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Spring Festival in Tokyo 2023 [Spring Festival in Tokyo] Tokyo-HARUSAI Marathon Concert vol.13 The European Style of Gathering: Music, Parks, Exhibitions Celebrating the 150th Anniversary of Ueno Park

Date Sat, Mar 25, 2023 13:00 (Open 12:30)
Sat, Mar 25, 2023 16:00 (Open 15:30)
Sat, Mar 25, 2023 19:00 (Open 18:30)

Tokyo Bunka Kaikan Recital Hall

Genre Concert

Program Planner/ Navigator

KOMIYA Masayasu (Cultural historian of Europe/Professor at Institute of Urban Innovation, Yokohama National University)



Part I

Garden Life Mozart Enjoyed: Liberation “Garden”

Mozart (arr. Hummel): Symphony No.39 in E-flat major K543-1st movement

Fux: “Cambia in fulmine mortale il suo strale” from Costanza e fortezza

Salieri: Serenade in B-flat major

Vaňhal: Trauergesang bei dem Tode Joseph II-2nd part

Haydn (arr. Beauvarlet-Charpentier): Symphony No.83 in g minor, Hob.I:83 “La poule”-1st movement

Mestrino (arr. Stern): Violin Concerto No.8-2nd movement Romance

Beethoven (arr. Vinzenz Lachner): Piano Concerto No.1 in C major, Op.15-3rd movement

and more

※All program will be performed in chamber version.

Part II

Wagner’s Opera in the Park: From the Garden to the “Park”

Wagner (arr. Hermann): “Elsa’s Procession to the Cathedral” from Lohengrin

Pitsch: Fugue on “Gott erhalte Franz den Kaiser”

Diabelli: Der achtzehnte Oktober oder das grosse militärische Prater-Fest in Wien (anno 1814)

Meyerbeer (arr. Seitz): “Coronation March” from Le prophète

Ziehrer: Quadrille on a theme from Offenbach’s Operetta Barbe-bleue

Schütt: Paraphrase on waltz motifs by Josef Strauss’s “Dorfschwalben aus Öesterreich”

Liszt: Symphonic Poem Mazeppa

※All program will be performed in chamber version.

Part III

Straussian Viennese Hospitality: An “Exhibition” in the Park

Johann Strauss II: Bei uns z’haus (version for male chorus)

Handel (arr. Chrysander): from Judas Maccabaeus

“Seht, er kommt”


“Frohlock’, o Juda!”

“Helleluja, amen”

Bruckner (arr. Schmalnauer): Symphony No.2-3rd movement

Saint-Saëns: Mazurka No.1 in g minor, Op.21

Schubert (arr. Kreisler): Ballet Music from Rosamunde, Fürstin von Zypern, D797

Brahms: Serenade No.1 in D major, Op.11-1st movement

Smetana: Act 1, Scene 1 from Prodaná nevěsta

※All program will be performed in chamber version.


Prices (tax included)

3 Concerts 8,500yen 1 Concert 4,000yen U-25 (age 25 and under) for 1 Concert 2,000yen

On Sale Date

Sun, Jan 22, 2023

Other Information


Spring Festival in Tokyo Executive Committee