New Japan Philharmonic Symphony Orchestra
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Joseph Haydn: "the philosopher" Symphony No. 22 in e-flat major, Hob. "The Philosopher" I:22
Haydn: Symphony No.22 in e-flat Major, Hob.I:22,

Haydn: Symphony No. 94 in g major 'surprise' Hob.I:94
Haydn: Symphony No. 94 in G Major, Hob.I:94, "The Surprise"

Henze: Symphony No. 7,
Henze: Symphony No.7

KATAGIRI Takuya ?appreciation of? (Special Edition) featuring Markus Stenz
# 583, studied in Germany and the United Kingdom. Stents hold the Chief conductor of the Netherlands Radio Symphony Orchestra and principal guest conductor of the Baltimore Symphony Orchestra, Haydn and hence to combine. Contemporary composers of Germany hence the Symphony No. 7 No. 1., titled "Tanz", in other words dance and two concerts and even lead. Interesting comparison between contemporary music and the classic sound of Haydn.

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Appearance

Conductor: Markus Stenz

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Schedule

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2018/2/2 (Fri) 〜2018/2/3 (Sat)

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2/2 (Friday) 19:00
2/3 (Saturday) 14:00
* opening, starting 45 minutes before

Ticket Fee

S seat: ¥ 7000:
A-seats 6000 Yen
B seat: 5000 Yen:
seats 4000 yen (all reservation seats / including tax)


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Venue

Sumida triphony Hall

Remarks

* Please refrain from entrance of preschool-age children. You may be changing performers, songs, etc.
* reasons without prior notice.
* concert canceled unless purchase and booking after ticket refunds, changes, cancellation, etc. are not accepted.

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