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Classical music, opera, ballet and dance in Japan

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TokyoPrecious 1 PM, Vol. 2

Schubert, Beethoven
Michie Koyama; Kyoko Takezawa; Tsuyoshi Tsutsumi

TokyoGlinka, Rachmaninov, Scriabin

Glinka, Rachmaninov, Scriabin
NHK Symphony Orchestra Tokyo; Paavo Järvi; Denis Kozhukhin

TokyoPrecious 1 PM, Vol. 3

Bonis, Bax, Debussy, Takemitsu
Naoko Yoshino; Yoshie Ueno; Yoshiko Kawamoto

TokyoPleasures with trio I

Beethoven, Haydn, Brahms
Hedenborg Trio

TokyoChamber Music Academy Sound Marché one-coin Concert II

Suntory Hall Chamber Music Academy Selected Fellows; Hedenborg Trio
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Suntory Hall’s grand reopening with Rossini

Several of Tokyo’s finest collaborate in successfully delivering a re-opening concert at Suntory Hall
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Riveting Schumann and Schubert in Tokyo

Paarvo Järvi and the NHK Symphony give a riveting account of Schumann and Schubert.
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Steinberg brings Bohemia’s woods and fields to Tokyo

Tokyo’s NHK Symphony Orchestra, conducted by Pinchas Steinberg, gives a performance of perhaps the most famous of Bedrich Smetana’s works, a romantic tribute to his motherland, Má vlast.
****1
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Mendelssohn in Tokyo: Luisi, Znaider and NHKSO

Nikolaj Znaider and Fabio Luisi, along with NHKSO Tokyo, re-stated the obvious truth of art music that “it is all about the details.”
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Soul-searching: Sir András Schiff in Tokyo

With thought-inspiring programming, Schiff played the penultimate sonatas of Mozart, Haydn, Beethoven, and Schubert.
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