Miki Hagioka was born as the eldest daughter of the 4th representative family of Yamada koto school. After she graduated Tokyo University of Arts majoring koto, and finished Master course, she received a doctor’s degree. She passed the audition by Japan Traditional Cultures Foundation and released a CD.
Now she appears in many concerts not only in Japan but also in abroad — U.K., Spain, and Denmark. She sometimes appears to radio, too.
This time, she will play three traditional music handed down in Yamada koto school.
1) Kisen:voice, koto, and sangen by Miki Hagioka
2) Okayasu-ginuta: voice and sangen by Miki Hagioka, koto by Shouin Hagioka, koto by Yuko Hagioka
3) Yuya: voice and koto by Miki Hagioka, voice and koto by Okahana Watanabe, voice and sangen by Kouichi Suzuki, Japanese flute by Tetsuhiko Fukuhara.
Five pairs of tickets (total 10 tickets) are available to Metropolis readers.
Please send an email by 31st of October with the title “11/6 koto” to:
Please include your name and a callback number.
In the case of a lot of applicants, we will choose them by a lottery.