An online lecture will be held on 3/1 that will make the 647th regular concert absolutely fun!

We will hold an online lecture that will give you a good idea of what to listen to at the 647th regular concert (March).
A lot of hints to enjoy the regular concert that decorates the last of this season!

"Actually, a very romantic Schoenberg and his friends"-Let's find out with New Japan Philharmonic Orchestra member and music writer Takayuki Komuro The charm of the orchestra! ~

■ Date and time: 3/1 (Wednesday) 20:00 ~ (about 1.5 hours)
■ Navigator: Takayuki Komuro (music writer)
■Performers: Eriko Sasaki (New Japan Philharmonic 2nd violin, Vorspieler), Takahiro Suzuki (New Japan Philharmonic trombonist)
■ Delivery method: Online meeting tool "Zoom"

Viewing ticket (with archive) 500 yen

How to apply (purchase viewing tickets)

Please apply from the following site. At BASE, you can order online lectures and concert tickets at the same time. (*Seat number cannot be selected)


In addition to commentary by a navigator, this is an online lecture delivered by members of the New Japan Philharmonic about the appeal of the three new Viennese schools (Webern, Berg, and Schoenberg) who were active in Vienna in the early 1900s and their music. The members of the orchestra, who have just finished rehearsals, will appear and talk about their interactions with the conductor, the atmosphere during the performance, and their thoughts on the song for the performance.

[Information for participating in the online lecture]
You need to download "Zoom Cloud Meetings" to participate in the event.
By 2:00 pm on the day of the event, we will send you a Zoom viewing URL (for PC) and an ID and password (for smartphones and tablets) to participate in the online lecture.

[Other notes]
*Instructors, navigators, and performers are subject to change without notice.
* Communication costs will be borne by the customer.
*Please note that we are not responsible for any accidents or injuries that occur during this event.
* Unauthorized sharing of video recordings, recordings, and video URLs is strictly prohibited. If you are found, you will be asked to leave immediately.
*Please refrain from reprinting event materials and images without permission.

Related performance

  • Webern: Passacaglia op. 1
  • Berg: Violin Concerto (Violin: Christian Tetzlaff)
  • Schoenberg: Symphonic Poem "Pelléas et Mélisande" op. 5