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Tokyo Metropolitan Symphony Orchestra

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« There was no weak link in the orchestra, from the brilliant strings, outstanding wind principals and the resounding horns and brass. »
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About the Tokyo Metropolitan Symphony Orchestra

TMSO was established by Tokyo Metropolitan Government in 1965 as a part of a cultural promotion project to mark the Tokyo Olympic Games. TMSO has grown to become one of Japan’s foremost professional orchestras under the Music Directors such as T.Mori, A.Watanabe, H. Wakasugi, and G.Bertini. Currently Kazushi Ono serves as Music Director, Alan Gilbert as Principal Guest Conductor, Kazuhiro Koizumi as Honorary Conductor for Life and Eliahu Inbal as Conductor Laureate. In addition to a variety of subscription concerts and special concerts, TMSO is also actively engaged in efforts to support Tokyo residents, by giving concerts for schools, for welfare institutions and for physically challenged persons, by visiting islands as well as by being involved in outreach activities.

Awards: the Kyoto Music Award (1991), the Japan's 50th Record Academy Award for Best Symphony Album (E.Inbal/ Shostakovich: Symphony No.4, 2012), and the Japan's 53rd Record Academy Award for Special Award (E.Inbal+TMSO/ Neuer Mahler-Zyklus 2012-2013). TMSO has received much international acclaim as the “Music Ambassador of Capital Tokyo” through overseas per formances in Europe, North America and Asia. In November 2015, TMSO brought a tour in Europe under the baton of Kazushi Ono, which was highly acclaimed.

At the opening ceremony of the Tokyo 2020 Olympic Games held in July 2021, TMSO performed “Olympic Hymn” (pre-recorded sound source conducted by Kazushi Ono).