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Music Program TOKYO Shining Series: Vol.12 KITAMURA Tomoki Piano Recital

* Upon attending the performance, please visit this link to go through our precautionary measures and notice to visitors to help prevent the COVID-19 spread.
Please note that there might be changes depending on decisions and orders by the Japanese and Tokyo Metropolitan Government and other governmental authorities.

Date Sat, Feb 25, 2023 15:00 (Open 14:30)

Tokyo Bunka Kaikan Recital Hall

Genre TBK productions Concert

Flyer (PDF)

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, or your temperature is higher than usual, you are not allowed to enter the venue.

⁃ No beverage is sold in the Recital Hall area.

⁃ We do not hand out program leaflets and such printed materials. Please pick them up by yourself from specific areas.

⁃ Allow enough time to get into the venue.


Piano: KITAMURA Tomoki *1st prize of Piano section and Judges Grand Prize at the 3rd Tokyo Music Competition


◇View artists profiles in flyer (PDF only in Japanese)


SCHUMANN: Waldszenen, Op.82

HOLLIGER: Elis—Drei Nachtstücke

BARTÓK: Szabadban, Sz.81, BB89

NONO: . . . . . sofferte onde serene . . . [Electronics: ARIMA Sumihisa]

SCHUMANN: Gesänge der Frühe, Op.133




Album für die Jugend, Op.68-XV. “Frühlingsgesang”

Waldszenen, Op.82-IX. “Abschied”


Read the full article of the interview with KITAMURA Tomoki

Tokyo Bunka Kaikan quarterly magazine “Onmyaku” (PDF only in Japanese)

PhotoKITAMURA Tomoki, Piano


Prices (tax included)

[Day tickets]

Tickets go on sale at 14:00.


Reserved Seats 3,300yen Under-26s 1,100yen

* Tickets for Under-26s are only available at the Tokyo Bunka Kaikan Box Office. Valid ID required.


* 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 row A.

* On the ticket sales starting date, the tickets will be on sale at full capacity.

Seating Chart of Recital Hall

View Seating Chart

On Sale Date

Sat, Nov 26, 2022

BOX Office

Tokyo Bunka Kaikan Box Office

Other Information

* 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, Feb 17, 17:00.
COVID-19 Safe Event Checklist (PDF *only in Japanese)


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