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Christmas Present Concert 2012

December 24 (Mon.), 2012

[All seats reserved]¥3,500
Start 17:00/Open 16:30

Some of Japan's most outstanding musicians will cooperate with performers associated with Ibaraki Prefecture to present a spectacular program that is sure to lift people's spirits on Christmas Eve. This year, several famous opera singers will perform alongside members of the Ahiru-kai Chorus, long active in Mito, singing everyone's favorite Christmas carols

Handel: Messiah, HWV56 (Excerpts)
Menotti: Amahl and the Night Visitors



New Davidsbündler 3rd Concert

December 22 (Sat.), 2012

[All seats reserved]A:¥5,000 B:¥4,000

Start 18:30/Open 18:00

Sayaka Shoji (violin)
Shunsuke Sato (violin)
Kazuhide Isomura (viola)
Danjulo Ishizaka (cello)
Yu Kosuge (piano)

Beethoven: Piano Quartet in E flat major, Op.16
Reger: String Trio in A minor, Op.77b
Dvorak: Piano Quintet in A mojor, Op.81



New "Davidsbuendler" The 3rd Hekinan Concert

December 21 (Fri.), 2012

[All seats reserved]

Program: Same as the December 22 concert below.


“Resound through the Streets of Mito!”
300 Singers Perform Beethoven's 9th Symphony 2012

December 9 (Sun.), 2012

Admission Free

In what has become somewhat of a year-end seasonal tradition in Mito, some 300 singers will gather again in ATM Plaza this December to perform Beethoven’s Ninth Symphony. The chorus will be composed of more than 300 Mito citizens, who will start their rehearsals in September. Their voices will resound through the streets of Mito from under ATM’s eponymous Art Tower. This year marks the 12th time that this annual concert will have been held since first being performed in 1999.

General director: Ryosuke Hatanaka
Conductor: Yoshitomo Suzuki



Piano Recital by Noriyuki Suzuki

November 24 (Sat.), 2012

[Free Seating]¥2,000, Student ¥1,500
start 14:00/ open 13:30

Noriyuki Suzuki, Piano

Beethoven: Piano Sonata No.8 in C minor, Op.13 "Pathetique"
Chopin: 24 Preludes Op.28



Master Musicians and Singers of Ibaraki
22th Concert

November 17 (Sat.), 2012

[Free Seating]¥1,500
start 18:00/open 17:30

Kiyotatsu Miyoshi(chairman of the audition), MC

Keiichi Sukegawa, Marimba
Yui Hakozaki, Clarinet
Yuka Kotabe, Horn
Haruka Sasazawa, Trumpet
Kikuno Morishima, Clarinet
Minako Cho, Soprano
Makiko Hashimoto, Soprano
Marie Shishido, Soprano
Hikaru Morita, Soprano
Yoshie Nakajima, Soprano



Duo ponte nota Recital

November 11 (Sun.), 2012

[Free Seating]Advance ticket: General ¥2,500, Student ¥1,000
Door ticket: General ¥3,000, Student¥1,000
start 2:00 p.m. / open 1:30 p.m.

Duo ponte nota
 (Naoko Kato, Violin / Michiko Katada, Piano)

Eccles: Violin Sonata in G minor
Schubert: Violin Sonata in A major, Op.162, D574
Schumann: Märchenbilder, Op.113
Grieg: Violin Sonata No.3 in C minor, Op.45
Stravinsky: Suite italienne



"The Piano Music Surrounding Debussy"
Ⅱ.Debussy and Chopin

Performance and lecture by Momo Kodama

November 3 (Sat.), 2012

©Vincent Garnier

[All seats reserved]¥3,000
start 16:00/open 15:30

Momo Kodama, piano and lecture

Chopin: 24 Preludes op.28
Debussy: Preludes 1er livre



Piano Recital by Atsushi Sato

October 28 (Sun.), 2012

[Free Seating]¥4,000
Start 15:00/ Open 14:30

Atsushi Sato, Piano

Schubert: Piano Sonata No.4 in A minor, D537
Liszt: "Valley of Obermann" (Annees de pelerinage, 1st year, Switzerland, S160)



Open Lesson by MCO Members
for High School Students in Mito

Ensemble Lesson and Mini-Concert

October 22 (Mon.), 2012

[Free Seating]Admission Free (Admission ticket is necessary)
Venue: Ibaraki Prefectural Culture Center, Main Hall
Start 13:30/Open 13:00

Katsuta High School, String Ensemble
Mito Dai-Ichi High School, Woodwind Quintet
Mito Dai-San High School, Brass Octet

Naoko Tanaka, Violin
Philippe Tondre, Oboe
David Herzog, Trumpet


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