Daryl Jamieson


12 June 2020 – Galerie Paris shō and koto concert in Yokohama

I'm excited to announce my second collaboration with Galerie Paris, a lovely contemporary art and fashion gallery in Yokohama. This concert, a co-production of atelier jaku with Galerie Paris, will feature two masters of contemporary music on their traditional Japanese instruments, Ko Ishikawa on shō and Miyama McQueen-Tokita on koto. The programme includes two of my pieces.

fallen fragments is a solo shō piece, written for Ko Ishikawa as a study for the larger fallings for shō and u, viola, and cello. Have a listen to that piece on Soundcloud or see it on YouTube.

parting song is a short piece written for and premiered by Nobutaka Yoshizawa. It's based on a Chinese folk melody.

The full programme for the concert is:

Daryl Jamieson – 'fallen fragments' for shō
Daryl Jamieson – 'parting song' for koto
Toshi Ichiyanagi – 'Hakkō' for shō and koto
Mamoru Fujieda – 'Patterns of Plants: the eleventh collection' for shō and koto
Chiharu Wakabayashi – 'tamayura…momentariness IV' for koto
Juha Koshiken – 'Jinkō' for shō and koto
Improvisation for shō and koto

Time: 12 June 2020, doors open at 18:30, concert starts at 19:00.

Tickets: Reserved tickets at ¥3000 (¥1500 for students), including a reception after the performance.

Venue: Galerie Paris Nihon-Ōdori 14, Naka-ku, Yokohama

See more details and reserve tickets on atelier jaku's home page.