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Kawasaki Symphonic Band 52nd Regular Concert

2023/11/18(Sa.) 15:30 Starting

Kawasaki City Tama Civic Center, Main HallKanagawa


The finale will be Brahms' orchestral masterpiece "Overture to the University Celebration" and the finale of the first part will be the original version of the brass band masterpiece "St. Anthony Variations".
In the first part, we will perform pieces from the United States, Australia, and France, in honor of the host cities of this year's international sporting events, and in the second part, we will perform works written and arranged by Mr. Naohiro Iwai, the "father of brass band pop music," who sadly passed away in 2014, in commemoration of his 100th birthday.
We will continue to practice for the regular concert so that everyone can have a good time at the concert.

<Asahi Tanaka (Permanent Conductor of the Kawasaki Symphonic Band)
<Kawasaki Symphonic Band
<Kawasaki Symphonic Band, Kawasaki City Cultural Association
<Kawasaki City, Kawasaki City Board of Education
<Supporting Organizations> Kawasaki Cultural Foundation, "City of Music Kawasaki" Promotion Council


Part 1
Grand March
 Soichi Kohase / Composer
Take Me Out to Baseball
 A.V. Tilzer / Composed by J. Edmondson / Arr.
Waltzing Matilda
 M. Cowan / Composed by A. Balento / Arr.
Lorraine March
 L. Ganne / Composed by M. Williams / Arr.
St. Anthony Variations (original version)
 W.H.Hill / Composition

Part 2
African Symphony
 V. McCoy / Composed by Naohiro Iwai / Arr.
Theme from "E.T.
 J. Williams / Composed by Naohiro Iwai / Arr.
Gujo Bushi
 Gifu folk song Naohiro Iwai / arr.
Pops depiction "On Main Street
 Naohiro Iwai/Composition

University Celebration Overture
 J. Brahms / Composed by Toru Takahashi / Arr.

Admission and ticket purchase

  • Admission fee

    Admission free (no advance registration required, all seats unreserved)
     Advance registration is not accepted.
     *Preschool children are also admitted.
     Admission is limited to the first 800 persons

  • Admission of a preschool child


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