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(Yes) Ofusa su Vega Koji Satoi & The Taro Singers New Year's Concert

Period

2020/1/19 (Sun)

Venue

Osaka Institute of Technology Umeda Campus OIT Umeda Tower Josho Hall

Ticket Fee

All seats are free (general): 3,000 yen
All seats free (students): 1,000 yen
All seats free (high school students and younger): 500 yen
(tax included)

+ Ticketing Fee



Detailed Information

Performance content Mendelssohn "New Year's Song"
Kosuke Yamada",This Road (arranged by Junpei Masuda)
Elgar"Lux aeterna
Poulenc "Exultate Deo"
Nakamura Yadai "I Want to Go ALong" (arranged by Michiaki Tsujima)
Performances Homepage http://the-taro-singers.jp/choir/
Appearance Command? Koji Satoi ? Chorus? The Taro Singers ? Percussion? History of Mitsumoto Theory
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Schedule <Date>
2020/1/19 (Sun)


<Schedule>
Sunday, January 19, 2020, 2:00 p.m. (Doors open at 13:00)
Ticket Fee All seats are free (general): 3,000 yen
All seats free (students): 1,000 yen
All seats free (high school students and younger): 500 yen
(tax included)

+ Ticketing Fee
Venue Osaka Institute of Technology Umeda Campus OIT Umeda Tower Josho Hall
Remarks Please refrain from admission to preschool children.
Organizations Overview Founded in 1994 under Koji Satoi, The Taro Singers began performing in 1995. Taking the opportunity of Rossini's "Kosou solemn Mass" at the 4th regular concert in 1998, he worked on a capella choral piece, and is now regarded as one of the few professional chamber-mixed choirs in Japan. His activities were also held in Tokyo, Kobe, and Kyoto based in Osaka, and in 1999 he was very popular with performances in Europe (Amsterdam and Barcelona).

Music journalist Tokihiko Umezu said, "The Taro Singers is the choir we want right now. The sound of this choir gives peace of mind and does not lose the question to the present at the same time in the point corresponding to the tradition of Europe, the demand of the modern and modern musicality, and the social ity. We have received rave reviews.

The TARO Singers' "TARO" was named after the "Satoy" by president Hiroshi Satoi. (Satoi -> Satoimo -> Taro -> TARO). "Taroimo" has not only been a regular diet of Japanese people since the Jomon period, but the word "TARO" is said to be one of the few words that are common to all words, not only In Japanese, but also in English, French, German, and so on. Although it is such a humorous thing, we want to do our best under the words that have a great desire to put the world in mind.

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