LaLala ♪ Classical Concert Vol.13 / Vitali Yushmanov's Message Video
nursery rhymes sung by my mother when I was a little girl are melodies that are close to the heart at the moment when you grow up with . Nursery rhymes that began as songs that children can sing in are still sung more than 100 years later, and the chant that learned in elementary school and the love songs that they learned as adults are also sung over the ages. wonderful Japanese songs spun by many musicians have a message that nurtures the heart of the Japanese people that will not change even if the times change. Please enjoy the beautiful Japanese songs to the fullest with a fun talk by host Katsunori Takahashi.
A deluxe edition featuring six popular opera singers. The show's first MC, Mino Kahazawa, appeared as a pianist. Tokyo performance starts at 14:00.
"Araki no Tsuki" / "Pretty Ya" / "Song of the beach" / "This road" / "First love" / "Hoshi Meguri no Uta" / "Aki Sakura" / "Love Lantern" / "Song of Life" / "The Wind Is Blowing" / "Hisunkusa" Other * The track list is subject to change.
S seats: 8,800 yen A seats: 8,000 yen B seats: 7,200 yen C seats: 6,400 yen *All seats reserved and tax included
This ticket is [WEB reservation] only is accepted. Reservations cannot be made by phone . + Ticketing Fee
Tokyo Metropolitan Theatre Concert Hall
* Preschoolers are not allowed to enter * Performers are subject to change, but refunds will not be made even in that case. *The venue and operation method may change depending on the new coronavirus infection situation. * Except when the performance is canceled, it is not possible to change, cancel or refund tickets that have already been purchased. Thank you for your understanding. * Unauthorized resale of tickets is prohibited. * Photography and recording in the venue are prohibited (including mobile phones with recording functions). *If you wish to have a wheelchair seat, please contact Udo Music Office. Udo Music Office TEL:03-3402-5999 Tuesdays, Wednesdays and Fridays 12:00-15:00 (* Closed on Mondays, Thursdays, Saturdays, Sundays and national holidays)