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28 May 2015

The Church of St Edmund the King, London

Organ & Recorder recital 
“Beyond Bach” 
Music from Bach, Telemann and other works A brand new chamber organ for this recital - the first time this instrument will have been heard in public! The organ is very specifically North German in tonal stylen.....more>>



9 - 11 June 2015

Glasgow University, Glasgow

Seven documentaries made by Glasgow-based Japanese journalists of Japan Desk Scotland will be shown over three days....more>>



28 May 2015

Daiwa Foundation Japan House, London

Balancing care responsibilities and work is becoming increasingly difficult: a ‘sandwich generation’ is emerging, whose members are providing care both for their children or grandchildren,...more>>



23 April - 1 June 2015
Daiwa Foundation Japan House, London

Keita Miyazaki, a young Japanese artist, works on creating sculpture series and installations which evoke a sense of the post-apocalyptic. He is an artist exploring the supposedly polar notions of orderliness and fantasy......more>>



4 June 2015

Nunn Hall, Institute of Education, London

Japan is known for long working hours and a strong work ethic, and recent polls have shown that Japanese workers enjoy less sleep at night than workers in any other country....more>>



4 June 2015

The Garage, Norwich

The Japanese avant-garde collective Eggore and the painter-performer Tesshu present an energetic live painting and music performance to delve into an ancient future: a sense of the world as it once was, and one day may be....more>>

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