Tokyo Bunka Kaikan Orchestra Concert Series "Sound Forest": Vol.50 Brahms, the Grandeur
"The music of Brahms deeply embraces tolerance, and I always find delight no matter how many times I perform," Maestro Akiyama said.
Under his baton, this program will feature the standards of Brahms, including the performance by the two soloists the Tokyo Music Competition has discovered.
* Upon attending the performance, please visit this link to go through our precautionary measures to help prevent the COVID-19 spread and notice to visitors.
Please note that there might be changes depending on decisions and orders by the Japanese and Tokyo Metropolitan Government and other governmental authorities.
Fri, Jul 29, 2022 19:00 (Open 18:15)
Tokyo Bunka Kaikan Main Hall
|TBK productions Orchestra Concert
Notice to our patrons who are attending this performance
Please follow the below measures to help prevent the COVID-19 spread. Your understanding and cooperation are much appreciated.
⁃ We ask you not to come to the venue if you seem to have symptoms such as a fever, cough, sneezing, sore throat, or simply not feeling well.
⁃ Wear a face mask to cover your nose and mouth. Please show consideration for fellow audience members.
⁃ Strictly follow the precautions against infectious diseases such as the cough etiquette and washing and disinfecting your hands frequently.
⁃ Our staff members conduct temperature screening with thermal imaging cameras for all those who are entering the venue. If you have a fever of 37.5°C/99.5°F or higher, you are not allowed to enter the venue.
⁃ No beverage is sold in the Main Hall area.
⁃ Show your ticket to the usher. Then tear off the stub by yourself and put it in the box.
⁃ We do not hand out program leaflets and such printed materials. Please pick them up by yourself from specific areas.
⁃ The cloakroom is not available.
⁃ We do not accept flowers and gifts for the artists. Nor can you give them directly to the artists.
⁃ Allow enough time to get into the venue.
Conductor: AKIYAMA Kazuyoshi
Violin: NARITA Tatsuki *1st prize and Audience Award of String section at the 5th Tokyo Music Competition
Cello: SASANUMA Tatsuki *2nd prize of String section at the 12th Tokyo Music Competition
Orchestra: Tokyo Metropolitan Symphony Orchestra
◇View artists profiles (only in Japanese)
BRAHMS: Double Concerto for Violin and Cello in a minor, Op.102
BRAHMS: Symphony No.1 in c minor, Op.68
Interview with Artists
Read the full article of the interview with Artists
Tokyo Bunka Kaikan quarterly magazine “Onmyaku” (PDF only in Japanese)
|Prices (tax included)
S7,700yen A5,500yen B3,300yen C1,650yen *C Sold Out
Under-26s: S3,850yen A2,750yen B1,650yen
Senior (Age 65 and above/100 seats): S6,930yen Pre-sale sold out
Persons with disabilities: S6,160yen (The price applies to one companion)
* Discount tickets are only available at the Tokyo Bunka Kaikan Box Office. Valid ID required.
* Group Sales (Seat S/Groups of 10 or more): Please contact the Tokyo Bunka Kaikan Box Office for further details.
* 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 are subject to suspension depending on the restriction of the seating capacity and the sales situation.
* The frontmost row is the 4th row.
* On the ticket sales starting date, the tickets will be on sale at full capacity.
Seating Chart of Main Hall
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* Seat Categories
S: 1st & 2nd floors
A: 3rd floor
B: 4th floor
C: 5th floor
On Sale Date
Sat, Apr 23, 2022
Advance online sale for Tokyo Bunka Kaikan Members: Sat, Apr 16-Thu, Apr 21
* The program is subject to change under certain circumstances.
* Pre-school children are not allowed to attend this performance.
* 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 Fri, Jul 22, 17:00.
* There is no elevator or escalator in the Main Hall of the Tokyo Bunka Kaikan.
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