Current events (5)
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Exhibition by two Japanese artists based in Switzerland, Teruko Yokoi, an abstract painter active mainly in Europe and the United States, and calligrapher Suishū Tomoko Klopfenstein-Arii .
Location: Teruko Yokoi Hinageshi Art Museum, Gifu
Yann Becker, a Swiss photographer based in Japan since 2010, exhibits the photos of his own personal Japan: the places he has discovered and the people he has met.
Location: Gallery Koto, Kyoto
Both Switzerland and Japan enjoy a respectable position in the field of contemporary jewelry.
Location: HOLE IN THE WALL, Tokyo
Thirteen Swiss students (between 7 and 16 years old) from the music school Musikschule Zürcher Oberland (MZO) will embark on a 2-week journey to the Japanese community of Ishigaki in Okinawa to perform "One Blue Sky" together with the Ishigaki Youth Choir.
Location: Ishigaki city hall, Okinawa
The Béjart Ballet Lausanne is back in Japan after three years of absence!
Location: Tokyo Bunka Kaikan, Tokyo and other venues in Nagoya, Nishinomiya, Sapporo, Takasaki and Kawaguchi
Past events (303)
To celebrate their 10th anniversary, the Karo Alphorn Club, based in Fukushima, holds an Alphorn Festival featuring Alphorn Clubs from Kanto and handmade Alphorns made of debris from the disaster.
Location: Shinchi Town Gymn, Soma, Fukushima
Trio Rafale, an outright talented young trio and winner of the 8th Osaka International Chamber Music Competition 2014, tours Japan for 12 concerts performing works by classical composers and a piece by Sándor Veress, a Swiss contemporary composer.
Location: Kyushu, Mie, Hiroshima, Kyoto, Sapporo, Tokyo
For over a quarter of a century, the Swiss saxophonist Christoph Gallio is the driving force of the improvisation unit DAY&TAXI.
Location: Iwate, Tokyo Chiba, Aichi, Kanagawa, Kyoto, Osaka, Ishikawa
Following the Great East Japan Earthquake and Tsunami disaster in 2011 the Lucerne Festival Ark Nova, which is a fully movable concert hall, was launched with the objective to encourage the affected people’s hearts with music and creating bonds with the disaster area.
Location: Ark Nova Fukushima venue at Iizaka Gakushu Center
BIG-GAME is a product and interior design studio created in 2004 in Lausanne, Switzerland. The works realized by the studio in Japan will be displayed at the Garden Gallery of the Daikanyama T-Site during Tokyo Designer’s Week.
Location: Garden Gallery, Tsutaya T-site Daikayama, Tokyo
This annual charity concert is organized by the non-pro-t organization MOCT to commemorate the humanitarian achievements of Dr. Marcel Junod, the ICRC-delegate who organized and provided medical support for the city of Hiroshima after the atomic bombing.
Location: Hiroshima City Nishi Ward Cultural Center Hall, Hiroshima
Musicologist and Biwa player Silvain Guignard will meet Zenpo Simura, a Shakuhachi player at the second series of the "To the sounds of the Japanese lute" this year.
Location: Amagasaki, Kyoto
Held during Tokyo Designer’s Week, this is the fi rst design exchange project realized from the partnership between the Swiss Society of Engineers andArchitects (SIA) and the Japan Institute of Design Promotion (JDP).
Location: JIDA gallery, Tokyo
Originally titled «Sils Maira», this film was produced in the Swiss Alps with Juliette Binoche as the main character.
Location: Many theaters in Japan
Christian Delafontaine, solo utist at the Yverdon Orchestra, and Christian Chamorel, a prize winning pianist, are both from Yverdon-les-bains in the canton of Vaud.
Location: Okayama, Hiroshima, Nara, Kyoto, Osaka
The trio composed of the jazz pianist Colin Vallon, Patrice Moret on doublebass and Samuel Rohrer on drums released their second recording in 2014 on the prestigious international label ECM Records.
Location: Tokyo, Osaka, Fukuoka, Okayama
It is well-known that the design and architecture school «The Bauhaus», created a lasting blueprint for modern design.
Location: Misawa Bauhaus Collection, Tokyo