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No. 1977 Subscription (Program A)

Conductor:Tadaaki Otaka
Cello:Dai Miyata

  • Hisatada Otaka / Cello Concerto A Minor Op. 20
  • Panufnik / Katyń Epitaph
  • Lutosławski / Concerto for Orchestra

NHK Hall

No. 1977 Subscription (Program A)

No. 1978 Subscription (Program C)

Conductor:Jakub Hrůša

  • Bernstein / Symphonic Dances from West Side Story
  • Rakhmaninov / Symphonic Dances Op. 45

NHK Hall

No. 1978 Subscription (Program C)

No. 1979 Subscription (Program B)

Conductor:Jakub Hrůša
Piano:Piotr Anderszewski*

  • Dvořák / Hussite Overture, Op. 67
  • Szymanowski / Symphony No. 4 Op. 60, Symphonie concertante*
  • Brahms / Symphony No. 4 E Minor Op. 98

Suntory Hall

No. 1979 Subscription (Program B)

No. 1977 Subscription (Program A)

Conductor: Tadaaki Otaka
Cello: Dai Miyata

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No. 1978 Subscription (Program C)

Conductor: Jakub Hrůša

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No. 1979 Subscription (Program B)

Conductor: Jakub Hrůša
Piano: Piotr Anderszewski

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Masterpiece Performances of NHK Symphony Orchestra to be Aired and Transmitted to the World from NHK WORLD-JAPAN

Monday, Nov 28, 2022

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NHK SYMPHONY ORCHESTRA,
TOKYO
Profile of NHKSO

The NHK Symphony Orchestra performs about 120 concerts across Japan annually including 54 subscription concerts which are broadcast nationwide on NHK television and NHK FM radio, and some of which are introduced to the world’s audience through international broadcast services. In August 2013, it made its first appearance at the Salzburg Festival, and in the spring of 2020, presented concerts in nine major European cities including Berlin and Vienna, earning high artistic acclaim for its performances and activities.
It will invite Fabio Luisi as its Chief Conductor from September 2022.

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Social Contributions

Music can lift people’s spirits and give them a moment of consolation. The NHK Symphony Orchestra hopes to contribute to society by presenting high quality music not only at concert halls but also at many other venues.

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