Dulcinea Quartet, what a great concert!

Last Sunday, I went to Dulcinea Quartet first concert of their 2015 Japan Tour!

It was held next to the Tokyo JR Station, in Tokyo Tatemono Yaesu Hall, a place where I had never been to, and that was really beautiful!

Actually, it was my first time listening to a quartet performance this close, and I was completely astonished by the players’ communication between them.

When playing in an orchestra under a conductor’s direction, its completely different. Of course there must be some communication between players to make the music sound smooth and fluent, but if you look at the conductor, it somehow gets in place.

But this performance was really amazing. Despite the difficulty of every piece, all four of them (five, including the shamisen player Ichikawa Hibiki, in one piece) had perfect communication between them, and that made music sound really good.

It was my first time listening to a shamisen (Japanese traditional instrument) live, and it was amazing! It is an instrument I like a lot, it has such a great sound!

I’m not going to spoil too much on their pieces, as there are still a lot of performances coming soon, which I remind, are:

Date
Location
March 30
Tokyo
April 5
Ibaraki
April 7
Aomori
April 8
Aomori

Lastly, I want to thank Dulcinea Quartet for their invitation to this superb concert, and want to congratulate each and every one of them (including Ichikawa Hibiki) for their amazing performance. Hope to listen to you guys someday soon! Wish all the best for your next performances!

Don’t forget to support them, and to visit their official pages to stay tuned to updates!


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