Lectures held at St Andrew’s are organised by the St Andrew’s Trust for the Study of Religion and Society
On behalf of the Japanese Society of Auckland, it is our pleasure to introduce the Isomura Brothers and their forthcoming Tsunami Violin Concert. This is a charity concert, and all the profits will go towards the victims of the Tohoku Earhquake/Tsunami of 2011.
Tsunami Violin – The violin symbolising hope, made from the remaining driftwood of the Tohoku Earthquake/Tsunami of 2011 is now brought by the Isomura Brothers for the first time to New Zealand as a part of a global music project, “Bonds made of a thousand tones’. This project involving 1000 violinists around the globe performing on this special violin in relay.
The Isomura Brothers(Kent and Shauno) are a New Zealand-based young Japanese piano + violin duo who have won numerous national and international awards. The concert programme comprises some of the most renowned Japanese composers’ classical music.
Please see the promotion video https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ySQZdBVrV0U
Official website http://www.isomurabrothers.com/tsunamiviolin
Official Facebook page: https://www.facebook.com/Tsunami-Violin-Concert-Tour-393090131088480/
Tickets available through Eventfinda We hope to see you at the concert!