There’s no doubt that SUGIZO’s interest in arts is wide and ranging, and next Spring you will be able to see him perform in a different light.
“7 DOORS – Duke Bluebeard’s Castle”, a play based on an opera composed by a Hungarian classical composer Béla Bartók, will be performed in Tokyo and Osaka from March to April, 2012. SUGIZO will take part in it not only as a music producer but also as an actor for the role of Bluebeard who lives in a castle with mysterious seven doors, and whom the heroine Judith gets married to.
For further details concerning the play, please visit the official website: 7 DOORS’ official website.
Ticket details can be found below:
– Schedule: March 16 – April 1, 2012
– Venue: The Globe Tokyo
– Ticket price: S: 9,500 yen / A: 8,000 yen
– Schedule: April 4 and 5, 2012
– Venue: Morinomiya Piloti Hall
– Ticket price: 9,500 yen
Theatrics aside, SUGIZO will also be participating in an event “Global Conference for a Nuclear Power Free World” that will be held in Yokohama. The conference brings together experts from around the world to discuss the issue of nuclear power in our world. SUGIZO will appear in a talk show and a music show on January 14.
Posted: December 30th, 2011
Posted: December 6th, 2011
As promised, here is our full report for Toshi’s recent performance at Tokyo’s Metropolitan Government Building.
Posted: December 4th, 2011
On the day after the 31st anniversary of John Lennon’s death, a memorial live is being held in Yokohama. Eight musicians including PATA will cover the great songs created by John.
“Dedicated to John Lennon – John Lennon Memorial Live!”
Date: December 9 (Fri)
Time: Open 18:30 / Start 19:00
Venue: THE CLUB SENSATION
Ticket Price: Advance 3,300 yen / At door 3,800 yen / Drink 500 yen
You can book tickets on the website of THE CLUB SENSATION.
Posted: December 2nd, 2011
In the early winter cold, ToshI performed a short concert in an event held as a part of the drug abuse prevention campaign at the Citizen’s plaza of the Tokyo metropolitan government building on November 27. Accompanied by an orchestra and piano arrangements, he sang six songs, two of which were new songs that were performed for the first time.
Our staff member Max battled the cold weather to attend the show, check back for a full detailed report of the concert! :)
• Haru no Negai
• Hoshizora no Neptune
• Samurai Japan
• Koko ni Ikiru (New song)
• Say I love you (New song)
Posted: November 27th, 2011