Upcoming Events

Duo YUMENO Tenth Anniversary Recital
3/2/2019
Time 2:00 pm
Venue Weill Recital Hall at Carnegie Hall, New York, NY

The duo will celebrate its tenth anniversary in a concert featuring the world premiere performance of a commissioned work by Japanese composer, Toshi Ichiyanagi. The concert will also feature works by Daron Hagen and Marty Regan that blend Eastern and Western traditions. Japanese shamisen player, Shōho Mutoh, will join Kimura in an improvisational rendition of the classic Japanese, Shin-sarashi.

デュオ夢乃の活動10周年を記念するリサイタル。一柳慧氏による新作の世界初演から古典作品までを含む多彩なプログラム。司会に伊藤玲阿奈氏、日本からは武藤祥圃氏(三弦)がゲスト出演。

Program:
TOSHI ICHIYANAGI New Work (World Premiere)
DARON HAGEN Appassionato
MARTY REGAN Silence of the Moon
FUKAKUSA KENGYŌ Shin-sarashi (arr. Kin'ichi Nakanoshima)
SAYAKA ISHIGURO Genka Triptych

https://www.carnegiehall.org/calendar/2019/03/02/duo-yumeno-0200pm

Tickets

General admission $40, Students $20

carnegiehall.org, CarnegieCharge 212-247-7800, Box Office at 57th St. and Seventh Ave.

Contact info[at]duoyumeno.com

Past Events

Duo YUMENO CD Release Concert
10/18/2015
Time 1:00 pm
Venue Marc A. Scorca Hall, The National Opera Center America

New York based Duo YUMENO - Yoko Reikano Kimura (koto/Japanese 13-string zither, shamisen/Japanese long-neck lute and voice) and Hikaru Tamaki (violoncello) - presents a concert of contemporary works, as well as classical Western and Japanese music.

The duo is celebrating the recent release of its first album, Flowers, Birds, Wind, Moon: The Music of Marty Regan, which features the first and only significant duo written for koto and violoncello. The internationally acclaimed composer Marty Regan was commissioned by the duo to write this suite over the course of four years, and the recording was completed in early 2015.

The blending of these two instruments was praised as "exquisite" and "compelling" by the Aoyama Music Award jury (Kyoto, Japan), which awarded the duo the 2014 Baroque Saal Prize.

The concert will also feature newly commissioned works by the renowned composer Daron Hagen and by Yoko Satō.

Place: Marc A. Scorca Hall, the National Opera Center America (330 Seventh Ave, 7th Floor, NYC)

Time: Sunday, October 18th, 1:00-2:30PM  (short reception to follow)

Admission: $18 ($20 at the door)  Adults, $10 Seniors and students

NOTE: Seating is limited to 70 guests. Please order tickets online (http://brownpapertickets.com/event/2272779) or email info[at]duoyumeno.com with your name and the number of people in your party for guaranteed seating.

Tickets Adults $ 18 ($20 at the door) $10 Seniors & Students
Contact info[at]duoyumeno.com
Duo YUMENO @ Cambridge University
12/12/2015
Time 7:30 pm
Venue Clare Hall, Cambridge University

Currently residing in Cambridge as Clare Hall Visiting Research Fellow, composer Marty Regan presents a concert of traditional and contemporary works for Japanese instruments, featuring guest artists Duo YUMENO.

The program will feature selected movements from Regan's multi-movement work, Flowers, Birds, Wind, Moon, as well as works by Daron Hagen, Toshiro Mayuzumi and Kitajima-kengyo.

Tickets Free admission / Retiring collection
Contact info[at]duoyumeno.com
2016 Japan Tour - Cantabile - @ Tokyo
6/9/2016
Time 7:30 pm
Venue Denshō Hall, Shibuya Cultural Center Ōwada
The duo will be featured at Cantabile Kōjimachi concert series presented by College Women's Association of Japan. The program will feature newly commissioned duo pieces and solo works related to the theme, cantabile.
Tickets ¥ 3,000
Contact cantabile-k[at]keb-biglobe.ne.jp (080)5694-5797
Duo YUMENO recital @ Musikfest Nara
6/23/2016
Time 3:00 pm
Venue Kasuga Grand Shrine
The duo will make a return appearance at Musikfest Nara. This year, they will perform at the Kasuga Grand Shrine, one of UNESCO's World Cultural Heritage Sites.
Tickets Free
Contact info@duoyumeno.com
National Cherry Blossom Festival
4/1/2017
Time 6:00
Venue Millenium Stage, Kennedy Center, Washington DC

The duo will make its DC debut at the 2017 National Cherry Blossom Festival and celebrate the friendship between the US and Japan.

Tickets Free
Contact info[at]duoyumeno.com