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2017 EDITION
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    Festival d’Automne à Paris
    156 rue de Rivoli
    75001 Paris

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Jörg Widmann / Toshio Hosokawa / Olivier Messiaen

Jörg Widmann/Toshio Hosokawa/
Olivier Messiaen

Momo Kodama/jörg Widmann/
Carolin Widmann/Christian Poltera

Music

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    • Maison de la culture du japon à Paris
      December 17
    The music of Toshio Hosokawa is poetic and evocative, yet always expressed with great restraint. Stunden-Blumen subtly combines western influence with Japanese traditions in music, poetry and theater.
    With the same instrumentation as Messiaen’s masterpiece, Quartet for the End of Time, which inspired the work, Hosokawa conjures up “nostalgic echoes” of western music.Jörg Widmann, both composer and instrumentalist, returns to the festival d’Automne with a series of Duos pour violin and cello.
    Jörg Widmann
    Duo for violin and cello
    Toshio Hosokawa, Stunden Blumen pour clarinet, piano, violin and cello
    Olivier Messiaen, Quatuor pour la fin du temps

    Momo Kodama, piano
    Jörg Widmann, clarinet
    Carolin Widmann, violin
    Christian Poltera, cello
    Co-realized by the Maison de la culture du Japon à Paris and the Festival d'Automne à Paris
    With the support of Nomura, the Franco-Japanese Sasakawa Foundation, and the Foundation for the study of the Japanese language and culture, working under the aegis of the Foundation of France
    Within the context of the 150th anniversary of Franco-Japanese relations
    A concert presented during the European Cultural Season in France (1st of July- 31st of December)