This music education program aimed at elementary school children, developed by New York's Carnegie Hall, was implemented in Japan for the first time at PMF 2013. Children, having learned the music on recorders in classes prior to the concert, will enjoy playing along with the PMF Orchestra, as well as the imagery and narration presented by the MC. It promises to be a truly eye-opening experience for the participating Sapporo City elementary school sixth graders.
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July 23 (Tue), 2019
13:45 (doors open at 13:15)
Over 700 sixth graders from 9 Sapporo City elementary schools
Teine Tetsuhoku Elementary
Daniel Matsukawa, conductor
Kanae Kushima, MC / soprano
Ayaka Anazawa, soprano
Atsushi Okamoto, baritone
◆Thomas Cabaniss: Come to Play
◆Brahms (arr. Schmeling): Hungarian Dance No. 5
◆J Strauss II: The Blue Danube, Op. 314
◆Bizet: 'Toreador' from "Carmen"
◆Teiichi Okano: Furusato ("Home Country")
◆Filho: Cidade Maravilhosa
- Duration: c. 1 hour & 15 minutes (without intermission) -
Free seating in designated blocks
*Elementary school students perform alongside the PMF Orchestra, presenting music learned in classes in advance. Please note that this concert has an entirely different format from usual PMF performances.
*Admission will be closed when full capacity is reached.
*All ages are welcome, including small children.
Pacific Music Festival Organizing Committee