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Classical Concerts with Emerging Artists: The Romanticism of Tchaikovsky

The Tokyo Bunka Kaikan and Tokyo municipalities are co-hosting "Classical Concerts with Emerging Artists" at various local concert halls in Tokyo. The audience can enjoy popular classical music at reasonable prices performed by emerging artists such as the Tokyo Music Competition prize winners with the major orchestras in Tokyo.

Date Sat, Dec 14, 2019 15:00 (Open 14:15)

Komae Ecorma Hall (Access)

Genre Orchestra TBK productions Concert

Flyer (PDF)


Conductor: Gen Ota

Piano: Kotaro Fukuma

Orchestra: Tokyo Philharmonic Orchestra



Piano Concerto No.1 in B-flat minor

The Sleeping Beauty Suite

The Nutcracker Suite


Prices (tax included)

Reserved Seats 4,000yen High School Students or younger 1,000yen

On Sale Date

Thu, Sept 12, 2019

Club E Membership Subscribers Advance Sale: Fri, Sept 6

Box Office

Ecorma Hall

Ticket PIA

Other Information

*The program is subject to change under certain circumstances.
*No admittance to pre-school children.


Classical Concerts with Emerging Artists Lineup


Komae City Cultural Promotion Foundation

Organizers & Supporters

Organizers: The Komae City Cultural Promotion Foundation, the Tokyo Bunka Kaikan operated by the Tokyo Metropolitan Foundation for History and Culture

Planning cooperation: The Tokyo Orchestra Business Cooperative