This relaxed concert, different from other regular stage performances, is designed for the audience to enjoy the program without requiring total silence.
Full of friendly twists are welcoming you to enjoy music with all kinds of people, including first-time classical concert-goers, individuals with autism spectrum disorder, developmental disabilities, and so on, who feel insecure at concerts in music halls.
Conductor: Daisuke Nagamine
Orchestra: Tokyo Symphony Orchestra
Bizet: “Toreador Song” from Carmen
Masahiro Komuro: Guide to the Orchestra-Disney melody
J.Strauss II: Tritsch-Tratsch Polka
Saint-Saens: Danse macabre
Tchaikovsky: “Waltz of the Flowers” from The Nutcracker
Dvořák: Symphony No.9 in e minor “From the new world”-4th movement
Reserved Seats 2,000yen
Free admission for people aged 18 or younger
This performance provides audio sensory enhanced seats, which enables physical sensation from sound converted into vibration, so that the audience with hearing impairment and caretakers can sit together to enjoy music.
– Body-sensible acoustic device “Bodysonic” (20 devices)
It is a seat cushion installed with a vibrating device. By transferring immersive heavy bass vibration to the user’s body even for a small sound, the device assists the user with hearing impairment, including those with hearing loss wearing hearing aids or those with adventitious deafness, to enjoy music. Also, the headphones and the magnetic induction loop help the users perceive sounds more.
How to book
Shinjuku Kodomogekijo (Application form is provided only in Japanese)
*The program is subject to change under certain circumstances.
*Children under age 3 years are not allowed to attend this performance.
Tuesday, November 3 2020, 14:00 (Doors open at 13:30)
Approximate Running Time: 60 minutes/No intermission