The Tokyo Sinfonia!
We are renowned for imaginative programs, warm sound, lively expression and a friendly rapport with our audience.
TOKYO SINFONIA BACK TO MUSICWe greatly miss sharing our live performances with our audiences. Our June plans call for the Tokyo Sinfonia to return to Oji Hall June 17, Wednesday. Save the date, and pray that it works! Professional guidelines from the great orchestras of Europe advise us of the distance we should maintain between players on stage. On the Oji Hall stage we just fit. We will again need to maintain social distancing between audience members in the seats, limiting the audience in the hall. We want to do everything we can to perform again for our precious audience — to touch their hearts, inspire them, uplift them. We’ll keep you informed.
【UPDATE】The concert will stream on YouTube!Tokyo Sinfonia Ofiicial Youtube Channel
- 19:00 Program I
- 19:50 Intermission
- 20:10 Program II
- 21:00 End of concert
- the orchestra of 19!
and the string orchestra
Robert Rÿker has founded orchestras on three continents – the National Philharmonic of India, the North Bay Symphony in Canada, and the Tokyo Sinfonia.
He has written over 500 musical arrangements, compositions and orchestrations.
Maestro Rÿker established the Tokyo Sinfonia in 2006 to raise the standard of performance, encourage the next generation and develop new audiences for music.
In addition to our range of concerts,the Tokyo Sinfonia performsfor businesses, embassies, schools, individuals,and other organisations.