Symposium: Kikuko Kanai and her World

Dates
01 July 2024, 10:00am

Venue
The Carne Room

Tickets
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01 July 2024, 10:00am

Venue
The Carne Room

Tickets
Pay What You Can

Our Pay What You Can model allows you to choose a ticket price that works for you, from £2 to £15, with a free option to ensure our events are accessible to all audience members.  

Any donation you are able to make will directly support our talented students and help us to provide a first-class educational experience for this next generation of professional musicians. 

The RCM’s Dr Maiko Kawabata is undertaking groundbreaking research on the music of Japanese composer Kikuko Kanai (1906–86), one of the first women to compose Western classical music in Japan.

This study day presents Kanai’s music in the context of the Okinawan folk music that inspired it, involving talks from leading experts and a workshop-performance from the London Okinawa Sanshinkai group.

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