Performance Saturday, April 2, 2011 | 8 PM

Neighborhood Concert: Line C3 Percussion Group

LaGuardia Performing Arts Center
This entertaining group plays the best, most virtuosic percussion music with unbelievable skill—and an enthusiasm that’s infectious. On this concert, part of Carnegie Hall’s JapanNYC festival, Line C3 performs works by Michio Kitazume, Takemitsu, Hiroya Miura—all composers from Tokyo—as well as music by New York composer Nico Muhly, whose music is influenced by Japanese culture.

This concert is part of Carnegie Hall’s JapanNYC, A Citywide Festival Exploring Japan’s Arts and Culture.


  • Line C3 Percussion Group
    ·· Haruka Fujii
    ·· Chris Thompson
    ·· John Ostrowski
    ·· Sam Solomon


  • MICHIO KITAZUME Side by Side
  • AKEMI NAITO Sanctuary
  • HIROYA MIURA Blowout
  • TORU TAKEMITSU Cross Hatch
  • NICO MUHLY Fast Music with Folk Songs


Nico Muhly Ta and Clap
Line C3 Percussion
Line C3 Recording Session
Muhly's "Ta and Clap," excerpt
Line C3 Percussion
Line C3 Recording Session

LaGuardia Performing Arts Center at LaGuardia Community College
The Little Theatre
31-10 Thomson Avenue
Long Island City, NY 11101
RSVP Required 718-482-5151

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JapanNYC Lead Sponsors are Epson Corporation; Mizuho Securities USA Inc.; Nomura Holding America Inc. and Nomura America Foundation; Kotaro ONO, The Chairman of The ONO Group; ROHM Co., Ltd. and Rohm Music Foundation; Sony Corporation; and Yoko Nagae Ceschina.

Supporting Sponsors are Deloitte LLP; Mitsubishi International Corporation; Suntory Holdings Limited and Suntory Hall; Takeda Pharmaceutical Company Limited; Toshiba Corporation; and Toyota.

With additional funding from Aladdin Capital Holdings LLC; Asian Cultural Council; The Bank of Tokyo-Mitsubishi UFJ, Ltd.; GWFF USA Inc.; ITOCHU International Inc.; J.C.C. Fund of the Japanese Chamber of Commerce and Industry of New York; Kawasaki Good Times Foundation; The NY Mets Foundation; Nihon Unisys, Ltd.; Nippon Express Foundation, Inc.; Nippon Life Insurance Company; Hiroko Onoyama and Ken Sugawara; Seiko Instruments Inc.; Subaru of America, Inc.; and Sumitomo Corporation of America Foundation.

With special thanks to the National Endowment for the Arts; the Ministry of Foreign Affairs of Japan; the Agency for Cultural Affairs of Japan; Japan Tourism Agency; Japan National Tourism Organization; the Japan Foundation; and the Consulate-General of Japan in New York.
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