Fun Palace Contemporary Music Live Event

Taka Ishii Gallery

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Fun Palace is presenting an afternoon music event in two parts.

On Sunday June 22, in the Jun Aoki-designed concert hall sonorium, the magazine will host a listening session during which a recording of Morton Feldman’s composition String Quartet no. 2 will be played in its entirety (6 hours, 7 minutes, 7 seconds). The recording will be followed by a live performance by contemporary Swedish musician David Wenngren (performing under the name of "Library Tapes"). For additional information regarding "Library Tapes" please visit the following homepage:

http://www.virb.com/librarytapes

We hope that you will join us for this very special event.

Date: June 22nd (Sun)
Location: Sonorium
Time: Doors open at 10:00

Event Part I begins at 10:30 and will finish at 16:40. There will be no intermission, however visitors to the event may feel free to enter and exit as needed during the six hours. Modest refreshments will be provided.

Event Part II begins promptly at 17:10 and the "Library Tapes" performance will finish at approximately 18:10.

Entry Fee: An all-day ticket may be reserved through Taka Ishii Gallery via e-mail: tig@takaishiigallery.com (to the attention of Yusuke Ishikawa).
The cost of attendance is ¥3500 and will include a complimentary copy of the first issue of Fun Palace, as well as modest refreshments throughout the duration of the day. Seating is by reservation only and tickets must be reserved though the gallery in advance. Seating is limited.

*Note: the location is not Taka Ishii Gallery but sonorium (http://www.sonorium.jp/main.html)

Please note: this event is being organized by Taka Ishii Gallery and the gallery magazine Fun Palace. Please direct any and all requests for information to the gallery. Please do not contact sonorium directly for information or the reservation of a ticket for the event.

About the event sponsor: Fun Palace is a contemporary culture journal published tri-annually by Taka Ishii Gallery. The journal has an interdisciplinary focus and the primary aim of providing a forum for an active dialogue across contemporary cultural boundaries. Please contact the gallery for additional details.

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2008-06-22
Event duration 10:00 - 18:10

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