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Music Program TOKYO Workshop Workshop! Tokyo Networking Initiative 【Postponed】 CELLO—Workshop for Children; let's experience the sound of musical instruments!

Please visit here for further information and inquiries on the postponement.

What is cello? How does it sound? How do we play it?
Let's get closer to cello and listen to its sound and performance!

Date Sat, Mar 7, 2020 10:30-11:15 (Check-in 10:00)

Nishitokyo City Hoya Komorebi Hall, Small Hall (Access)

Genre Workshop TBK productions
Admission Ages Age 4-8 with caregivers

Flyer (PDF)

Maximum number of participants


*First-come, first-served basis


Cello: Fumie Kato

Piano: Kae Ozawa


Elgar: Salut d’amour

Saint-Saëns: Le carnaval des animaux-Le cygne

Popper: Hungarian Rhapsody

and more

PhotoFumie Kato, Cello
PhotoKae Ozawa, Piano


Prices (tax included)

Free General Admission (Advanced application required)

Application Closed

Application opening date

Sun, Jan 19, 2020


Nishitokyo City Hoya Komorebi Hall +81-42-421-2323(9:00-17:00)

*Only available by telephone.

Other Information

*The workshop is conducted only in Japanese.
*The program is subject to change under certain circumstances.
*Children aged from 0 month to 3 years are not admitted.


Tokyo Metropolitan Government/Tokyo Metropolitan Foundation for History and Culture: Tokyo Bunka Kaikan/Arts Council Tokyo