Silver Mountain". Your right hand, you will see the hall. The path to the hall is under renovation work.
"Take the 'A' Train" is a jazz standard by Billy Strayhorn that was the signature tune of the Duke Ellington orchestra. It is arguably the most famous of the many compositions to emerge from the collaboration of Ellington and Strayhorn.
Take ‘A’ train by Duke Ellington
From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Boléro is a one-movement orchestral piece by the French composer Maurice Ravel Protected content . Originally composed as a ballet commissioned by Russian actress and dancer Ida Rubinstein, the piece, which premiered in Protected content , is Ravel's most famous musical composition.
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