The Tokyo Sinfonia is not like just any ordinary orchestra. The Sinfonia is unique in Japan, offering enjoyable, accessible classical music for both those new to it, and for experts. It is big enough to make a rich and satisfying sound, and compact enough to be cost-effective and portable.

Our entry-level series is the unique Tokyo Sinfonia dinner-concert series at the Foreign Correspondent’s Club of Japan in Yurakucho. Our dinner-concert Serenades are highly important for attracting an audience of people coming to a classical performance for the first time. The programmes have attracted many repeaters, many groups, and many words of praise such as “That was hugely enjoyable”. We have our Japanese Serenade in August, followed by an Scandinavian Serenade in November and a Spanish Serenade in February of 2011.

That is not all we do. Tokyo Sinfonia programmes for musical aficionados include two series at Oji Hall in Ginza and elsewhere: Symphonies for Strings, and Sinfonia Plus. These programmes too draw many repeaters, many groups, and many words of praise.