Art & Design

AJSW Classical music concert in London:
May 2013

15, 17 & 22 May 2013, London

Part of the continuing AJSW classical music concert series promoting and supporting Japanese musicians drawn from a variety of environments be they professional, students, visiting or home based.


Admission Free


at St Sepulchre , the Musicians Church

Juwon Ogungbe (Bass/Baritone) with Asako Ogawa (piano)

15 May 2013, 1.10 pm to 2.00 pm


1. La Cana - Spanish Traditional 2. Bolero - Spanish Traditional 3. En La Cuna Blanca - Alberto Ginastera 4. Cancion Al Arbol Del Olvido - Alberto Ginastera 5. Cancion Del Carretero - Carlos Lopez Buchardo 6. Nuit d'Espagne - Jules Massenet 7. Nahandove - Maurice Ravel, (from Chansons Madecasses) 8. Chanson Du Pecheur - Gabriel Faure 9. Eho! Eho! - Benjamin Britten (French Folk Song Arrangement) 10. Voici Le Printemps - Benjamin Britten (French Folk Song Arrangement) 11. There's A Good Time Coming - Stephen Foster 12. The Desire For Hermitage - Samuel Barber (from Hermit Songs) 13. Simple Gifts - Aaron Copland (from Old American Songs) 14 The Boatmen's Dance - by Aaron Copland from "Old American Songs".

Juwon Ogungbe
Asako Ogawa

Ed Bonner (Tenor) with Ryoko Izutsu (piano)

17 May 2013, 1.10 pm to 2.00 pm


Dichterliebe, 'The Poet's Love' (composed 1840), is the best-known song cycle of Robert Schumann (Op. 48). The texts for the 16 songs come from the Lyrisches Intermezzo of Heinrich Heine, composed 1822–1823, published as part of the poet's Das Buch der Lieder. Following the song-cycles of Franz Schubert (Die schöne Müllerin and Winterreise), those of Schumann constitute part of the central core of the genre in musical literature.

Ed Bonner
Ryoko Izutsu




Makiko Sada - piano recital

22 May 2013, 1.10 pm to 2.00 pm



Mozart : Fantasy in C minor K.475
Schumann : Allegro Op.8
Chopin : 2 Waltz
Chopin : Scherzo No.2 in B-flat minor, Op.31

Makiko Sada



15, 17 & 22 May 2013

St. Sepulchre Without Newgate Church (The Musicians Church), Holborn Viaduct, London EC1A 2DG


Tel: 020 72374445

Anglo-Japanese Society of Wessex