Doors open at 13:15
At Mr. Ueoka's request, the program for this performance has been requested from customers who attended the regular concert in September 2021. Mr. Ueoka's wish that customers should listen to Bruckner's Symphony No. 8, which was the overwhelming number of requests, will come true.
The Ueoka New Japan Philharmonic Orchestra has performed Bruckner's Symphonies Nos. 3, 6, 7, and 9, all of which have been highly acclaimed for their unique musicality. , Some of which have also been made into sound sources. The last symphony Bruckner completed, No. 8, which is famous as a masterpiece due to its deep solemn sound and magnificent scale, was originally performed at the 623rd regular concert in September 2020. What was programmed as a general settlement of Bruckner by the New Japan Philharmonic. This program will be realized after about two and a half years. I hope that it will be a time to share the music world that Mr. Ueoka has created with Takuto, and to share the joy once again. Please look forward to the one-time-only special concert presented in the 50th anniversary year.
New Japan Philharmonic Ticket Box
|⚫︎Regular member/Patronage member
|Saturday, November 5th
|⚫︎ My plan member
|Tuesday, November 8th
*Applicable to those who purchased the 2022/23 season regular concert with My Plan
|⚫︎ Customers other than the above
|Saturday, November 12th
[SOLD OUT] Set of S seats and New Japan Philharmonic 50th anniversary magazine (10,000 yen) Signed by Toshiyuki Kamioka Limited to 20 sets! (New Japan Philharmonic Ticket Online and New Japan Philharmonic Ticket Box)
* Tickets will be mailed, and the 50th anniversary magazine will be exchanged at the hall lobby on the day of the concert.
*After the sale of the 50th anniversary signed set ends, we plan to release a set with the unsigned 50th anniversary magazine. All of them will also include a New Japan Philharmonic original ticket folder (not for sale).
Ticket Pia P code: 229-255 Lawson ticket L code: 34651
Organizer: New Japan Philharmonic
Co-sponsored by: Sumida Triphony Hall