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International Partnerships for Music Program TOKYO Workshop Workshop! Tokyo Bunka Kaikan Music Workshop in Tachikawa 2023 "Workshop Concert—Saxophone Quartet" Discover a whole new world broadening with music across all ages—from infants to adults

Interactive concert by seeing, listening, and experiencing

Date Sun, Jan 22, 2023 14:00-14:45 (Open 13:30)

Tamashin RISURU Hall (Tachikawa City Civic Hall), Small Hall (Directions *only in Japanese)

Genre Workshop TBK productions Workshop Concert
Admission Ages 6 months-6 years (Pre-school children)

Flyer (PDF)

Movie contentsYouTube

Scenes from “Workshop Concert”

Notice to our patrons who are attending this performance

Please go through the below notice (only in Japanese) to help prevent the COVID-19 spread upon attending the performance.

Admission details

Participant: 6 months-6 years (Pre-school children), Companion: Participant’s caregiver or family

* Children aged under 6 months cannot enter the venue. Adults can enter the venue only participating with admitted aged children.

* The admission ages are determined as of the actual date of the event.

* We may verify the attendee’s age at ticket purchase or the venue on the day of the event.


Workshop Leader: SAKURAI Oto (Tokyo Bunka Kaikan Workshop Leader)

Saxophone Quartet from the Tokyo Metropolitan Theatre Geigeki Orchestra Academy for Wind

Saxophone: EBIHARA Miho, TAJIMA Reina, HIRAI Chihiro, MIYAGUSU Nao

Music to be performed

BIZET (arr. ITO Yasuhide): Carmen Fantasy

Billy STRAYHORN (arr. ASARI Makoto): Take the “A” Train

and more

PhotoSAKURAI Oto, Tokyo Bunka Kaikan Workshop Leader
PhotoEBIHARA Miho, Saxophone
PhotoTAJIMA Reina, Saxophone
PhotoHIRAI Chihiro, Saxophone
PhotoMIYAGUSU Nao, Saxophone


Prices (tax included)

Reserved Seats 550yen

* The ticket is required per person.

[Day tickets]

Tickets go on sale at 9:00.

Tickets available at: 1st floor box office

On Sale Date

Mon, Oct 3, 2022

BOX Office

Tamashin RISURU Hall (Tachikawa City Civic Hall) +81-42-526-1311

9:00-20:00 (in person, by telephone)

* Booking is only available by telephone on the ticket sales starting date from 10:00 (in person not available on the ticket sales starting date). From the next day of the ticket sales starting date onward, the box office is available 9:00-20:00 both in person and by telephone.

Other Information

On participating in workshops

* This workshop is conducted only in Japanese.

* The participants’ companions must also join the workshop.

* Attendees must agree to the term that photography and video recording may occur during the workshop for our publicity materials.

* Nursing room is available.

* Please join with easy-to-move outfits.

* The program is subject to change under certain circumstances.

* 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, Jan 13, 17:00.


Tachikawa-Community & Culture Foundation

Organizers & Supporters

Organizers: Tokyo Metropolitan Government/Tokyo Bunka Kaikan operated by Tokyo Metropolitan Foundation for History and Culture/Tachikawa-Community & Culture Foundation

Cooperation: Tamagawa University College of Education and College of Art, Department of Music

Endorsed by: Embassy of Portugal/Taito-ku Board of Education

Planning & Production: Tokyo Bunka Kaikan, Production Section

Partners & Grantors

Supported by: Agency for Cultural Affairs, Government of Japan