As part of the Spain-Japan Year 2013-14,
the Japanese musicians RYOMA QUARTET, who combine contemporary and traditional Japanese music, make a concert tour in Spain with performances in Madrid, Santander and Bilbao (22-25 March 2014).
defines itself as a "classical and modern" group, in that it combines professional musicians who work actively as much in traditional as in contemporary pop music. The four group members got together in 2008, sharing the same desire to connect and create links between people through music, to communicate the beauty and richness of traditional Japanese musical instruments and to try to show the world a new vision of a musical form, while remaining faithful to its Japanese roots. The instruments played by the group are traditional Japanese percussion, the shinobue (Japanese flute), shamisen (Japanese lute) and violin.
Read more about the Spain-Japan Year 2013-14:
España-Japón. 400 años de relaciones
22 de marzo de 2014 21:00h Madrid
Círculo de Bellas Artes de Madrid
Calle Alcalá 42, 28014 Madrid
24 de marzo de 2014 20:30h Santander
Teatro de la Caja Cantabria
Calle de Tantín, 25, 39001 Santander, Cantabria
25 de marzo de 2014 19:00h Bilbao
Auditorio del Museo Guggenheim
Avenida Abandoibarra, 2 48009 Bilbao