Taka Kigawa
"Phenomenon... There's no denying he's something special." - The New York Times
September 30, 2017
What It’s Like to Hear the Same Piece of Music for 19 Hours
Taka Kigawa was one of the twenty pianists who performed Erik Satie's "Vexations" in its entirety at Guggenheim Museum on September 26 through September 27.
Taka Kigawa was one of the twenty pianists who performed Erik Satie's "Vexations" in its entirety at Guggenheim Museum on September 26 through September 27.

Taka Kigawa participated and performed Erik Satie's "Vexations" for about 60 minutes in total. Twenty pianists played, and the whole concert lasted about 19 hours. Here's the thoughtful and detailed report by Joshua Barone, who stayed for the entire concert, on The New York Times.

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