Category Archives: Blog

  • Privacy Policy

    Posted on January 8, 2019 by admin in Blog.

    English follows 個人情報保護について EU一般データ保護規則に準じ、東京シンフォニアは以下の通り個人情報を保護いたします。 1. 東京シンフォニアについての関心を示された方だけに、イベントや活動についての情報をお送りします。 2. 個人情報は安全に管理し、適宜、更新・削除いたします。 3. 個人情報を第三者に提供することはありません。  詳細をお知りになりたい方はメールにてご連絡下さい。info@tokyosinfonia.com Following the EU’s GPDR, which pertains to contacting EU citizens, the Tokyo Sinfonia has developed this Privacy Policy: Only those who have expressed an interest in the Sinfonia will be contacted, solely for the purpose of sending details of upcoming events and activities. All […]

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  • Top US publication on our maestro

    Posted on August 29, 2017 by admin in Blog, Uncategorized.

    Want to know more about our Maestro Robert Rÿker? He spoke to Classical Voice North America about his musical life and work in Tokyo. Read the feature in full. Far-Flung Maestro Flourishes With Ensemble In Japan

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  • January soloist Misaki Morino in The Japan Times

    Posted on August 16, 2017 by admin in Blog.

    Austria-based Misaki spoke to The Japan Times about her journey to Vienna, the challenges she has overcome to build a career, and why she is always so excited to return to Tokyo. Soprano Misaki Morino follows the music to Vienna

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  • Our player Nagisa Sakaki featured in Savvy Tokyo

    Posted on August 16, 2017 by admin in Blog.

    Savvy Spotlight: Violinist Nagisa Sakaki Of Nagisa Strings

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  • Preparing for a solo: Tina Azuma

    Posted on August 16, 2017 by admin in Blog.

      We caught up with Tokyo Sinfonia cello player Tina Azuma, who performed a solo in March, to find out her secrets to solo success. 3月に東京シンフォニアのチェロソロをする吾妻知奈にインタビューをしました。 日本語は下にあります。 In the Tokyo Sinfonia, each of our 19 players has the opportunity to perform a solo, making us an orchestra that truly cares about the development of its talent […]

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