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Symbol of a nursery service is available= A nursery service is available.

Concert Hall “Kaze”
Kuricorder Quartet Family Concert

Kuricorder Quartet

Date and Time: March 6 (Sun.) 2011, 3 p.m.
Tickets now on sale
All seats reserved.
Members 3,150 yen/ Nonmembers 3,500 yen/ High school students 2,000 yen/ Junior high school students and under (over 4 years old) 1,500 yen
No children 3 years old and under will be allowed into the concert

Program: Opening theme song for “PythagoraSwitch,” Pejie, Tsumiki no ie, Main Title ~guitar version~, Bonnet Bus, and etc.

Kuricorder Quartet, an unique band with recorders and other familiar musical instruments including ukuleles, whose cover of “The Imperial March (Darth Vader’s Theme)” made a big hit in summer 2005, is coming to our Concert Hall “Kaze.” Come to the concert with your family and friends!

Concert Hall “Kaze”
Ryota Komatsu and Last Tango
Sensations featuring SINSKEA nursery service is available.

Ryota Komatsu

Special concert for the 90th anniversary of the birth of Astor Piazzolla

Date and Time: May 27 (Fri.) 2011, 7:15 p.m. On-sale date: February 3 (Thu.), tickets available now for members.
All seats reserved. Members 4,050 yen/ Nonmembers 4,500 yen/ Students 2,500 yen Program: Piazzolla/ Libertango, Vebraphonissimo etc.

This year is the 90th anniversary of the birth of Astor Piazzolla, known as the Tango Revolutionist. Concert Hall Kaze invites bandoneón (concertina) player Ryota Komatsu, who has generated a renewed interest in tango music among young people, as a main artist to celebrate the anniversary with a special concert. Experience and enjoy the world of Piazzolla with its edgy rhythm and cool, lyrical melody.

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Mitaka Municipal Office 1-1, Nozaki 1-chome, Mitaka City, 181-8555, Tokyo Tel:0422-45-1151(Main Switchboard) How to Get Mitaka Municipal Office

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