Instrumental (Matryomin, Theremin)

Japanese Matryomins in Hong Kong for the first time! (JAPAN)

LiveMusic - Instrumental (Matryomin, Theremin)

Asia To Go Limited
  • Sun 08-12-2013 12:30 PM - 1 h

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Adult ($260), Child* ($150) - concert only (1 hrs) / Adult ($350), Child ($240) - concert + workshop (2 hrs) (for workshop children under 7 years old must be accompanied by an adult)


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Russian matryoshkas (nesting dolls) in the hands of experienced Japanese musicians!  

The theremin, invented in Russia in 1920, is the earliest electronic instrument controlled without physical contact by the player.  A matryomin is a matryoshka-shaped theremin. 

In this theremin concert, Mr. Masami Takeuchi, the foremost theremin player in Japan, will be joined by a matryomin ensemble.  Theremins are very popular in Japan, so in July, 272 players made a GUINNESS World Record attempt by organising a huge matryomin ensemble, and were awarded the first-ever record for “The largest theremin ensemble”.

After the concert, stay for a matryomin workshop, where you and your children will have the opportunity to learn some of the basic techniques for playing the matryomin.

Masami Takeuchi

Masami Takeuchi


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* Child price up to aged 12

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