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Makoto Ozone & Eric Miyashiro
"Jazz meets Classic" with Tokyo Metropolitan Symphony Orchestra

Genre:
  • Music ,
  • Performance

Makoto Ozone and Eric Miyashiro co-star in a show that runs the gamut of jazz and classical music! Ozone performs Gershwin’s Concerto together with Tokyo Metropolitan Symphony Orchestra, and Part 2 features a jazz session.

Performers

Piano: Makoto Ozone
Trumpet: Eric Miyashiro
Conductor: Edwin Outwater *Part 1
Orchestra: Tokyo Metropolitan Symphony Orchestra *Part 1

Program

Part 1
Tartini: Trumpet Concerto in D major, 1st movement, 3rd movement
Gershwin: Piano Concerto in F major
Part 2
Jazz session featuring Makoto Ozone with Eric Miyashiro

Tickets

Tickets on sale from Friday, April 13
S seats: 5,000 yen (Sold out: September 29)
A seats: 4,000 yen (Sold out: September 29)
B seats: 3,000 yen
25 and younger: 1,000 yen

*All seats reserved. Tax included.
*No pre-school-aged children admitted
*Tickets for 25 and younger requires to present ID and only available from Tokyo Bunka Kaikan Ticket Service and the following ticket services in Hachioji.
*Contents are subject to change.
*Nursery service will be available on September 29. (There is a charge for this service. Advanced reservation required. Deadline: Friday, September 21 17:00. Limited capacity).
Nursery Service Mother’s: 0120-788-222
*There is no escalator/elevator at Tokyo Bunka Kaikan Main Hall.

・Tokyo Bunka Kaikan Ticket Service
http://www.t-bunka.jp/
TEL: 03-5685-0650 (Operator 10:00 — 18:00 except when the theater is closed) 

・Hachioji College Community & Culture Fureai Foundation
[Only for the performance in Hachioji on Sunday, September 30]
http://www.hachiojibunka.or.jp/

・TMSO Guide
http://www.tmso.or.jp/

・Ticket PIA
https://t.pia.jp/

・e+
http://eplus.jp/t-bunka/

・Lawson Ticket
http://l-tike.com/

Contact

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

Flyer

Credit

Organized by
Tokyo Metropolitan Government, Tokyo Bunka Kaikan / Arts Council Tokyo (Tokyo Metropolitan Foundation for History and Culture)
Co-organized by
Hachioji College Community & Culture Fureai Foundation (OLYMPUS Hall Hachioji)
Supported by
Agency for Cultural Affairs, Japan Arts Coucil