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Platinum Series Vol.1 Rainer KÜCHL

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Violin Sonatas Written by the Great German Three Bs plus One

Have a gorgeous time with celebrated artists surrounded by “miraculous acoustics” at Recital Hall.


Violin: Rainer KÜCHL
Piano: KATO Hiroshi


J.S.BACH: Violin Sonata No.3 in E major, BWV1016
BUSONI: Violin Sonata No.2 in e minor, Op.36a
BRAHMS: Violin Sonata No.1 in G major, Op.78 “Regensonate”
BEETHOVEN: Violin Sonata No.7 in c minor, Op.30-2


[Tickets on sale from Saturday, June 26 2021]
S 5,500 yen
A 4,400 yen
B 2,750 yen
Under-26s 1,100 yen (The price applies to all seat categories. Valid ID required.)

*All seats reserved. Tax included.
*Seat B and Under-26s tickets are only available at the Tokyo Bunka Kaikan Box Office.
*The ticket sales for Series Packages for 5 complete performances, which were initially announced, have been suspended. Only single performance tickets are available.

*The tickets will be on sale by following the guidelines and other regulations set by the Tokyo Metropolitan Government. Please note that the ticket sales including those for the additional tickets are subject to suspension depending on the restriction of the seating capacity and the sales situation.
*The frontmost row is the row A.
*On the ticket sales starting date, the tickets will be on sale at the full seating capacity.
(The information has been changed as above from the announcement on the flyer.)

*Pre-school children are not allowed to attend this concert.
*Child care service is available. (Reservation and fee required. A limited number of children is accepted.)
Event Child Care Service: Mother’s 0120-788-222
Reservation must be made by 17:00 on Friday, September 17
*The program is subject to change under certain circumstances.

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Tokyo Bunka Kaikan Recital Hall



Organized by
Tokyo Metropolitan Government , Tokyo Bunka Kaikan / Arts Council Tokyo (Tokyo Metropolitan Foundation for History and Culture)
Supported by
Agency for Cultural Affairs, Government of Japan