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Aoki Philharmonic Wind Orchestra

The 29th Regular Concert

2023/03/21(Tu.) 15:00 Starting

Kawaguchi Sogo Bunka Center Lilia Main HallSaitama


Aoki Philharmonic Band 29th Regular Concert
Aoki Philharmonic Wind Orchestra is based in Kawaguchi City, Saitama Prefecture, Japan. The Aoki Philharmonic Wind Orchestra is an amateur brass band based in Kawaguchi City, Saitama Prefecture, Japan, and its motto is "Music with emotion!

Date: March 21, 2023 (Tuesday, national holiday) Doors open 14:15 Concert begins 15:00
Venue: Kawaguchi Sogo Bunka Center Lilia Main Hall
Conductor: Yuta Nakahata (Permanent Conductor) Atsushi Mukai (Member Conductor)
Othello - a symphonic depiction for brass band of five scenes from Shakespeare
Man on the Moon [alternate take]
   Concert March《Winds of May》etc.

 Together with Mr. Yuta Nakahata, who has led numerous schools to national competitions, the orchestra won the Gold Prize at the Saitama Prefecture Wind Band Competition and the Silver Prize at the West Kanto Wind Band Competition in 2022.
 In addition to the original brass band stage, we hope you will enjoy the pops stage, which is suitable for everyone from children to adults.

   General: 900 yen (advance sale 700 yen)
   Junior high school students and younger: 500 yen / Preschool children: free
Ticket reservations
*This concert will be held under thorough measures to prevent infection by the new type of coronavirus.
We appreciate your cooperation in taking measures against infectious diseases when coming to the concert.
Please check our website for details.

(Aoki Philharmonic Band Office)
TEL 080-7030-1173
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  • Othello (board game)

  • man-on-the-moon

  • Winds of May

  • Various pops stages


Admission and ticket purchase

  • Admission fee

    General 900 yen (advance sale 700 yen)

  • How to buy

  • Admission of a preschool child



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