MOA Museum of Art invites you to delve into the world of Noh theater in the hands-on workshop and real stage performances. Professional Noh players and musicians will give you hands-on instructions to play some of the classical instruments. A rare chance to meet Okura Genjiro the Living National Treasure. In Part 2, stages of Noh and Kyogen will be enjoyed in the authentic Noh Theater of the Museum.
Date: Wed. August 25, 2021
A workshop on classical Noh music instruments
Starts at 10:30 (60 places available)
Venue: Museum Guest Reception Room on 3F
Instructors: Noh ensemble members
Lecture and stage performance
Starts at 13:00 (doors open at 12:20)
Venue: The Noh Theater
(1) Lecture on Noh music, by Okura Genjiro (Okura school ‘kotsuzumi’ percussions grand master and a living National Treasure)
(2) Lecture on the programs by Nomura Mansai (Izumi school) and Tatsumi Manjiro (Hosho school)
(3) Noh theater performances
- The Kyogen stage: Bonsan in Izumi school arrng., performed by Nomura Yuki and Ishida Tanro
- The Noh stage: Kurozuka in Hosho school arrng., performed by Tatsumi Manjiro and Nomura Mansai
Part 1 (Workshop)
500 yen *Participation only in Part 1 is accepted: admission fee to the Museum applies)
Part 2 (Lecture and Stage Performance)
Seat class S: 6000 yen
Seat class A: 5,000 yen
Seat class B: 4,000 yen *Museum members enjoy 2,000 yen discount on these tickets
Seats for young students aged under 16 available for 2,000 yen (not permitted to attend without an accompanying adult)
*The ticket for Part 2 includes the museum admission fee.
*Tickets will be available in mid-May.
Book your tickets online at the Museum official booking webpage.