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Performance information

Association-sponsored performance

[Tokyo Metropolitan Symphony x Aprico] Naoto Otomo & Ayana Tsuji with Tokyo Metropolitan Symphony

This year's Tokyo Metropolitan Symphony Orchestra x Aplico features Ayana Tsuji, a young violinist who has received a lot of attention!
Naoto Otomo and Tokyo Metropolitan Symphony are familiar co-stars in Aprico.
Stay tuned for the whole Mendelssohn playing with a fulfilling harmony!

* This performance is not open for one seat in front, back, left and right, but based on the announcement of the state of emergency, it will be sold at 1% of the capacity for the time being.
* To prevent the spread of infectious diseases, the front row and some seats will not be sold.
* If there is a change in the event holding requirements at the request of Tokyo and Ota Ward, we will change the start time, suspend sales, set the upper limit of the number of visitors, etc.
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2021 years 10 month 2 day (Saturday)

Schedule 15:00 start (14:00 start)
Venue Ota Ward Hall / Aplico Large Hall
Genre Performance (classical)
Performance / song

Mozart: Symphony No. 35 in D major "Huffner"
Mendelssohn: Violin Concerto in E minor
Mozart: Symphony No. 41 in C major "Jupiter"

* Songs are subject to change.Please note.

Appearance

Naoto Otomo (command)
Tsuji 󠄀 Ayana (violin)
Tokyo Metropolitan Symphony Orchestra (Orchestra)

Ticket information

Ticket information

Release date: April 2021, 8 (Wednesday) 18: 10-

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Price (tax included)

All seats specified
S seat 5,000 yen
A seat 4,000 yen

※ preschooler admission not

Remarks

Play guide

Tokyo Metropolitan Symphony Guide (TEL: 0570-056-057)

The following discount services are available at the Tokyo Metropolitan Symphony Guide.
① Silver age discount 20% OFF (for 65 years old and over, limited to 200 seats)
② U25 discount 50% OFF (for those born after April 1996, 4)

There is a pre-sale for Tokyo Metropolitan Symphony members.Please contact the Tokyo Metropolitan Symphony Guide for details.

Childcare service available (for children aged 0 to under elementary school)

* Reservation required
* A fee of 2,000 yen will be charged for each child.

Mothers (10: 00-12: 00, 13: 00-17: 00 excluding Saturdays, Sundays, and holidays)
TEL: 0120-788-222

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Performers / work details

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Naoto Otomo ⓒ Rowland Kirishima
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Ayana Tsuji ⓒ Makoto Kamiya
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Tokyo Metropolitan Symphony Orchestra

Naoto Otomo (command)

Since making his debut as a conductor of the NHK Symphony Orchestra while attending Toho Gakuen, he has continued to lead the Japanese classical music world.He has been a regular conductor of the Japan Philharmonic Orchestra, an exclusive conductor of the Osaka Philharmonic Orchestra, a permanent conductor of the Tokyo Symphony Orchestra, a permanent conductor of the Kyoto City Symphony Orchestra, and a music director of the Gunma Symphony Orchestra.Currently, he is an honorary guest conductor of the Tokyo Symphony Orchestra, a conductor of the Kyoto Symphony Orchestra, a music director of the Ryukyu Symphony Orchestra, and an artistic director of the Takasaki Arts Theater.In addition to laying the foundation for the Tokyo Music Competition as the first music director of the Tokyo Bunka Kaikan, he has been frequently invited as a guest performer by overseas orchestras, and has been regularly invited to Hawaii Hibiki for over 20 years.Learned from Seiji Ozawa, Tadashi Mori, Kazuyoshi Akiyama, Tadaaki Otaka, Morihiro Okabe and others. During his time as a conductor and researcher at the NHK Symphony Orchestra, he studied under Sawallisch, Wand, Leonard, Blomstedt, and Stein, and at the Tanglewood Music Center, he was also taught by Bernstein, Previn, and Markevitch.Professor at Osaka University of Arts.Visiting professor at Kyoto City University of Arts and Senzoku Gakuen University.

Tsuji 󠄀 Ayana (violin)

Born in Gifu prefecture in 1997.Graduated from Tokyo College of Music. First prize in the 2016 Montreal International Musical Competition. Started violin at Suzuki Method at the age of three. After co-starring with the Nagoya Philharmonic Orchestra at the age of 1, the Montreal Symphony Orchestra, the Swiss Romand Orchestra, the Vietnam National Symphony Orchestra, the NHK Symphony Orchestra, the Yomiuri Japan Symphony Orchestra, the Tokyo Symphony Orchestra, the Tokyo Philharmonic Orchestra, the Osaka Philharmonic Orchestra, and the Orchestra.・ Co-starred with many domestic and international orchestras such as Ensemble Kanazawa.In chamber music, he has performed with Tsuyoshi Tsutsumi on cello, Akira Eguchi on piano, Kei Itoh, Tomoki Sakata, and Emmanuel Strose. Received the "3th Idemitsu Music Award" in 11.He has studied under Kenji Kobayashi, Toshiko Yaguchi, Kimiko Nakazawa, Machie Oguri, Koichiro Harada, and Regis Pasquier. In April 2018, he toured with Jonathan Nott / Swiss Romande Orchestra in Geneva and Japan, and received high praise from all sides for his brilliant tone and expression.Currently, he is expanding his activities based in France and Japan, and is currently enrolled as a special scholarship student at the Tokyo College of Music Artist Diploma.The instrument used is Joannes Baptista Guadagnini 28, which is lent by NPO Yellow Angel.

Tokyo Metropolitan Symphony Orchestra (Orchestra)

Currently, Kazushi Ono is the music director, Alan Gilbert is the principal guest conductor, Kazuhiro Koizumi is the honorary conductor for life, and Eliahu Inbal is the katsura conductor.In addition, Tatsuya Yabe and Kyoko Shikata are the solo concertmasters, and Tomoshige Yamamoto is the concertmaster.Music appreciation classes for elementary and junior high school students (more than 50 times / year), music dissemination programs for young people, on-site performances in the Tama / Shimasho area, centered on regular concerts at the Tokyo Cultural Center, Suntory Hall, and the Tokyo Arts Theater. In addition to "contact concerts" for people with handicap and visiting performances at welfare facilities, from 2018, we will hold a "salad music festival" where everyone can experience and express the joy of music. Activities.Awards include "Kyoto Music Award Grand Prize" (6th), Inbal Conductor "Shostakovich: Symphony No. 4", Record Academy Award <Symphony Category> (50th), "Inbal = Metropolitan Symphony New Marler Zyklus" "Special category: Special prize> (53rd), etc. Playing the role of "music ambassador of the capital Tokyo", he has successfully performed in Europe, the United States and Asia, and has gained international acclaim.

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Sponsorship

Tokyo Metropolitan Symphony Orchestra

Co-sponsored

(Public interest incorporated foundation) Ota Ward Cultural Promotion Association