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Tristezza di Sirena ~amore proibito~ Sirena of Sorrow

Date and time


Friday, February 3, 2017 Evening session (19:00~)

4th (Sat) Daytime session (14:00~) Night session (18:00~)

5th (Sunday) Afternoon session (16:00~)


Venue

Yakult Hall

Yakult Head Office Building, 1-1-19 Higashi-Shinbashi, Minato-ku, Tokyo 105-8660

TEL:03-3574-7255

◆3 minutes walk from JR Shinbashi Station “Ginza Exit”◆1 minute walk from Shiodome Exit 1 of Shimbashi Station on the Toei Asakusa Line◆5 minutes walk from Shiodome Station on the Toei Oedo Line◆2 minutes walk from "Exit 2" of Shinbashi Station on Tokyo Metro Ginza Line◆3 minutes walk from New Transit Yurikamome Shinbashi Station

Sponsored

Messaging Technology Co., Ltd.

Sponsorship

Kanebo Cosmillion Co., Ltd.

Sponsorship

Global Artist Support Organization, General Incorporated Association

Ticket

All seats reserved (tickets go on general sale from 12:00 on Saturday, November 5th)Planned price: SS seat 13,000 yen, S seat 10,000 yen, A seat 8,000 yen































A dynamic work depicting forbidden love

Tristezza di Sirena ~amore proibito~

This opera is based on the Greek myth of mermaids, and is a story about a forbidden love between different races, and a man and woman burdened with a tragic fate.

The long-standing conflict between humans and mermaids, the love-hate relationship born from a fateful encounter while each shouldering the burden of a blood relative's unintentional death, and the unbreakable bond between the clan and mermaids they must protect. , dynamically expresses the emotions that change from love and regret to madness.

This is a music entertainment work produced entirely in Italian, with Japanese narration and subtitles.

The entire piece has a classical crossover style, and can be described as an easy-to-understand easy opera that incorporates the essence of Japanese accents.

Act 1: Fateful Encounter/Act 2: The Captive Queen/Act 3: Days of Longing/Act 4: Broken Thread/Act 5: Moonlit Night Song< /span>


Composed of 5 acts, 90 minutes (20 minute break)


Appearance

Queen (third daughter) Sirena / Sailor Nereo Maria Seiren (countertenor/tenor)

Eldest daughter Onda Hiromi Mieno (soprano)

Second daughter Azzurra Emi Sakamoto (soprano)

Old Sailor Manatsu Ryu


Conductor Nobuki Okumura

Performance

Piano Tetsuya Ono

(Due to circumstances, the piano player was changed from Mr. Jonathan Katz to Mr. Tetsuya Ono)

Violin Hamao Fujiwara



Maria Seiren Orchestra

Lyrics by Maria Seiren / Fumiaki Uemura

Composed by Hiroyuki Takei

Director Fumiaki Uemura

Italian translation Francesca Donati


Planning and production Messaging Technology Co., Ltd.



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February 2017 performance EasyOpera “Sirena of Sorrow ~Forbidden Love~”Archive information

Thanks to everyone, Chiakiraku was a great success. (Number of spectators for 3 days: 1,572)

Please take a look at the warm messages from everyone.

Click here for the collection of responses from the premiere of "Sirena of Sorrow ~Forbidden Love~

 

< Media Criticism >A new opera, ``Sirena of Sorrow - Forbidden Love,'' in which Maria Seiren, a dual-voiced vocalist who uses both countertenor and tenor, plays the roles of a man and a woman, was performed at Yakult Hall in Shinbashi.The story is said to be based on the Greek myth of mermaids, and depicts a forbidden love between different races. The entire performance was sung in Italian with subtitles.Japanese narration and theatrical elements were also included to make the story easier to understand.The flyers and other materials are labeled as ``Easy Opera.''I watched the final episode, and what was very interesting was that the seats were filled with people from all walks of life.The performance was attended by everyone from young women to the elderly, including children, indicating that the performance was not aimed at a specific demographic.Even so, at the end of the song, a shout of "Bravo" was heard, and you could tell that each of them was enjoying the performance.It was a night where I felt strongly that opera performances are not just for a certain number of opera fans.(Opera Express)




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