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The 22nd Autumn Kyoto Music Festival
Sept. 16 (Sun.) - Nov. 23 (Fri., National holiday)



The Autumn Kyoto Music Festival is a large-scale annual music event inviting renowned musicians from Japan and abroad. This year marks its 22nd year and a number of appealing concerts have been arranged. Experience a festive and uplifting mood with distinctive music at Kyoto Concert Hall.


Main Hall


Ensemble Hall Murata



Nov. 1 (Thurs.)
Coming back to Kyoto after 15 years-
The prominent orchestra inheriting the mainstream German sound

NDR Elbphilharmonie Orchester
(former North German Radio Symphony Orchestra)

From 19:00, Main Hall




Alan Gilbert © Chris Lee

Conductor: Alan Gilbert
Piano: Rudolf Buchbinder

In place of Hélène Grimaud who was unable to come to Japan, Rudolf Buchbinder will be performing.

Program
Richard Wagner-Prelude to Act I from Lohengrin
Ludwig van Beethoven-Piano Concerto No. 4 in G major op.58
Johannes Brahms-Symphony No. 4 in E minor op.98

Tickets
S 16,000 yen, A 14,000 yen, B 12,000 yen, C Sold out, D Sold out





Nov. 8 (Thurs.)
La Biche Ensemble de Kyoto Vol. 15
Performed by Kyoto Symphony Orchestra Members

From 19:00, Ensemble Hall Murata



Program
Jean Françaix-Octet
Johannes Brahms (Arr. Chris Nex)-Serenade No.1 in D major op.11 (Dectet Version)

Tickets
3,000 yen, Students (college & under) & Senior (over 70): 1,500 yen
*All non-reserved seats



Nov. 10 (Sat.)
Deep into Debussy-Experience the salon concert in Paris-
Claude Debussy: Composer of light and color Vol. 2 ''Belle Epoque: Culture of Salon and Debussy''

From 14:00, Ensemble Hall Murata





Navigator: Ryosuke Shiina
Soprano: Salomé Haller
Piano: Hideki Nagano
Flute: Yoshimi Oshima
Harp: Mai Fukui
Violin: Shizuka Ishikawa
Viola: Izumi Hosokawa

Program
Maurice Ravel-Shéhérazade
Claude Debussy-3 Songs of Bilitis
Gabriel Fauré-Une châtelaine en sa tour op.110
Claude Debussy-Sonata for Flute, Viola and Harp
and more

Tickets
4,000 yen, Under 30 (50 seats only; ID required): 2,000 yen
*All reserved seats




Nov. 16 (Fri.)
The 8th Miyako Fu-in Concert
(Japanese Instruments Ensemble)

From 19:00, Ensemble Hall Murata

Genzan Miyoshi Shoko Otani

Tickets
Advanced: 4,000 yen, Door: 4,500 yen
*All non-reserved seats




Nov. 17 (Sat.) & 18 (Sun.)
The 629th Subscription Concert of Kyoto Symphony Orchestra

From 14:30, Main Hall


Kyoto Symphony Orchestra © Ito Nanako

Conductor: Alexander Lazarev

Program
From 2:00pm: Pre-concert talk
Glazunov -''The Seasons'' ballet music op.67
Borodin-Symphony No.2 in B minor

Tickets
S 5,000 yen, A 4,500 yen, B 3,500 yen, P 2,000 yen




Nov. 20 (Tue.)
Kyoto Sinfonietta
Performed by Kyoto Symphony Orchestra Members

From 19:00, Ensemble Hall Murata


Kyoto Sinfonietta © A.Shimada

Program
Gala of Arrangement ! Vol. 2 (Arranged by Takuya Oda)
Ángel Villoldo-El choclo
Astor Piazolla-Winter in Buenos Aires from The Four Seasons of Buenos Aires and more

Tickets
3,000 yen, Students (college & under) & Senior (over 70): 2,000 yen
*All non-reserved seats






Ticket Booking & Enquiry
Online purchase https://www.kyotoconcerthall.org/en
By phone: Tel: 075-711-3231
Concert Hall Ticket Counter: 10:00-17:00; Closed 1st & 3rd Mon.
*Closed the next day when Mon. is a national holiday
*No children younger than elementary school age are accepted.
*Content of the performance is subject to change.
*Refund is accepted only when the concert is canceled; no refund for change of performance.
*Cancelation and seat change after ticket purchase is not accepted.
*No same-day tickets will be available if all of the advance tickets are sold out.


Kyoto Concert Hall
Access

A 5-min. walk from Exit #1 or #3 from Subway Kitayama Sta.


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