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For International Guests and Students

"Tsukuba Recital Series" is a challenge by Tsukuba University students to host a top class classic concert at Tsukuba City with an unbelievable ticket price.


Thanks to the generous support from local companies as well as cloud funding, you can enjoy the performance of "Yomikyo Brass" by the best pleyers from a brass section of the Japanese leading Yomiuri Nippon Symphony Orchestra (https://yomikyo.or.jp/e/) with inexpensive admission tickets. A ticket for the general public is only \ 1,000, while students can get FREE tickets with advance reservation.

 

〇Performers:Yomikyo Brass - Ken-ich Tsujimoto (Tp), Chonho Yoon (Tp),  Tatsuo Nippashi (Hr), Akira Kuwata (Tb), Shimpei Tsugita (Tuba)
〇Date:Jan. 14, Mon (Public Holiday). 2 pm (Door opens at 1:30 pm)
〇Venue:Tsukuba Capio Hall (10 minute walk from Tsukuba Station)

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After the announcement of the concert, we received many expectations
from the brass players at the university. We will show you some of them.

...I want you to feel the pressure of the sound which can not be felt
through CDs. I’ve heard Mr.Tsujimoto’s trumpet and Mr.Tsugita’s Tuba. Mr.
Tsujimoto's sweet sounds, Mr.Tsugita’s marvelous sound- “Can he do all
such things with Tuba?”. You should experience them directly. (N.T.
College of Comparative Culture, University of Tsukuba)

...Because he had played in the United States, Mr.Yoon is also good at
bluesy solo, and on the other hand he plays folk songs etc. very nice.
Please listen to the recordings of Amazing Grace and Arirang on his own
official website. (Toshihito Waki, Associate Professor, University of
Tsukuba)

...I think Mr.Nippashi is a young horn player with rich tone and versatile
expressions. He plays not only in the orchestra but also as a soloist
actively. ...Alexander’s traditional sounds loved around the world,
including the Berlin Philharmonic Orchestra. Mr.Nippashi seems to be the
leading player who inherits it in Japan. (T.O. College of International
Studies, University of Tsukuba)

...The first CD I got after I entered the brass band in junior high school
and began to play the trombone was "COLORS" by Mr. Akira Kuwata. His
soft and smooth sound taught what Trombone is, to me, who was still
beginner at that time. (Tsubasa Takeda, College of Comparative Culture,
University of Tsukuba)

...When I first heard Mr. Tsugita's melodious sound, I could hardly believe
my ears. "Is the instrument he plays really tuba?" He manipulates tuba
freely, from the treble high tone to the deep bass resonating with belly.
This is a very good chance to listen one of the best, no, truly the
best tuba in Japan (and free of charge!). (Tomohisa Tabata, College of
Comparative Culture, University of Tsukuba)

 

 

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〇Program
 Kevin McKee: Escape
   Eugène Bozza: Sonatine
   John Cheetham :Scherzo
   Mitsunori Eto :On a fictive street corner (Premiere)
   Eiko Orita: Brass Quintet
   Paul Nagle: Jive for Five 

〇 Free seating
Please note that children under 10 will not be admitted to preserve the tranquility of the concert.

〇How to get tickets
 General Admission Ticket \ 1,000

1) You can fill out the Google form and submit it to us. We will provide you with the details of our bank account. After we confirm your wire transfer, we will send you an e-ticket.

Application is over.

 

2) You can get tickets at Family Mart convenience stores after making reservation at

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3) You can also buy tickets at Tsukuba Capio and Nova Halls.

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Free students tickets available only through advance reservation
You can get tickets only by the means of submitting the following Google form.

 

Application is over.

 


When we receive your form, we will send you an e-ticket subject to the availability.

We hope many of you could come to our concert.


We are now raising funds through a cloud funding platform, Tsukuba Future Funding. Your visit to our funding site will be highly appreciated. 

https://www.tff.or.jp/projects/26


For inquiries, send an e-mail to
recital.tsukuba@gmail.com