Visualized Bach “Red Bull Flying Bach” Japan Tour

2012.07.05 Thu

We’re back with “Red Bull Flying Bach” once again.
This classic music and break dance collaboration show will finally come to Japan in November.

Live piano and cembalo meets electronic beats. 7 break dancers and 1 Japanese contemporary dancer ride on the flowing notes of classic music, precise and aggresive steps and headspins will keep you in focus for over 60 minutes.

Last year they had a successful European tour and this year they bounce back with a world tour including 13 countries, 19 cities. The show in Japan will be held in Nov. 8th and 9th at Shibuya Bunkamura Orchard Hall, as they move to Osaka Central Public Hall in Osaka for performances through Nov. 15th and 17th.

Pre-sale tickets will be on sale starting on Sept. 1st at Lawson so better go pick it up as soon as possible.

“Red Bull Flying Bach”

Dates/Venue: Nov. 8th (Thurs), 9th (Fri) / “Tokyo Bunkamura Orchard Hall”
Nov. 15th (Thurs) to 17th (Sat) Osaka “Osaka Central Public Hall”

Music: Johann Sebastian Bach, The Well-Tempered Clavier, Part I
Arrangement: Piano, harpsichord, alienated electronic beats

Performers: Flying Steps, Yui Kawaguchi
Artistic Director: Christoph Hagel
Choreographer: Vartan Bassil (Flying Steps)

Show: 70 minutes.
Ticket Prices: S-Seats: ¥7,000, A-Seats: ¥6,000, B-Seats: ¥4,000
Tickets Sales: Exclusive Pre-sales from Sept. 1st (Sat) 12:00- Lawson Ticket / Regular Sales: Sept. 15th (Sat) 10:00- Lawson Ticket / Ticket PiA, e+

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