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Music Program TOKYO Music Education Program

Let's Create Opera! - Learn the entire production: Direction, Set designs, Stage settings, Stage direction, Costumes, Lighting, Music, Production

An exciting workshop of creating the opera for Tokyo Bunka Kaikan Opera Box with professional creators that the particpants are involved from the initial preparation.

Event details

Date & Time Tue, Jul 23 - Mon (NH), Sept 23 2019
Venue Tokyo Bunka Kaikan, Tokyo Geijutsu Gekijo, Komae Ecorma Hall, and other places
Schedule Please check the application form for the details.
Flyer and application guidelines Flyer and application guidelines (PDF) *Only in JapanesePDF
Ages 18-25 years old (Shall be consulted if the applicant is younger or older than the qualified ages)
- University or College students
- Those who study set designs or arts management
- Those who aim to become set designers, stage creators, or music-related technical staffs
Applicant Eligibility Be able to participate during the period between the preparation and the actual performance
Capacity Approx. 5-10
*Application screening conducted
*The workshop is conducted only in Japanese.
Outlines On-site training at the sections which participants requested or major in
Trainers Libretto, Music, Conductor: Kazuhiko Matsui
Production: Hidenori Hisatsune
Stage design: Michi Kurosawa (Toho Stage Craft)
Lighting design: Naoto Inaba (Art Stage Lighting Group)
Costume Design: Emi Masuda (Moma Workshop)
Stage director: Tanaka Yoshihiro (The Stuff)
Assistant director, choreographer: Akiko Inayama
and more
Workshop fee(Tax included) 2,160yen
*The fee is non-refundable even if the participation is cancelled for personal reasons.
Application period Mon, Jun 3 - Sat, Jun 29, 2019
*The application must arrive during above period.
*The result will be sent by post to all the applicants. We do not answer to any inquiries on the result.


How to apply
  1. Download the application form on this page and fill out the form. Send the form by post to the below address with the replying Chou-#3 envelope (120 x 235 mm) with 82yen stamp attached and filled with your name and address.
  2. After closing the application, the result notification will be sent by post to all the applicants. The notification of the payment is included only for the enrolled participants.
  3. Please process the payment following the notification attached with the result letter. Once the payment has been received, the documents and preparation tasks, if any, wil be sent to the participants.
*Please note that the documents submitted will not be returned to the applicants.
*Any personal information provided is managed carefully under the privacy policy of Tokyo Metropolitan Foundation for History and Culture, and we strictly limit the use to contacting and informing participants on this workshop.
Application form Application Form(PDF) *Only in JapanesePDF
Postal address for application, contact for inquiries Tokyo Bunka Kaikan, Production section, "Let's Create Opera!" team
5-45, Ueno Park, Taito-ku, Tokyo 110-8716
TEL. +81-3-3828-2111 (Weekdays 10:00-17:00)

Other Information

Inquiries Tokyo Bunka Kaikan, Production section +81-3-3828-2111
Organizers & Supporters 'Organizers: Tokyo Metropolitan Government, Tokyo Bunka Kaikan/Arts Council Tokyo (Tokyo Metropolitan Foundation for History and Culture)
Supported by: Agency for Cultural Affairs, Government of Japan