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Croatian classical and neoclassical music

Croatian classical and neoclassical music


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Yuki Hasegawa (Conductor)

Tomohiro Adachi (piano)

Sachiko Hongo (Concertmaster)

Most Chamber Orchestra


Gotanda Bunka Center Music Hall Open 18:30 Start 19:00


All unreserved seats 5,000 yen

Japan Croatian Music Association TEL.03-6869-5641

Pro Arte Musique TEL.03-3943-6677



Croatian Musical Society


L. Sorkocevic: Symphonies No. 4 & No. 6 (Premiere in Japan)
B. Babandoburo: Sinfonietta (Premiere in Japan)
WA Mozart: Piano Concerto No. 9 ``Jeunome'' in E-flat major, K.271


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Tomohiro Adachi (piano)
Graduated from the Croatian State University of Zagreb Music Academy with the highest honors. He has won numerous awards, including first prize at the Seiler International Music Competition and second prize at the Brahms International Music Competition. Since then, he has been active internationally, being invited to various places in Europe, the Middle East, Asia, and Australia.
In 2007, he came to Japan as a soloist for the Zagreb String Quartet's performance in Japan and made his debut in Japan. In recent years, he has performed with the Jerusalem Symphony Orchestra, the Mozart Festival Orchestra, and the Osijek National Symphony Orchestra. In 2017, he held a recital at the Suntory Hall and Large Hall, which was filled with fans from all over the world and received great applause.
Notably, as a leading figure in Croatian music, he is the founding representative of the Japan Croatian Music Association. He has worked on the Japan premiere of many Croatian works and is aiming to popularize them. In particular, Dora Pejacevic's piano concerto (co-starred with Japan Sinfonia), which was premiered in Japan in 2015, was made into a CD and has become a masterpiece that has attracted attention from all quarters.

Sachiko Hongo (Concertmaster)
Graduated from Tokyo University of the Arts and Trossingen University of Music in Germany. Worked at the Wiesbaden Opera House Orchestra in Hesse, Germany.
He has participated in the Sapporo Pacific Music Festival (PMF), the Schleswig-Holstein Music Festival in Germany, and the La Folle Journée Music Festival in Nantes, France. Currently, while teaching juniors as a part-time lecturer at Ueno Gakuen University, he is active in a wide range of performances, including ensembles such as the Yokohama Sinfonietta led by conductor Kazuki Yamada. In addition, he plans and manages the lecture "Otogatari" at Terakoya NOTH. Collaborations with different fields such as physics, medicine, and art are also popular. 4 Stance Body Theory REASH Trainer.

Most Chamber Orchestra
A professional orchestra of the Japan-Croatia Music Association established in 2017 to introduce the music culture of the former Yugoslavia, including Croatia. Starting with this performance, the orchestra changed its name to the "Most Chamber Orchestra", quoting the word "Most", which means "bridge" in Croatian, in hopes of promoting friendship between Japan and Croatia.