Harukaze: Concert at Sundin Music Hall, Sunday, 6月 12

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Harukaze: Concert at Sundin Music Hall, Sunday, June 12

春風コンサートへ今年も是非お越しください。. With these outstanding Japanese and American musicians, we are showcasing their extensive talents and deep musical passion in this performance.

Through this program, the Japan America Society of Minnesota (JASM) 西洋のクラッシック音楽と西洋の伝統的な音楽に携わる日本人の作曲家と共に文化交流を深めていけたらと願っています。. この演奏会での献身的なミュージシャンのパフォーマンスを通じて強い感動をお届できたら幸いです。.

This program also serves as an opportunity to express appreciation for the current members of the Japan America Society of Minnesota who continue to support the organization through their gifts and contributions to the building of bridges of cultural understanding and international cooperation between the peoples of Japan and the United States.

This year’s performers include (in alphabetical order):
David Livingston: Flute
Takako Seimiya Senn: Trumpet
Momoko Tanno: Soprano
Gregory Theisen: Piano
Jacqueline Ultan: Cello

The first half of the program will consist of European music and the second part will be Japanese songs that includes children’s songs and contemporary music.

Sunday, June 12th
3:30 時から開催します。 – 5:30 時から開催します。

Hamline University
Sundin Music Hall
1531 Hewitt Ave
St. Paul, MN

$10 for JASM Members
$15 for non-Members
$5 Students, K-12 and pre-school
Free for 6yrs and under

For the tickets, please contact JASM office at 612-627-9357 or send us a check payable to JASM or purchase online via paypal below.

Harukaze Tickets
Names of participants












David Livingston’s career as a church musician, recorder and woodwind player has taken him to the sanctuary, concert hall, music studio, and classroom. In the Early Music world, he co-founded The Livingston Consort and Minstrelsy. His recorder playing has been featured with the St. Paul Chamber Orchestra, VocalEssence, MacPhail, and The Children’s Theater. He can be heard on more than 75 recordings of Renaissance, Baroque, and Liturgical music. On modern woodwinds, he has played for concerts and shows at the Guthrie, Ordway, Orchestra Hall, and scores of churches and community venues. David is now Music Director at Nativity Lutheran Church.


Takako Seimiya Senn








An artist with international credentials, Takako Seimiya Senn won first prize in the prestigious Tokyo Bunkakaikan Hall Competition in 1993, first place in the Metropolitan Symphony Orchestra’s Solo Concerto Competition to perform in their 2009-2010 などが催され、 2016-2017 seasons. Takako was selected for a 2001 tour of Japan and a 2008 tour of New York City with the Minnesota Orchestra and has performed in numerous subscription concerts including several recordings. She has also performed in the Minneapolis Pops Orchestra from 2015 to the present.

She earned her Bachelor’s of Music Degree in Performance and Education at Musashino Academia Musicae, Tokyo, Japan and her Master’s and Doctorate of Musical Arts in Performance at the University of Minnesota. Takako is currently an adjunct professor of Trumpet at St. Cloud State University as well as Concordia University –St. Paul.










Momoko Tanno was born in Tokyo, received M.M. in Vocal Performance at University of Minnesota, and continued her studies in Paris, France. She has performed at the Guthrie Theater, Theatre de la Jeune Lune, American Repertory Theatre, Berkeley Repertory Theatre, Bach Society of Minnesota, and most recently, co-created The Story of Crow Boy Cwith In the Heart of the Beast Puppet Theater. Recipient of 2015 などが催され、 2013 Minnesota State Arts Board grant. Her CD Kono Michi, Japanese Songs arranged by Greg Theisen is for sale at www.momotanno.com









Gregory Theisen is a Composer, Pianist, Arranger and Educator. Gregory’s career has given him many opportunities for performances throughout various parts of the world. His original compositions have been performed in Walker Arts Center, the International New Music Festival n Zagreb, the Lisbon Contemporary Music Festival and concerts in Germany and Belgium. As a music director, he has directed musical productions including Ordway Music Theater (I Won’t Dance; Ruthless!; Into The Woods), Nautilus Music-Theater (many Rough Cuts), History Theatre (Cow Girls; Mesabi Red), Ritz Theater (Venus by Chan Poling) and Columbia Artist Management (An Evening of Lerner & Loewe; An Evening of Tony Sandler; Porter and Berlin). Gregory composed and music directed for Charm; Catch Me A “Z”; Raisin’ Cain at the Children’s Theatre Company. He has also performed with MN Orchestra, Guthrie Theater, and played about 100 Broadway productions at the Orpheum Theater. Gregory is a piano and composition instructor at the MacPhail Center for Music and associate Music Director at Nativity Lutheran Church.


JBU Promo Shot 2015Cellist Jacqueline Ultan is a singularly creative artist in her field with a distinctive voice as a performer, composer and improvisor. Jacqueline is in demand among today’s renowned theater, dance, pop, rock, and new music artists and has been recognized with a number of awards including: a 2015 MacPhail Commissioning Grant; a 2015 MRAC Next Step Fund grant; a 2014 McKnight Performing Artist Fellowship; a 2013 Minnesota State Arts Board Arts Tour MN Grant for Jelloslave; a 2011 416 Club Commissions Grant; and a Subito Grant from the American Composer’s Forum. Jacqueline’s unique versatility is reflected in the diversity of her many artistic collaborations that include the popular drum and cello quartet Jelloslave; Flute/Cello duo J2J; Pop/rock band The Starfolk; African fusion foursome Siama’s Afrobilly Blue; The Minneapolis Music Company; Improvising/Composers ensemble The Cherry Spoon Collective; and an annual collaboration with Storyteller Kevin Kling, now in it’s 10 year. Jacqueline is also a dedicated teacher, serving on the faculty of the Macphail Center for Music, Minneapolis Community and Technical College, along with a home teaching studio. Jacqueline holds a Master’s Degree in performance from Yale University.