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Venue: Muza Kawasaki Symphony Hall

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AddressSaiwai Ward, Omiyacho, 1310
Kawasaki
Kanagawa
212-8557
Japan
Google maps35° 31' 52.506" N 139° 41' 40.304" E
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Kanagawa Philharmonic Orchestra; Hidemi Suzuki; Sunao Goko

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Kyoto Symphony Orchestra; Junichi Hirokami; Yu Kurokawa; Haruma Sato

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Bartók, Mahler
Tokyo New City Orchestra; Norichika Iimori; Miyuji Kaneko

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Tokyo Philharmonic Orchestra; Andrea Battistoni; Naoko Yoshino

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Weber, Vaughan Williams, Beethoven
Japan Philharmonic Orchestra; Tatsuya Shimono; Masumitsu Miyamoto; Emi Ishibashi

KawasakiFesta Summer Muza Finale Concert

Verdi, Adams, Yoshimatsu
Tokyo Symphony Orchestra; Keitaro Harada; Quartet Amabile
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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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Korean virtuosos with the Tokyo Phil

Maestro Myung-Whun Chung and Clara-Jumi Kang collaborate with the Tokyo Philharmonic Orchestra at the Festa Muza Kawasaki 2016.
***11
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Impeccable Brahms from Zimerman, Jansons and the BRSO

On several occasions when I listened to Brahms’s first piano concerto in concert, I was left wondering whether Brahms really intended the pianist to play with so much physical force.
****1
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