INTERVIEW
Masahiko Satoh 3Days

:: Satoh’s three forms ::

I will not become an individual, liquid, or gas. Not be heated, refrigerated, or kept at room temperature. Also, will not go to the temperate, tropical, or arctic zones. Will not be on the ground, not in the air, not in zero gravity…

I just want to leave myself in a different situation for all three days and see what kind of reaction I get.

25th: Trio
The three of us are well acquainted with each other, but we hadn’t had a chance to play for almost two years, so it will be the first time in a long time that we could release our frustration.

26th: Confrontation
A magnificent view of the universe drawn only with a pencil. This is an environmental sound that I created and played on my own, based on the idea of if there were sound at the venue where Kozo Wada’s works are exhibited. We borrowed Wada’s work and used the room of Pit Inn as an exhibition space to see if the piano could adapt to the sound. I’ve already forgotten what sounds I placed where. 90 minutes for a win or loss.

27th: Sophist School
Do I go out there and get torn to shreds when three skilled people are waiting for me? Or it could be a “don’t mix or explode” situation and we may explode? Will I be rounded up without knowing it? Well, take your time and enjoy it.

2/25(fri) 26(sat) 27(sun)

 

open19:00 start19:30

 

4,400 yen (including tax) (including 1drink)

 

*We will start accepting reservations at the reception counter of Shinjuku Pit Inn, or by phone (03-3354-2024), or via the ticket reservation form of each performance from PM3:00 on January 2, Sunday. (Customers who made reservations will be given reference numbers for priority entrance.)

 

25th Masahiko Satoh Trio
Masahiko Satoh (p), Shinichi Kato (b), Hiroshi Murakami (ds)
26th Confrontation
Masahiko Satoh (p), Kozo Wada (drawing)
*It will be a 90-minute stage.
27th Kibengakuha
Masahiko Satoh (p), Keisuke Ohta (vln), Benisuke Sakai (b), Tsuneo Imahori (g)

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