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Classical music, opera, ballet and dance in Japan

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TokyoHotto Concert

NHK Symphony Orchestra, Tokyo
Offenbach, Anderson, Saint-Saëns, Strauss II, Tchaikovsky, Toyama, Vaughan Williams, Liebermann, Stravinsky, Mussorgsky
NHK Symphony Orchestra Tokyo; Keitaro Harada; Yukihiro Ikeda; Maho Kajikawa

TokyoSuntory Hall Organ Day

Yuka Ishimaru; Masayo Katsuyama; Takeshi Kondo; Ayako Hanazawa

YamagataBeethoven, Bruch & Brahms

NHK Symphony Orchestra, Tokyo
Beethoven, Bruch, Brahms
NHK Symphony Orchestra Tokyo; Tadaaki Otaka; Mayumi Kanagawa

IshinomakiBeethoven, Bruch & Brahms

NHK Symphony Orchestra, Tokyo
Beethoven, Bruch, Brahms
NHK Symphony Orchestra Tokyo; Tadaaki Otaka; Mayumi Kanagawa

TokyoSuper AngelsNew production

Shibuya: Super Angels
Kazushi Ono; Eriko Ogawa; New National Theatre; Shizuka Hariu; Daichi Fujiki
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Tokyo Metropolitan Symphony Orchestra excels at Summer Muza festival

The Olympics is not the only big event that is taking place around Tokyo this summer. A large-scale festival of classical music, Festa Muza Summer, is currently being held at Muza Kawasaki Concert Hall.
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A stunning Carmen by Àlex Ollé opens at New National Theatre

New National Opera sucessfully  opened a world premiere production of Georges Bizet’s Carmen, directed by Spanish director Àlex Ollé, a production inspired by Amy Winehouse, a diva of today. 
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Érard-inspired chamber music salon at Suntory's Blue Rose

One of the hidden sub-themes of Suntory Hall’s Chamber Music Garden 2021 has been the centenary of Saint-Saëns, with an opportunity to hear his two Piano Trios played by different groups.

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Energy, sonority and spontaneity in the Jerusalem Quartet's Beethoven

Most people will associate Suntory Hall with the grand Main Hall, but tucked away at the side of the hall’s entrance is its small hall named Blue Rose which is the venue of its annual Chamber Music Garden festival.

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National Ballet of Japan's Raymonda makes a glorious return to stage

Asami Maki's Raymonda returns to stage after 12 years, and the result was glorious, with excellent interpretation by Yui Yonezawa, Yudai Fukuoka and Masahiro Nakaya.
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