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Ensemble Blumma

The 7th Concert

2023/03/26(Su.) 14:00 Starting

Midori Art Park (Midori Ward Citizens Cultural Center, Yokohama) HallKanagawa

 Blomma means "flower" in Swedish.
After a long and harsh winter, spring in Scandinavia is said to be a happy and exciting season for those who have been waiting for it, with beautiful flowers blooming in the bright sunshine.
Like these flowers, we, "Ensemble Brumma" gather every spring and hold handmade concerts for everyone's enjoyment.
 Since our first concert in March 2017, we have had Mr. Hiroshi Yamagishi on horn as a guest player for each concert, and we have been aiming to improve our level of performance by receiving lesson guidance not only on the pieces we play together but also on other pieces as well.
 This year's concert, the seventh in the series, was designed to be enjoyable for everyone, with a program that included fun pieces with a bit of a twist, famous pieces that everyone knows, and rare pieces that are not often heard.
We hope you will come to the concert and enjoy the ensemble of the Flower Wind Ensemble.
 Admission is free, but advance registration is required.
If you wish to attend the concert, please send an e-mail to the following address by the deadline.
If you wish to reserve a ticket, please send an e-mail to the invitation ticket application address provided.
Please note that when the number of applicants reaches the hall's admission limit, we will close the registration at that point.


  • My favorite (horn quartet)


  • Overture to "Die Fledermaus" (10 quartets)


  • Milonga & Libertango (woodwind quintet)


  • Horn Quintet <Hiroshi Yamagishi, solo


  • Suite of Swedish Folk Songs for Horn Quartet

    tulip tree (Liriodendron tulipifera)

  • The Little Old Man Who Talks Too Much (woodwind sextet)

    fuchsia oak (Quercus phillyraeoides)

  • Beer Music (woodwind quintet)


  • from Rachusko Dance (14 quartets)


Admission and ticket purchase

  • Admission fee

    Admission free (advance registration required)

  • How to buy

    To register in advance, please send an email to
    Please include your full name and the number of tickets you wish to purchase.


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