Mar 18 (Fri), 2016Starts at 19:00 (Doors open at 18:30) at Hakuju Hall
7F, Hakuju Seikagaku Kenkyujo Bldg.
(Hakuju Institute for Health Science Co., Ltd.),
1-37-5 Tomigaya, Shibuya
- Organized by
- General Foundation “Classic for Japan”
- Cooperated by
- Kodama no Kai (Circle of Wood Spirit)
“A charity concert
with TSUNAMI Violins, Viola and Cello” was held.
Mar 18, at Hakuju Hall (Shibuya, Tokyo) “A charity concert “Prayer” with TSUNAMI Violins, Viola and Cello” was held.
It was an amazing moment that we could remember the disaster with 280 visitors there,
surrounded with sounds of the instruments made of driftwood.
It also gave us an opportunity to reconsider how important these activities are and what we should do from now.
- Performers Emiri Miyamoto (violin), Toshiki Usui (piano), Kenji Nakagi (cello), Nobuhiro Suyama (cello),
Yuriko Kuronuma (violin), Kazuki Sawa (viola), Sei Hatano (violin), Kimiko Nakazawa (violin)
We thank all of the volunteer performers, whose hearts about the disaster on the wings of music deeply touched the audience.
TSUNAMI Violas and TSUNAMI Cellos have ordinarily less chances to be listened to, so they sounded particularly fresh in the concert. Their deep sounds also felt good body in the form of a quartet. We would like to set up such an opportunity like this on more occasions.
We are deeply grateful to all of the audience and those who gave us a hand of support in their communities.
Please stand by us for long-lasting goodwill and support.
We donated the entire amount of the “Prayer” concert ticket sales revenue of 840,000 yen (for 280 seats) to Hanamaki Kinsei Junior Orchestra.
In the concert of Kinsei Junior Orchestra, after Ms. Yui Yuhara, a violinist, played a TSUNAMI Violin, the certificate of our donation was handed from Mr. Kazutaka Hinata, Vice Chairman of “Kodama no Kai”, the cosponsor of the charity concert, to Mr. Mitsugu Tada, the representative of the orchestra (Mar 27th).