Hiroaki Mizutani 2DAYS
Ticket on the day:3,850 yen 3,500 yen + tax (one drink included)
*Advance tickets will start selling at the Shinjuku Pit Inn at 11:00AM on
December 1,Thursday (we accept reservations).
Hiroaki Mizutani (b), Tomohiro Ishii (vln), Atsuko Hatano (vla), GUEST：Fumio Yasuda (p)
*Advance tickets (reservations accepted) will be available from 11:00 AM on December 1 (thu) by phone (03-3354-2024), at the reception desk of Pit Inn Shinjuku, or through the online ticket reservation form for each concert date on our website. A priority entrance number is given at the time of reservation.
*Admission to the 'Hiroaki Mizutani 2DAYS' concert will be in the order of ticket number, so if you have already made a reservation for a ticket, please be sure to purchase your reserved ticket at the Pit Inn reception desk.
*Numbers are assigned at the time of reservation.
*Tickets are available for purchase prior to the performance date.
Requests to Our Customers
Please be aware that the venue will be very crowded if you try to purchase your ticket reservations shortly before the opening time of 19:00. In order to avoid the congestion and ensure a smooth opening, we will start accepting reserved ticket purchases at the reception desk starting at 18:00. We apologize for the inconvenience, but we would like to ask for your cooperation in purchasing tickets early in the time difference. After purchase, you will be able to enter the venue in numerical order upon your return at 19:00 when the venue opens. Thank you for your cooperation.
On the 10th, we will feature a project that I have been planning since I heard Atsuko Hatano's performance in Inadani. With Tomohiro Ishii, with whom I began performing trio around the time of my move, we aim to create a string unit that has no boundary between arranged ensemble and improvisation. What's more, we will be welcoming Fumio Yasuda, a composer and pianist whom we greatly admire.
It has been four years since I moved to Inadani, Nagano Prefecture. The air is dry and the climate is relatively mild and pleasant (though the winters are cold...) I spend my days cooking with delicious local ingredients and going to the riverbanks and parks to practice my instrument. Under the wide sky, listening to the birds and insects, feeling the sunlight and wind on my skin, I may never have faced the sound of my double bass so slowly and quietly before. The feeling is naturally cool, and rich music comes to mind along with various sounds. Then I load up my car with instruments and equipment and head out to perform in the west and east. Once I get on the highway five minutes from home, I rarely have to worry about traffic jams. It is fun to drive a car anywhere in a relaxed and carefree manner alone. Perhaps the time I spent holed up in my hometown due to the Covid pandemic was not in vain. I have made many wonderful friends. Many musicians have moved here. It is refreshing and stimulating to play with people I never met when I was active in Tokyo, and to plan events and live shows with them. We hope to deliver the sound enveloping those experiences in a tangible way.