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Below you see a list of some videos of Junko Ueda, performing solo as well as in various combinations. This list is updated as new videos become available. To see a video, click on the related video image.
Yoshitsune by Junko Ueda solo
Live recording of Junko Ueda performing Japanese traditional biwa music Yoshitsune at the 10th Festival of Arts & Poesie in Valleraugue (Gard) France on 19th May 2012
Dan-no-Ura by Junko Ueda solo
Live recording of Junko Ueda performing Japanese traditional biwa music Dan-no-Ura at the Abbey Saint-Pierre-et-Saint-Paul in Caunes Minervois (Aude) France on 3rd September 2011 as part of the '6th Festival Troubadoures chantent l'Art Roman'
Heike Monogatari, Duo Ueda Offermans (full version)
Live recording of a Heike Monogatari arrangement by the Duo Ueda Offermans during their Japan Xmas tour 2011, at the Copis Miyoshi Concert Hall, Saitama, Japan on 24th December 2011. Includes the traditional pieces Dan-no-Ura and Gion-shoja. Ful version (26 min).
Heike Monogatari, Duo Ueda Offermans (excerpt version)
Live recording of a Heike Monogatari arrangement by the Duo Ueda Offermans during their Japan Xmas tour 2011, at the Copis Miyoshi Concert Hall, Saitama, Japan on 24th December 2011. Includes the traditional pieces Dan-no-Ura and Gion-shoja. Excerpt version (7 min).
How to Survive in Paradise II, Duo Ueda Offermans
Live-performance by the Japanese-Dutch duo Junko Ueda (voice) and Wil Offermans (flutes, live-electronics) of their classical "How to Survive in Paradise II" for the Màntica Festival at the Teatro Comandini in Cesena, Italy on 26th October 2013.
Where Two Rivers Meet, Duo Ueda Offermans
Live recording of the Japanese-Dutch duo Junko Ueda (satsuma-biwa & voice) and Wil Offermans (flute & contrabass flute) of their work 'Where Two Rivers Meet' at the Abbey Saint-Pierre-et-Saint-Paul in Caunes Minervois (Aude) France on 3rd September 2011 as part of the '6th Festival Troubadours Chantent l'art Roman en Languedoc-Roussillon'
Inner Voices, Duo Ueda Offermans (voice & Thumpy)
Live recording of the Japanese-Dutch duo Junko Ueda (voice) and Wil Offermans (Thumpy flute) of their work 'Inner Voices' at the Màntica Festival in Teatro Comandini, Cesena, Italy on 26th October 2013.
Murasaki-no-Ue, Genji Monogatari, Duo Ueda Offermans
Live recording of the Japanese-Dutch duo Junko Ueda (satsuma-biwa, voice) and Wil Offermans (flute) of their work "Murasaki-no-Ue" from the famous Japanese story Genji Monogatari at the Abbey Saint-Pierre-et-Saint-Paul in Caunes Minervois (Aude) France on 3rd September 2011 as part of the "6th Festival Troubadoures chantent l'Art Roman".
Duo Ueda Offermans & Obakushu monks at Kofukuji
This video is a summary of the autumn concert by Duo Ueda Offermans with collaborations of four Obaku-shu monks at the Kofukuji temple, Nagasaki, Japan on 15th November 2014. The concert was held at the occasion of the 360th anniversary of the arrival of Zen master Ingen in Japan.
Ginyü with the Troubadours Caravane
Junko Ueda performing Ginyû (The Troubadour), a composition by Wil Offermans with the Troubadours Caravane in the Theatre Municipal, Narbonne, France.