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Maestro Masato's Music Education Program - Rhythm! Rhythm! Rhythm!

  • Music ,
  • Lecture / Symposium

World-renowned musical artist Masato Suzuki (Maestro Masato) together with the Yomiuri Nippon Symphony Orchestra presents a classical music lecture series for teens

What rhythm from what piece will strike a chord with you?


Joe Hisaishi/Orchestra Stories “My Neighbor Totoro”
Steve Reich/Three Movements for Orchestra


Maestro Masato (Masato Suzuki), Conductor
Yoichi Nukumizu, Narrator
Yomiuri Nippon Symphony Orchestra


All seats reserved (tax included).
Adult: 3,500 yen
High school students or under: 1,000 yen

*3 years of age or under not admitted.
*Performers and program are subjected to change.
*Tickets cannot be canceled for any reason except for when the whole performance is canceled.
*If you arrive late, you may be asked to wait for a certain time or be switched to other seat.
*Even if a guest of High School Students and under enters with a Adult ticket, refund for the difference in price will not be available.
*If a guest of Adult enters with a U18 ticket, the guest will be requested to pay for the difference on the day of the performance.

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Tokyo Metropolitan Theatre Box Office
(10:00-19:00 except when theater is closed)
TEL: 0570-010-296


Tokyo Metropolitan Theatre Concert Hall



Organized by
Tokyo Metropolitan Theatre (Tokyo Metropolitan Foundation for History and Culture), Tokyo Metropolitan Government, Arts Council Tokyo (Tokyo Metropolitan Foundation for History and Culture), Toshima City
Sponsored by
Supported by
Agency for Cultural Affairs, Japan Arts Council