Music is wonderful. You can sit there all by yourself while the music swirls about you and become lost in the wondrous world of your own thoughts and feelings. It becomes doubly more personal though when you can share the experience with someone close to you. Order a pair of tickets — and invite someone to come along with you. You’ll be glad you did. Music should be shared.
Join the Tokyo Sinfonia for MENDELSSOHN SERENADE on Sept 13 from 7 p.m. at Oji Hall (2-10-2 Ginza).
Felix Mendelssohn (1809 – 1847) was a German composer, pianist, organist and conductor and is among the most popular composers of the early Romantic period.
Tickets: Group 5,500 yen each; Single 6,000 yen
4-concert subscription 20,000 yen, includes VIP seating & benefits
The Tokyo Sinfonia has won much praise for the imaginative programming and inviting presentation of its “hugely enjoyable” events. Distinguished by warm sound, lively expression and friendly rapport with the audience, its performances embody the warmth and immediacy of Robert Rÿker’s affectionate approach to music.
Its performing philosophy is that the orchestra plays great chamber music, and every player is a soloist. The Sinfonia is dedicated to presenting programs to raise the standard of performance, encourage the next generation, and develop new audiences for classical music.
For tickets, call 03-3588-0738 or email email@example.com.