1. Genten 2013 - Violin Exhibition and Concerts (Misasa Art Museum)


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    Last year, the Genten exhibition was a great success in Misasa. You can see the two videos I did: https://vimeo.com/43501048 https://vimeo.com/44624656 The organizers decided to make a second exhibition in 2013. It started on May 17th and will continue until June 22nd. The exhibition differs from last year, and there will be (free) concerts every Friday and Saturday. Mozart, Bach and so on. Every performance has its own theme and different guests. There will be also days when the organizers will show directly to the public how violins are made working in front of them. More information can be found here: http://misasacho.blogspot.jp/2013/05/vilolin-exhibition-genten-second-edition.html Here is a short video of some parts of the exhibition with an excerpt of a concert.

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    • Genten


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      production: k48; director: leone balduzzi; dop: victor rebelo; color grading: BAND.

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      • Genten Dir. Cut


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        • Genten 02 : excerpt of one concert


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          This is a short excerpt of one concert that has been performed during the Genten exhibition in Misasa. There is more concerts to come until the end of July. In this video, the two artists perform Edith Piaf's Hymne a l'amour (Hymn to Love). I hope you will enjoy it !

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          • Genten : Violin Exhibition and Concerts in Misasa


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            Misasa Town is holding in its museum, from June 1st (Friday) 2012 to July 23rd (Monday), a violin exhibition called Genten (literally “strings exhibition”) and concerts. It is free and we decided to upload a bonus video to introduce this event. We hope you will enjoy it and you can contact me for any question. About the exhibition: On the first floor (ground floor) of the museum it is an exhibition of, among others, tools, materials and the process of building a violin. On the second floor it is replicas of Bartolomeo Giuseppe Antonio Guarneri’s, a.k.a Guarneri del Gesù (1698-1744), works Concerts’ program (among others): June 15th and 16th Karl Ditters von Dittersdorf: viola and double bass duet Gioachino Rossini: cello and double bass duet June 22nd Alessandro Rolla: viola duet Jean-Marie Leclair: duet June 30th Johann Sebastian Bach: Suite No. 2 for cello, BWV 1008 July 7th Antonín Leopold Dvořák : Humoresque July 20 and 21 Georg Friedrich Haendel : Passacaglia Eugène Ysaÿe : violin sonata

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            • The History of Onitsuka Tiger: GENTEN: First Steps, episode one: "Roots"


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              All journeys, have to begin with a few, humble first steps. While its products may have reached iconic status worldwide, Onitsuka Tiger began with one man and a unique vision. In the summer of 2011, Mutaurwa Mapondera took his first trip to Onitsuka Tiger's hometown of Kobe, Japan in order to understand that vision; to discover where it came from and understand how it could influence the future. Digging to the roots of the brand's deep history, Mutaurwa interviewed five men reverentially referred to as "œThe Legends." Playing influential roles in the nascent days of the company, each Legend had a unique perspective on how the brand came to be, and working closely with Mr. Onitsuka himself, each one made indelible contributions to the legacy of Onitsuka Tiger. In the first of three episodes, Mutaurwa talks to two legends about the influence that the city of Kobe had on the company's character and ideals. Reflecting on their experiences, each Legend shared their views on Mr. Onitsuka, his leadership, his philosophies, and how the next generation can carry on and extend his vision. Stay tuned for episodes 2 and 3 coming in 2012. http://www.onitsukatiger.com http://www.mutaurwamapondera.com

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