On July 1st, under Seiji Ozawa and Naozumi Yamamoto, the New Japan Philharmonic was established as an independent orchestra. A special concert was held on September 15th of the same year, and the first regular concert was held on September 22nd.
July 12 Franchise memorandum with Sumida Ward was made.
“Sumida City and the New Japan Philharmonic will contribute to the limitless progress of art and culture, and at the same time aim to realize a city of music by the residents of Sumida City, who have limitless respect and affection for their achievements. We promise to work together with all our passion.”
NJP started various activities, such as community concerts, contact concerts, and musical instruction programs for all elementary and junior high schools in Sumida Ward, and continues to this day.
The name of the new hall is decided as "Sumida Triphony Hall".
Sumida Triphony Hall was completed in May, and NJP made its first sound on May 9. Conducted by Seiji Ozawa, Mozart's Magic Flute Overture, Beethoven's Egmont Overture, and Ravel's Bolero.
On October 26th of the same year, Sumida Triphony Hall opened, and on October 27th, the 252nd regular concert conducted by Seiji Ozawa was held.
Exhibit: New Japan Philharmonic 50th Anniversary Magazine
"Performance is a once-in-a-lifetime encounter" (published in 2022)
2F · The front entrance of the large hall is on the left side facing both countries.
公益財団法人 新日本フィルハーモニー交響楽団 事務局 （7F）
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