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Tokyo Bunka Kaikan Music Workshop (May & June)

Genre:
  • Music ,
  • Kids / Youth ,
  • Workshop

Everyone from infants to adults can discover a whole new world through music
Tokyo Bunka Kaikan’s music workshop program was born out of the desire to get more people enjoying the wonder of music in more casual and accessible ways. The aim of the initiative is to nurture generosity and richness of spirit through participatory workshops that foster self expression and communication skills, and raise awareness and interest in music and the arts.
Tokyo Bunka Kaikan’s workshops are participatory education programs open to anyone from children to adults. In them, people will develop their creativity and spirit of cooperation while they experience the joy of genre transcending music.

Program

Sunday, May 21

Treasure Box in the Sea *Sold Out
Deep, deep down at the bottom of a musical ocean are two treasure boxes. Get ready to sing and dance those boxes open!

10:30-11:30 (Registration 10:00-10:20)
Participants: 6-18 months old (Parents/caregivers: up to 2)
12:00-13:00 (Registration 11:30-11:50)
Participants: 19-35 moths old (Parents/caregivers: up to 2)
14:30-15:30 (Registration 14:00-14:20)
Participants: 3-4 years old (Parents/caregivers: up to 1)
Capacity: about 20 each session
Performers: Ayako Noguchi, Shiori Sakurai

Sunday, June 25

Nyao nyao! Chu chu! *Sold Out
Join Cat, Mouse, and other participants to plant the seeds of music!

10:30-11:30 (Registration 10:00-10:20)
Participants: 19-35 months old (Parents/caregivers: up to 2)
12:00-13:00 (Registration 11:30-11:50)
Participants: 3-4 years old (Parents/caregivers: up to 1)
Capacity: about 20 each session
Performers: Yukako Takada, Nobutaka Yoshizawa

GO! WILD!
Try communicating with the music-loving Pulpicotecamanchu people through songs and rhythm!

14:30-15:30 (Registration 14:00-14:20)
Participants: Elementary school children to adults (No pre-school-aged children admitted, parents/caregivers not allowed)
Capacity: about 30
Performers: Mio Takase, Ayako Noguchi

Request to Parents and Guardians

Each workshop is designed for a specific age range. Please refrain from bringing small children other than the workshop participants (such as siblings), as the presence of children of other ages will hinder the progress of the workshop.
*Persons accompanying workshop participants must be junior high school age or older.

About workshop participation

  • People of junior high school age or above accompanying children will need to pay for a ticket.
  • Participants should go to the stage door directly opposite the ticket gate at the Park Exit of JR Ueno station. Staff members will take you to the reception area. Please note you cannot enter via Tokyo Bunka Kaikan’s main entrance.
  • Reception will open 30 minutes before each session. Please make sure you allow enough time for on-site subscription to event insurance (included in the ticket price) and travel time to the venue.
  • Please wear comfortable shoes and clothing.
  • Participants should be the required age on the day of the event.
  • Nursing and diaper-changing areas will be provided (only applies to sessions for children aged 6 to 18 months and 19 to 35 months old).

*There will be no admission once the event has started so please allow enough time.
*Please note you may be filmed or photographed during the workshops.
*Please note workshops are subject to change or cancellation due to unavoidable circumstances.

Tickets

Tickets on sale from Sunday, February 26
500 yen
*Tickets are required for parents/caregivers (junior high school students and older) to accompany.

Tickets for “Treasure Box in the Sea” and “Nyao nyao! Chu chu!” are sold out.

Tokyo Bunka Kaikan Ticket Service
TEL: 03-5685-0650 (Operator 10:00 — 18:00 except when the theater is closed)

Contact

Tokyo Bunka Kaikan Ticket Service
TEL: 03-5685-0650

Venues

Tokyo Bunka Kaikan Rehearsal Room

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Credit

Organized by
Tokyo Metropolitan Government, Tokyo Bunka Kaikan / Arts Council Tokyo (Tokyo Metropolitan Foundation for History and Culture)
Supported by
Embassy of Portugal in Japan
Cooperated by
Ueno Gakuen University
Assisted by
Japan Foundation for Regional Art-Activities