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Ivan Lins in Tokyo at Cotton Club 2010.03.09 – 2010.03.10

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Ivan Lins is a Latin Grammy winning Brazilian musician. He has been an active performer and songwriter of Brazilian popular music (MPB) and jazz for over 30 years. His first hit, Madalena, was recorded by Elis Regina in 1970. Beyond his own performance of his compositions, Simone is his most notable and respected interpreter. His 1989 hit song “Love Dance” is one of the most re-recorded songs in musical history.
Ivan Lins was nominated for three Latin Grammy Awards in 2009 for his latest album, Regência: Vince Mendoza performed with The Metropole Orchestra. He was nominated for Record of the Year (“Arlequim Desconhecido”) & Album of the Year. He won the award for Best MPB (Música Popular Brasileira) Album.

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“Ivan Lins & The Metropole Orchestra”   (Biscoito Fino)

The popular Brazilian songwriter will stage with his band.
Marco Brito(keyboards), Nema Antunes(bass), Teo Lima(drums) and others.
Date: March 9th & 10th, 2010 (Tuesday & Wednesday)
Showtimes : 7:00pm & 9:30pm
Venue: Cotton Club
Reservations accepted from January 30th, 2010 (Saturday)
Tickets:
Table seat: ¥8,400
BOX A (for 4 people): ¥10,500 per person
BOX B (for 2 people): ¥10,000 per person
BOX S (for 2 people): ¥10,000 per person
SEAT C (for 2 people): ¥9,500 per person

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Access to COTTON CLUB
Address: TOKIA 2F, TOKYO Bldg., 2-7-3 Marunouchi, Chiyoda-ku, Tokyo 100-6402

TEL +81-3-3215-1555
Reservations & Inquiries(11:00am – 11:00pm *sun & holiday 11:00am – 9:00pm) 

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Lançamento da Imprensa Oficial: “Crônicas do Inesperado” 2010.02.22

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“Crônicas do Inesperado”, do embaixador aposentado Renato Prado Guimarães mostra fotografias e crônicas de um autor que tem encantamento pelo país. O livro mostra episódios curiosos vividos por Guimarães durante os anos em que morou em diversos países em razão de sua profissão, sempre com o Brasil como pano de fundo.
Ainda inédito no Brasil – a obra foi lançada na Feira de Livros de Frankfurt, em outubro de 2009 -, “Crônicas do Inesperado” mostra um autor dono de uma prosa inteligente e divertida, narrando casos curiosos sobre música, história, futebol, discursos e rotinas diplomáticas. Renato Prado Guimarães exalta a cultura brasileira e o Brasil sem esbarrar em ufanismos – ele escreve, por exemplo, que a primeira carta sobre o Brasil não foi de Pero Vaz de Caminha e que cariocas pagaram a cachaça do carrasco da seleção brasileira na Copa de 1950, o capitão uruguaio Obdulio Varela. Ele contagia o leitor com a mesma surpresa que revela ter sentido nas descobertas ao longo de suas viagens profissionais. As 42 crônicas estão divididas em nove seções, apresentadas por fotografias de Marcos Vilas Boas, também autor da imagem de capa.
O patriotismo brota das páginas naturalmente, como no episódio da Copa do Mundo de 2006: depois da derrota na Alemanha, o diplomata viu que nossa bandeira estava em liquidação em diversos estabelecimentos da cidade japonesa de Oizumi. “Reclamando que bandeira nacional não se liquida, usei dinheiro do próprio bolso para tirar de circulação todas as que pude localizar. Fiz com isso um bom estoque”, diz.
No Brasil, o livro será lançado no dia 22 de fevereiro de 2010, na Casa das Rosas (Av.Paulista, 37), a partir das 19 horas.

Medicine and Art: Imagining a future for life and love 2009.11.28 – 2010.2.28

Medicine and Art
For most human beings their own body represents both the most familiar and most unknown of worlds. From ancient times humans have sought to unravel the secret mechanisms of the body, developing in the process a wealth of medical expertise. At the same time we have seen our own bodies as vessels for the representation of ideals of beauty, and long sought to depict our bodies in paintings and drawings. Leonardo da Vinci, who went so far as to dissect human bodies in order to make more accurate depictions of them, is perhaps the single creator whose output best embodies the integration of the scientific and artistic aspects of the body.
Consisting of around 150 valuable medical artifacts from the Wellcome Collection and around 30 works of old Japanese and contemporary art, the exhibition presents an integrated vision of medicine and the arts, science and beauty. The show is a unique attempt to reconsider the science’s role in health and happiness and also the meaning of human life and death. A highlight of the exhibition is three anatomical sketches by Leonardo da Vinci from the Royal Collection, owned by Queen Elizabeth II.

Exhibition: Medicine and Art: Imagining a Future for Life and Love
Date: Nov.28th, 2009 to Feb.28th, 2010
Venue: MORI ART MUSEUM
Admission: Adults (¥1,500), Students (University and High School ¥1,000), Children (Middle School and under ¥500)
Address: ROPPONGI HILLS MORI TOWER (53F), 6-10-1 ROPPONGI, MINATO-KU, TOKYO, JAPAN
For further information, call 03-5777-8600 (HELLO DIAL) or access www.mori.art.museum/eng
Access to Roppongi Hills:  Nearest station Roppongi
4 min walk from Roppongi Station on the Toei Oedo Line
5 min walk from Azabu Juban Station on the Toei Oedo Line
10 min walk from Roppongi Station on the Tokyo Metro Hibiya Line (Roppongi Hills exit)

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PHOENIX GRAND FESTIVAL FLY2010 – 2010.02.20 – 2010.02.21

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Phoenix Grand Festival
Darts championship open to general public.
Date: February 20 & 21,  2010 (Saturday & Sunday)
Starting time: 9:00 AM
Entrance: free (Fee required for participation in tournament)
Venue: Makuhari Messe, Chiba
For details about the venue, visit http://www.m-messe.co.jp/en/access/index.html
Address: 2-1 Mihama-ku, Chiba-shi, Chiba-ken
Nearest station: Kaihin-Makuhari
For further information about the darts tournament, call 047-176-4040 or visit http://www.dartsjapan.jp/tournaments/index.php?work=view&year=2010&month=02&num=175

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