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Makoto Nomura Senju Pun-Filled Music Festival: The 4th Annual Conference on Pun-filled Music (Online)

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  • Art Project

Towards 1010 People in Senju in 2020

Starting in 2016, the legendary event Annual Conference on Pun-filled Music has offered everything from talks (keynote speeches) with puns, performances from the “pun-filled music” repertoire and unique stage presentations by guests and members of Pun Music Festival Study Group. This year we’re taking the Annual Conference on Pun-filled Music online.
Joining composer Makoto Nomura again this year will be special guests from across the sea, with a varied program that only “pun-filled music” can offer.
The large-scale street concert “1010 People in Senju in 2020” with 1010 participants was initially scheduled to take place on Sunday, May 31. Unfortunately, this has been postponed until October 2020, so we hope to make what we can of this virtual Senju Pun-Filled Music Festival event on the same day. Please tune in!


Makoto Nomura, Pun Music Study Group and others

How to view

The delivery URL details will be posted on the following sites during the morning of the scheduled streaming day (May 31).
Art Access Adachi: Downtown Senju – Connecting through Sound Art website
Senju Pun-Filled Music Festival Facebook page
*Free to view (viewers responsible for internet costs)

Timetable (scheduled)

15:00 Start
15:05 – 15:25 Part I/Talk event
15:25 – 16:10 Part 2/ Introduction to experiments by Pun Music Festival Study Group
Break (around 10 minutes)
16:20 – 16:50 Part 3 / Introduction to projects by overseas guests
From 16:50 Part 4 / Improvisation session

*Staff and performers will all be appearing remotely.
* Details are subject to change. Thank you for your understanding.


Art Access Adachi: Downtown Senju-Connecting through Sound Art Office
Contact Form: Please contact via the contact form on the official website.
Tel: 03-6806-1740 (13:00 – 18:00 except Tuesday and Thursday)


Organized by
Tokyo Metropolitan Government, Arts Council Tokyo (Tokyo Metropolitan Foundation for History and Culture), Faculty of Music and Graduate School of Global Arts, Tokyo University of the Arts, OTOMACHI PROJECT (NPO), Adachi City