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Sunday May 12th, 2024

Happy Mother’s Day!

Thinking of my wise, independent and adventurous mother.
Thanking all my girl friends who helped me with raising my daughter.
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Happy Mother’s Day!

Thinking of my wise, independent and adventurous mother. 
Thanking all my girl friends who helped me with raising my daughter.Image attachmentImage attachment+1Image attachment
Thursday May 9th, 2024

EAT / A Concert - Ritual - Breakfast/
Mediamatic_ 6-10, 12- 16 June

Early Birds tickets are available till this Sunday, 12 May 🌿
Ticket and info eat-tomoko-2024.eventbrite.nl

The seats are very limited – creating an intimate and personal setup.
If you plan on joining one of the performances, please reserve at your earliest convenience to sec ure a seat.

SOLD OUT/ 8 June 11:00-, 9 June 11:00-

🥢🥢🥢🥢🥢🥢🥢

Following a sold-out edition during Oerol Festival in 2023, artist and pianist Tomoko Mukaiyama returns this coming summer to Amsterdam with a series of fourteen concert-breakfast rituals.
This time hosted by Mediamatic, located within walking distance of Centraal Station where every minute and even second counts, a new approach to spending time is being performed.

Through a one-hour experience, EAT presents a seven-course piano composition paired with flavors that tell unique stories about time and place, such as aged miso produced on the island of Terschelling and plums from a 200-year-old tree. Energizing compositions by Henk van der Meulen and a Japanese vegan breakfast served on handmade bowls by ceramic artist Akihiro Nikaido bring what’s needed to begin days in a more attentive way.

Artist and pianist Tomoko Mukaiyama explains that during EAT, we sow the seeds, so that we can harvest the rewards in the hours that follow. She is interested in how people in Amsterdam spend their mornings. As many of us are stuck in a cycle of repetitive, easy meals and mind-numbing screen time, Mukaiyama feels the urge to disrupt this.

"Because the way I spend my morning strongly impacts my entire day, I created EAT. This performance is designed so that flavors engage in a dialogue with sounds, making you hyper-aware. After attending, you'll find a new focus, allowing you to appreciate the subtle details that often go unnoticed."

Tickets are now available from June 6th to 10th and 12th to 16th at 8:30 am. Prefer sleeping in? A second session is offered at 11:00 am only on Saturdays and Sundays.
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EAT / A Concert - Ritual - Breakfast/
Mediamatic_ 6-10, 12- 16 June

Early Birds tickets are available till this Sunday, 12 May 🌿
Ticket and info https://eat-tomoko-2024.eventbrite.nl

The seats are very limited – creating an intimate and personal setup.
If you plan on joining one of the performances, please reserve at your earliest convenience to sec ure a seat.

SOLD OUT/ 8 June 11:00-, 9 June 11:00-

🥢🥢🥢🥢🥢🥢🥢

Following a sold-out edition during Oerol Festival in 2023, artist and pianist Tomoko Mukaiyama returns this coming summer to Amsterdam with a series of fourteen concert-breakfast rituals.
This time hosted by Mediamatic, located within walking distance of Centraal Station where every minute and even second counts, a new approach to spending time is being performed.

Through a one-hour experience, EAT presents a seven-course piano composition paired with flavors that tell unique stories about time and place, such as aged miso produced on the island of Terschelling and plums from a 200-year-old tree. Energizing compositions by Henk van der Meulen and a Japanese vegan breakfast served on handmade bowls by ceramic artist Akihiro Nikaido bring what’s needed to begin days in a more attentive way.

Artist and pianist Tomoko Mukaiyama explains that during EAT, we sow the seeds, so that we can harvest the rewards in the hours that follow. She is interested in how people in Amsterdam spend their mornings. As many of us are stuck in a cycle of repetitive, easy meals and mind-numbing screen time, Mukaiyama feels the urge to disrupt this.

Because the way I spend my morning strongly impacts my entire day, I created EAT. This performance is designed so that flavors engage in a dialogue with sounds, making you hyper-aware. After attending, youll find a new focus, allowing you to appreciate the subtle details that often go unnoticed.

Tickets are now available from June 6th to 10th and 12th to 16th at 8:30 am. Prefer sleeping in? A second session is offered at 11:00 am only on Saturdays and Sundays.Image attachmentImage attachment
Sunday May 5th, 2024

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Souvenir of KUMANO
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