A concert hall located within the Tokyo Opera City, a cultural arts complex that houses a range of facilities, including restaurant, an art gallery, offices and even a clinic. The concert hall, which opened in October 1997, is completely mantled in European oak – a wood well known for its superior acoustic qualities – and includes skylights to bring in natural light. The total seating capacity of the hall, which includes a ground floor and two balcony floors, is 1,632 seats.
|Venue name:||Tokyo Opera City Concert Hall|
Tokyo Opera City Tower 3F, 3-20-2 Nishi-Shinjuku, Shinjuku, Tokyo
|Transport:||Hatsudai Station (Keio Shinjuku Line)|
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Tokyo Opera City – Lunchtime Concerts
Head over to Tokyo Opera City's concert hall and enjoy their monthly lunchtime performance entirely free of charge. This 45-minute recital, which is part of the ‘Visual Organ Concert’ series, usually consists of four pieces. Expect stellar acoustics from...Classical and opera Friday April 26 2019 - Wednesday March 11 2020 Free