Phantom Asia

Live! Music

2013.11.09 -
EVENT HOURS: 18:00 - 21:00 (Opens at 17:30)
ADMISSION FEE: 2,500 yen


Join us on November 9, 2013, for an unforgettable evening of music and film featuring the collaboration of Satoshi Kasuga, tomoca, and kawol. Immerse yourself in the beautiful Asian video works and the deep tones of the oboe and guitar as they create a mesmerizing performance.

Don't miss this opportunity to experience the unique fusion of different cultures in an intimate setting.

Satoshi Kasuga is an artist, video/sound artist, and visual anthropology researcher. He completed the doctoral course at Tokyo University of the Arts Graduate School of Interdisciplinary Art and has been conducting fieldwork related to religious rituals, traditional performing arts, and sacred sites in various parts of the Japanese archipelago, Bali, and Nepal since 1990.

Tomoca is a Japanese oboist known for his improvisational performances and his music with an Asian atmosphere. He graduated from Toho Gakuen School of Music and started performing live in 2001.

Kawol is a guitarist who has been seeking Arab classical music since 1989. He has appeared in concerts at stadiums and theaters in Tunisia and other countries and is also known for his work as a composer for movie soundtracks.

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