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The 14th NEC Charity Concert - Give love and hope to children who are going out into the world!?

The 14th NEC Charity Concert - Give love and hope to children who are going out into the world!?


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NEC Charity Concert vol.14

Saturday, January 31, 2015
(Doors open 12:50 Start 13:30 End around 15:30)

Venue: Muza Kawasaki Symphony Hall
Muza Kawasaki Symphony Hall

Organizer: NEC

This concert is free of charge, but advance application is required.
The application deadline is December 31, 2014 (Wednesday).
On this day, we would like to ask for your kind cooperation in charity. Thank you for your cooperation.
*We will notify the winners by sending invitations around January 22, 2015 (Thursday).

Please apply from here

* A donation box will be set up at the venue on the day of the event.
The purpose of this concert is to support activities that address social issues, and this time, we will raise funds at the venue to support the activities of "El Sistema Japan". “El Sistema Japan” aims to give dreams and hopes through music to the children in Fukushima and Iwate prefectures, who have been affected physically and mentally by the nuclear power plant accident and tsunami after the Great East Japan Earthquake, and to provide a place for their self-fulfillment. We are promoting activities to promote expansion. Musical instruments are provided free of charge to children who want them, and they can receive instruction from school music teachers and specialized musical instrument instructors. Currently, we have formed a cooperative system with Soma City in Fukushima Prefecture and Otsuchi City in Iwate Prefecture, and we are actively working on the dreams and hopes of children who will lead the future, mainly at elementary schools.

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~ Give love and hope to children who are spreading their wings in the world! ~

* Renaissance ~ Reconstruction Toshio Mashima
* Woman of Arles Second Suite G. Bizet
* "Frozen" Symphonic Highlight S. Bra
* Musical "Man of La Mancha" Selection by Koichi Sugimoto

*Please note that the program may change due to circumstances.


NEC Tamagawa Brass Band
Conductor: Yukio Inagaki (Music Director/Permanent Conductor)

NEC Tamagawa Brass Band
A brass band made up of NEC Group employees who work at the NEC Tamagawa Plant (Kawasaki City, Kanagawa Prefecture) and nearby plants. there is

Established in 1957 (Showa 32) at the Tamagawa Plant of NEC, the company held its first in-house concert the following year. In the 1970s, in addition to performances at in-house events, the brass bands of NEC Fuchu and NEC Sagamihara worked together to form the "NEC Wind Orchestra", and the musical "NEC Concert" was performed by Nikikai and the brass band. Appearing in Evening. Until 1986, the "NEC Concert Evening" was held in 44 locations nationwide, and musicals such as The Sound of Music and My Fair Lady were well received in each region.

In 1960, he participated in the All Japan Brass Band Competition for the first time, and in 1971, he participated in the national competition for the first time as a representative of the Kanto region. Since then, he has participated in the national competition 29 times and won the gold medal four times (1981, 1995, 2000, 2003). Since participating in the All Japan Ensemble Contest in 1977, he has participated in the national competition 16 times to date and won the gold prize six times (five years from 1982 and 1997).

In 1991, he received the "Kawasaki City Culture Award" from Kawasaki City for his performance activities centered on Kawasaki. In 1998, he was in charge of ceremonial music for the "Kanagawa Yume National Athletic Meet" bowling and handball tournaments.

In 1997, we commissioned the world-famous Belgian composer Jan Van der Roost to compose the orchestra's 40th anniversary work "Dynamica", and conducted it at Kanagawa Kenmin Hall in June. made its world premiere. In June 1998, the first brass band concert was held at the Yokohama Minatomirai Hall (the 17th regular concert). At the 19th regular concert, Ikuma Dan, who passed away in May 2001, performed his representative work, the orchestral suite "Silk Road," arranged for brass band for the first time in the presence of Mr. Ikuma Dan. In 2002, he held a charity concert at Dai-ichi Seimei Hall (inside Harumi Triton Square), which was the first brass band concert in the hall, and has held charity concerts every year since then.

Currently, they perform many performances mainly in Kawasaki City, such as regular concerts held once a year, brass band festivals, and contact concerts in Kawasaki City.