The 67th Doumeikai Noh performance features Karamono pieces sent in China, a country which has much influenced Japanese culture since ancient times. Enjoy foreign settings through Noh dance and music.
Date: Saturday February 26, 2022 1 p.m.
Venue: Kyoto Kanze Kaikan
44 Okazaki Enshoji-cho, Sakyo-ku, Kyoto
Program: Kongo School Maibayashi performance “Seiobo (Xiwangmu),” Kita School Maibayashi performance “Tenko – Banshiki,” Kanze School Maibayashi performance “Kou,” Dokucho musical performance “Chrysanthemum Boy (Kiku-Jido),” Itcho-Ikkan music “Shojomidare,” Kanze School Maibayashi performance “Yokihi (Imperial Consort Yang) – Kan-no-kakari,” Subayashi performance “Shishi,” Itcho musical performance “Kantan,” Itcho musical performance “Basho,” Imidare musical performance “Sansho,” Kongo School Noh “Kanyokyu – Kingyoku-no-ashirai”
Note: The addition of the Kogaki (special interpretation) “Kingyoku-no-ashirai” to the performance of Kanyokyu is not mentioned in the leaflet.
Starring: Hisanori Kongo, Tatsunori Kongo, Kinya Hosho, Kuroemon Katayama, Hirohisa Inoue, Yasuchika Urata, Shinji Takabayashi, and others
Admission: Adults unreserved seating 6,000 yen, additional reserved seating fee 1,000 yen / Students 2nd floor unreserved seating 3,000 yen
Tickets on sale: Monday December 6, 2021
Note: Ticket sales for reserved seating is available through Erato Music Management Office between Monday January 24 and Thursday February 24, 2021. If you want a reserved seat, we ask you purchase an unreserved seat, then call Erato Music Management Office on the number below. When making your reservation, please enquire about 2nd floor seating, which is also available.
Erato Music Management Office / Tel.: 075-751-0617 (Weekdays 10 a.m.–5 p.m., Closed weekends and public holidays)
Ticket outlets: Kyoto Kanze Kaikan, Erato Music Management Office, and the appearing performers
Organizer: Kyoto Noh Hayashikata Doumeikai
Click on the above image to view the leaflet (PDF).