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Traveling Music Festival in KYOTO

Traveling Music Festival in KYOTO" will be held on Saturday, November 18.

Mezcal Jazz Unit, which is based in the south of France and has performed with musicians from around the world for many years, Florez Duo from Peru, and Kimiyo Ogawa, who plays the bandoneon, an Argentinean instrument, will be holding their nationwide tour "Music Caravan" starting in Tohoku. Caravan" tour will come to its finale in Kyoto on November 18 (Sat.).

European Jazz, Argentine Tango, and Peruvian Folklore. This concert features three groups of artists who have created their own unique musical worlds, each with their own roots. The performance will be centered on original compositions, interwoven with stories about the music of the countries behind them and well-known songs. Experience the power of music and the splendor of international exchange through the sounds of the transnational connections between musicians from France, Peru, and Japan.

Traveling Music Festival in KYOTO

  • Tavisaru Music Festival in Kyouto
  • kokoka Kyoto International Community House Event Hall
  • Date/Time: November 18, 2023 (Saturday) Doors open at 14:30, Concert begins at 15:00
    Price: 4,000 yen in advance, 4,500 yen at the door
    Inquiries and reservation applications/International Music Festival Traveling by Sound Executive Committee 080-3820-3309 (Mizuguchi) / 080-3118-7121 (Freddy) / kitgenkid@gmail.com

kokoka Kyoto International Community House

  • 2-1 Torii-cho, Awataguchi, Sakyo-ku, Kyoto-shi, Kyoto
  • Six-minute walk from Exit 2 of "Keage" subway station,
    10 min. walk from bus stop "Okazaki Park, Museum, Heian Jingu-mae".
  • Tel. 075-752-3010
*Please note that the information contained herein is subject to change without notice.
*Since this site uses automatic translation, the translation may differ from the original Japanese content.


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