Report|Atsumorisaigo|The Tale of the Heike Listened to in one’s sleep by Heike biwa

On Tuesday, March 20, 2024, at 7:00 p.m., The Tale of the Heike Listened to by Heike Biwa, listened in one’s sleep @ BIWANOTE, with the program “Atsumorisaigo’s Last Days”. Thank you to everyone who attended.

▼Click here to watch the show (audio only).
The Tale of the Heike, Vol. 9 “Atsumorisaigo’s Last Days” 5 min. 48 sec.
*Please note the volume.
Some parts may be difficult to hear due to the sound of the venue being left intact.

Thank you to everyone who attended and brought something to put under your body. The venue for BIWANOTE is Multipurpose Room 2 at F Place, Fujisawa City’s Fujisawa Community Center, Labor Hall, and other complex facilities. This venue is not equipped with yoga mats, so we ask that those attending the Sleep and Listen session bring something to put under their bodies.

Dress for Performance
Here is my hakama outfit and color code this time. I usually wear plain blue or gray, but this time I decided to wear yellow and green. In case of bad weather, we will have a good night in Hakama.

Once again, the concert was held in the light leaking through the door and in the light of the lights. Heike biwa narration sometimes brings tears to my eyes during practice. In Atsumorisaigo’s last days, I burst into tears when he said the name of the flute, “Saeda. What? Now? I am surprised myself because tears come out like sweat when I am about to say, “What? I was relieved that it did not come out during the performance.

It was great to hear from everyone who attended. We will do our best to encourage what we have talked about. Thank you very much for the venue, F Place. We are taking a short break from the Sleep and Listen sessions at this venue and are working on a new project. I will post it on the website when it is ready to be announced.

▼Listening in Sleep meetings are also held here

The 8th Yokohama Triennale Support Program
The Tale of the Heike Listened to by Heike Biwa @ Yokohama|The Tale of the Heike Listened to by Heike Biwa is being held from March to May as a supporting program for the 8th Yokohama Triennale. We would be happy if you could visit us at the Yokohama Triennale venue or with other supporting programs.

For more information, please click here.

List of Concert and Lecture Schedule

Schedule List

We look forward to seeing you at the venue.

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