The First Joint Concert Performance by a Master of 'Sounds,' Kow Otani and the Eminence Artists

Nov 29th 2007
【Unearthing Eden】
〜The sounds of AINARU〜
The first joint concert performance
by a master of ‘Sounds’, Kow Otani and the Eminence artists.
Held in Sydney for two days only!
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The Eminence artists, Japanese maestro Kow Otani and Japanese singer Aika will make a special unit collaboration for “Unearthing Eden” concert performances at the Sydney Conservatorium of Music on Saturday 15th and on Sunday16th of December, 2007.
【Date/Time】
Saturday 15th of December 3PM/7PM
Sunday 16th of December 3PM/7PM

【Venue】
Sydney Conservatorium of Music
Macquarie Street, Sydney

【Ticket Sales】
The Eminence website www.eminenceonline.com
At Books Kinokuniya
*Now On Sale!

【Ticket Prices】
Concession : A-seats $60 / B-seats $45 /C-seats $30
General : A-seats $70 / B-seats $55 / C-seats $40
Proprietor Working Holiday Visa : B-seats $35 (only buy B-seats)
*Details of EminenceHP

【Sponsored by】
Madman Entertainment, Japan Airlines, Books Kinokuniya

The concerts will focus on animation music composed and performed by Kow Otani, together with artists from the Eminence Orchestra and the voice of Aika, to create a truly
Mysterious sound that will take you to a unique world.

Kow Otani ・・・Kow Otani's music covers a variety of styles. He is involved with a range of animation music, movie soundtracks and a range of other of music including such titles as “Godzilla” “Gamera” “Haibane Renmei” “Shin Kid_ Senki Gundam W” and more. He also supports the music of Dreams Come true, Southern all-stars' and numerous other artists.
Also featuring Aika, of "Makurano soshi" developing a mysterious world with an exotic vocal sound of beautiful contemporary music.

The Eminence Symphony Orchestra was founded to convey classic music to a wide audience. The orchestra's vision is to "inject something bold, dynamic and fresh into classical music". Eminence wishes to "break down the barriers between the audience and the musicians, and to revive orchestra in today's society; particularly amongst youth"

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