A concert offering by Tokyo Metropolitan Theater, featuring orchestral performances and entertaining talks allowing the audience to truly relish the appeal of music.
Following on from last year, Masato Suzuki, a leading figure in the world of music for his borderless work, and the Yomiuri Nippon Symphony Orchestra are joined by actor and singer Kanji Ishimaru, known as a host for long-running TV show “Untitled Concert.” This year’s concert is themed around the essential musical element of harmony, with a program that includes pieces you always wanted to see performed live, and rare and unusual pieces you might never have the chance to see performed again if you miss this opportunity.
John Williams: “Main Theme” from the movie “Star Wars”
Mendelssohn: “Wedding March” from “A Midsummer Night’s Dream” based on the play
Rodgers and Hammerstein: “Edelweiss” from the movie “The Sound of Music”
Wagner: Prelude to “Tristan und Isolde”
Webern: 1st Movement from “Five Pieces for Orchestra”
Murail: “Reflets I – Spleen” from “Reflections”
Elgar: March No. 1 from “The Pomp and Circumstance Marches”
Conductor and speaker: Masato Suzuki
MC: Kanji Ishimaru (Actor, singer)
Orchestra: Yomiuri Nippon Symphony Orchestra
All seats reserved (tax included)
Adult: 3,500 yen
Children of four or over/high school students or under: 1,000 yen
*3 years of age or under will not be admitted.
*If an attendee of high school age or under presents an adult ticket, we are not able to refund the difference in price.
*If an attendee of adult age presents an eighteen or under ticket, they will be requested to pay for the difference on the day of the performance.
*Performers and program are subjected to change.
*Tickets cannot be canceled for any reason except when the whole performance is canceled.
*If you arrive late, you may be asked to wait or be switched to another seat.
・Tokyo Metropolitan Theatre Box Office
TEL: 0570-010-296 (10:00-19:00 except when theater is closed)
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Business hours: 10:00-19:00 except when theater is closed
Pre-performance briefing for the visually-impaired
In order to improve the concert experience for visually-impaired members of the audience, we will hold a pre-performance briefing to outline the program, instruments and performers. (advance reservation required from Tokyo Metropolitan Theatre Box Office).
Tokyo Metropolitan Theatre Box Office
(10:00-19:00 except when theater is closed)
Tuesday, May 5 2020, 15:00 (Lobby opens at 14:00)