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Classical music, opera, ballet and dance in Japan

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November 2017
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TokyoMeguri: Teeming Sea. Tranquil Land

Meguri: Teeming Sea, Tranquil Land
Ushio Amagatsu; Sankai Juku

TakasakiThe 533r Subscription Concert

Rossini, Rota, Brahms
Gunma Symphony Orchestra; Nabil Shehata

Yokohama332nd Yokohama Subscription Concert

Smetana, Dvořák, Bartók
Japan Philharmonic Orchestra; Pietari Inkinen; Sayaka Chiba

TokyoSir Simon Rattle conducts the Berliner Philharmoniker

Stravinsky, Chin, Rachmaninov
Berliner Philharmoniker; Sir Simon Rattle

KyotoThe 618th Subscription Concert of the Kyoto Symphony Orchestra

Beethoven, Adams
Kyoto Symphony Orchestra; Tatsuya Shimono; Anna Fedorova
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Heart and soul: Irina Lungu sings Traviata in Tokyo

Tokyo's New National Theatre is currently celebrating its twentieth anniversary season with three new productions and revivals of their most popular productions including Vincent Boussard’s minimal yet colourful Traviata.
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Refined Mahler in Tokyo

In the recently refurbished Suntory Hall, looking remarkably fresh with a newly refitted wooden stage, the Boston Symphony sounded elegant and sumptuous.
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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.
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