The Tokyo Sinfonia!
We are renowned for imaginative programs, warm sound, lively expression and a friendly rapport with our audience.
The Tokyo Sinfonia has a fundamental obligation to protect the health and well-being of our players and our precious audience.
Governor Koike has requested that the people of Tokyo refrain from unnecessary gathering during this period of uncertainty, and Prime Minister Abe may invoke the power of the federal government to order a lockdown of the populace in the capitol city. In the meantime we want to safeguard the health of our audience, players and their families by avoiding travel in Tokyo.
As professional musicians however we want to do everything we can to play for our precious audience. We are studying ways to do this.
We have to conclude however that it will take some time for the coronavirus crisis to subside, and for us to make suitable alternate plans. We will keep you posted.In the meantime, please accept our apologies that we will not perform in Tokyo in April.
- 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.