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The 40th Japan Flute Festival in Tokyo

The 40th Japan Flute Festival in Tokyo


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Japan Flute Festival in Tokyo 40th 2018

Conductor: Toshiaki Umeda

Sumida Triphony Hall

(JR Sobu Line / Tokyo Metro Hanzomon Line Kinshicho Station 5 minutes on foot)

Sumida Triphony Hall

Admission fee: General 3,000 yen

Student 1,500 yen (university students and younger)

Pre-sale ends. If you would like a ticket,

Pro Arte Musice TEL. Please call 03-3943-6677.

Payment will be accepted on the day.

Same-day tickets will be sold at the venue reception from 13:30.

Organizer: Japan Flute Festival in Tokyo Executive Committee
Supported by: Japan Flute Association
Management: Pro Arte Musice 03-3943-6677
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Ticket Pia 0570-02-9999 (P code: 346-346)
Lawson ticket 0570-084-003 (L code: 32336)
Triphony Hall Ticket Center 03-5608-1212
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○ Opening by professional, amateur and junior flutists
Elgar / Pomp and Circumstance March No. 1 *with pipe organ
○ Flute orchestra by amateur flutists
Tchaikovsky / Introduction, Polonaise, Waltz from the ballet "Sleeping Beauty"
○ Ensemble by junior flutists
Khachaturian / Waltz from "Masquerade"
Dance of the Sword, Dance of the Rose Maiden from the Ballet "Gayane"
Mascagni / Intermezzo from the opera "Cavalleria Rusticana" (with pipe organ)
○ Flute orchestra by professional flutists
Shostakovich / Festival Overture
Mozart/Symphony No.40
○ With everyone at the venue
Elgar / March "Pomp and Circumstances" No.1

*The order of the songs played is subject to change.


Conductor: Toshiaki Umeda