Masato Suzuki Produce/BCJ Opera series vol.2 “Handel:Rinaldo HWV7a”

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【Notice of cast change】4 September,2020
We regret to inform you that, due to the continuing restrictions on entry to Japan by the Japanese government resulting from the spread of COVID-19 and the unpredictable outlook regarding the resolution of the worldwide pandemic, the visit of the invited artists from overseas for the performances at Kanagawa Prefecture Music Hall and Tokyo Opera City on October 31 and November 3 respectively has unavoidably been canceled. As a result of the thorough discussions mainly between the conductor Masato Suzuki and the stage director Mao Sunagawa, the performances will be carried out as scheduled with the following new cast. We will be grateful for your understanding of the circumstances.
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鈴木優人プロデュース/BCJオペラシリーズ Vol.2 ヘンデル 歌劇 ≪リナルド≫
Almirena:Maki Mori, Soprano / Armida:Saki Nakae, Soprano / Mago Cristiano:Mutsumi Hatano, Alto

鈴木優人プロデュース/BCJオペラシリーズ Vol.2 ヘンデル 歌劇 ≪リナルド≫
Rinaldo:Daichi Fujiki, Countertenor / Goffredo:Noriyuki Kubo, Countertenor / Eustazio:Hiroya Aoki, Countertenor

鈴木優人プロデュース/BCJオペラシリーズ Vol.2 ヘンデル 歌劇 ≪リナルド≫
Argante[11/3]:Takaoki Onishi, Bariton / Argante[10/31]:Hirotaka Kato, Bass- Bariton

鈴木優人プロデュース/BCJオペラシリーズ Vol.2 ヘンデル 歌劇 ≪リナルド≫
Araldo:Yosuke Taniguchi, Tenor / Siren:Aki Matsui, Soprano / Siren:Eri Sawae, Soprano

鈴木優人プロデュース/BCJオペラシリーズ Vol.2 ヘンデル 歌劇 ≪リナルド≫
Masato Suzuki, Conductor and Harpsichord / Bach Collegium Japan, Orchestra

鈴木優人プロデュース/BCJオペラシリーズ Vol.2 ヘンデル 歌劇 ≪リナルド≫
Mao Sunakawa, Stage Director / Tomo Sugao, Dramaturg

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Kanagawa Prefecture Music Hall
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Masato Suzuki, Conductor and Harpsichord

A multifaceted musician, Masato Suzuki appears on the concert platform in the capacity of conductor, composer and keyboard player. …Read more


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Bach Collegium Japan, Orchestra

Bach Collegium Japan is an ensemble consisting of performers of original instruments and choir formed in 1990 by Masaaki Suzuki, the internationally renowned and highly reputed Bach performer, organist, harpsichordist, conductor and musicologist. …Read more

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Daichi Fujiki, Countertenor

Maki Mori, Soprano

Maki Mori studied at the Tokyo National University of Fine Arts and Music, its graduate school, the Opera Studies Center of Agency for Cultural Affairs, and also in Milan and Munich. She is a winner of many competitions in Japan and abroad including Plácido Domingo’s Operalia Competition, and the recipient of Idemitsu Music prize, Washington Prize, and Hotel Okura Prize. She made U.S.A. debut at the Washington National Opera approved by Domingo.
She has performed with many renowned conductors as Seiji Ozawa, Chung Myung-Whun, and Fabio Luisi, as well as orchestras in the world and Japan. Maki Mori made great success “Der Rosenkavalier” at Sächsische Staatsoper Dresden in 2007,“Rinaldo” at the Edinburgh Festival in 2009,and as Musetta in La Bohème at the Teatro Regio di Torino in 2010.


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Saki Nakae, Soprano

Noriyuki Kubo, Countertenor

Hiroya Aoki, Countertenor

Mutsumi Hatano, Alto

Takaoki Onishi, Bariton[11/3]

He made his opera debut in Japan when he served as substitute in the title role of “Eugene Onegin” , conducted by Fabio Luisi at the Seiji Ozawa Matsumoto Festival (OMF) in August 2019. The production was a great success. The following September, he appeared in the NHK Symphony Orchestra’s concert-style performance of “Fidelio”, conducted by Paavo Jarvi. He received high praise for both performances. …Read more

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Hirotaka Kato, Bass- Bariton[10/31]

Yosuke Taniguchi, Tenor

Aki Matsui, Soprano

Eri Sawae, Soprano

Mao Sunakawa, Stage Director

Tomo Sugao, Dramaturg


Presented by
Japan Arts / Bach Collegium Japan
Cosponsorship by
Tokyo Opera City Cultural Foundation
Supported by
文化庁Agency for Cultural Affairs, Government of Japan│Japan Arts Council