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New Japan Symphony Orchestra 112th Concert

2024/03/23(Sa.) 13:30 Starting

Sumida Triphony Hall, Main HallTokyo


M. Glinka
Overture to the opera "Ruslan and Ludmilla
M. Glinka
"Ruslan and Lyudmila", Overture

J. Sibelius
Violin Concerto in D minor, Op. 47
J. Sibelius
Violin Concerto in d minor, Op.47

A. Dvorak
Symphony No. 7 in D minor, Op. 70 (B.141)
A. Dvorak
Symphony No.7 in d minor, Op.70 (B.141)

 The 112th subscription concert of the New Japan Symphony Orchestra will feature music by composers of the National Music School: Glinka from Russia, Sibelius from Finland, and Dvorak from the Czech Republic.
 The overture by Glinka is gorgeous and lively, and many of you may be familiar with it. Sibelius's Violin Concerto requires a high level of skill from the soloist, and you can feel the clear skies and harsh nature of Northern Europe. Dvořák's Symphony No. 7, influenced by Brahms's Symphony No. 3, is deeply rooted in Bohemia's nature, folk music, and folk movements. All are excellent masterpieces, and we hope you will fully enjoy their individual characteristics!
 This year's program welcomes young conductor Rino Yoshiki and violinist Sakinori Tozawa (the youngest winner of the 85th Japan Music Competition and the highest prize winner of the Tibor Varga International Violin Competition). Yoshizaki is currently a graduate student at the Tokyo National University of Fine Arts and Music, and Tozawa will be coming from Germany, where he is currently studying. Please look forward to an enthusiastic performance by Yoshizaki, Tozawa, and the New Japan Symphony Orchestra.

Shin-Nippon Symphony Orchestra

 Since its founding in 1966, this amateur orchestra has been active mainly in the Tokyo area. The orchestra currently has about 80 members, ranging in age from teens to 60s, and its activities are based on regular rehearsals every Wednesday and regular concerts twice a year, in spring and fall. In recent years, the group has set a medium-term theme to guide its musical activities and aims to grow as a continuously active group. Another feature of the group is its friendly atmosphere and active communication with members of all ages and from diverse industries and professions, and after the 110th Anniversary Concert in the spring of 2023, the group will continue to enhance its activities.


  • Overture to the opera "Ruslan and Ludmilla

    M. Glinka

  • Violin Concerto in D minor Op. 47

    J. Sibelius

  • Symphony No. 7 in D minor, Op. 70, B. 141

    A. Dvorak


  • Yoshizaki Rino


  • Sakinori Tozawa

    violin solo

Admission and ticket purchase

  • Admission fee

    All seats reserved (tax included)
    Advance tickets: 1,000 yen
    Same-day tickets: 1,500 yen

  • How to buy

    Ticket Sales Information
    -All seats reserved
    Advance tickets: 1,000 yen (tax included)
    Tickets will go on sale at 10:00 a.m. on January 24 (Wed.)
    0Electronic ticket service teket
    0Triphony Hall Ticket Center
    Phone: 03-5608-1212
    Ticket Pia
    P code: 256-673
    *Please search for "New Japan Symphony Orchestra" in the search window of PIA.
    ◆Tickets at the door: 1,500 yen (tax included)
    zTickets will be sold at the reception desk next to the entrance of the concert hall.

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