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Music Forest

~The World Played by Folk Instruments

2024/07/07(Su.) 14:00 Starting

Platz Narashino Civic HallChiba


July 7 (Sun) Music Forest Concert!
       ~The world played by ethnic instruments
       ~ Platz Narashino 5th Anniversary
≪Schedule of the concert
Date: Sunday, July 7, 2024
Concert begins: 14:00 Doors open: 13:30
All seats are unreserved.
≪Price≫ Adults 3,500 yen
Adults: 3,500 yen ■Students: 1,500 yen
(Two wheelchair seats and two seats for caregivers are available,
If you wish to purchase a ticket, please contact the hall in advance and purchase a ticket at the museum.)
Music Forest
Formed in 2008, Music Forest released its first mini-album "Prelude" in 2009! Tokyo Project (individual type)" in 2020, and was selected for the "Yokohama City Support Program for Cultural and Artistic Activities" in the same year; was recognized as the 20th Heaven Artist by the Tokyo Metropolitan Government in 2021 (8 out of 73 groups), and the concert they organized in the same year was selected for the Agency for Cultural Affairs' "ARTS for the Future! The members of the group include the highest prize winner of the Japan Classical Music Competition, the highest prize winner of the 19th Newcomer's Concert sponsored by the Percussion Instrument Society, and the second prize winner in the marimba division of the International Percussion Competition in Italy, and their musicality is highly acclaimed.
The group performs a wide range of music, including healing, jazz, and popular music, but their world music, which combines traditional instruments from around the world such as tin whistles, bouzouki, and taiko drums, is called "world travel music," and is highly regarded as music that everyone from children to the elderly can enjoy. It has gained popularity as music that can be enjoyed by everyone from children to the elderly.
★Seigo Tsuda, saxophone/tin whistle/etc. ★Siryu Miyanoshita, marimba ★Yutaka Sato, guitar/bouzouki/etc. ★Hiroki Tsuji, bass ★Keita Hayashi, drums


Country Road
River Dance
Please note that the program is subject to change.


  • Keita Hayashi


  • Miyanoshita-Siryu

    marimba (musical instrument)

  • Seigo Tsuda

    Saxophone/Tin Whistle

  • Yutaka Sato


  • Hiroki Tsuji



Admission and ticket purchase

  • Admission fee

    all seats occupied (e.g. in a restaurant)

  • How to buy

    Date: Sunday, July 7, 2024
    Concert begins: 14:00 Doors open: 13:30
    ★All seats sold on a first-come, first-served basis
    ≪Prices≫ Adults 3,500 yen
    Adults: 3,500 yen ■Students: 1,500 yen
    (2 wheelchair seats and 2 seats for caregivers are available.)
    Platz Narashino North Wing 2F General Reception (ticket sales over the counter)
    (TEL: 047-476-3213 (for inquiries)
    Suzuki Kikaku
    Campeti WEB sales:

  • Admission of a preschool child


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