Cool Takasaki Presents: Classical Music Concert
The next event in the Cool Takasaki series is a classical music concert. Join us for a delightful morning spent listening to piano and violin performances, with a chance to ask questions to the performers after the show! English interpretation will be available during the Q&A portion of the event, but it is also a great chance to practice your Japanese.
What is Cool Takasaki?
Cool Takasaki is a series of TIRS events that highlight the many talented people living and working in Takasaki. Some events are designed so that foreign residents may experience traditional Japanese culture, while others are created for Japanese locals to experience the wealth of foreign culture that can be found right here in Takasaki.
Participants of any Cool Takasaki event agree to take photos and videos that they will later share on their various social media platforms, using hashtags such as #cooltakasaki. This is a great way to show the entire world what fun and exciting new cultural experiences await them in our beloved city!
(For the same information in easy to understand Japanese, please see the event flyer found here or contact TIRS directly.)
Date: Saturday, January 13th 2024
Time: 10:00 a.m. to noon
Place: Chuo Kominkan (click for the Google Maps pin), inside the room called Shicho-kaku Shukai Shitsu
Participants: Any foreign residents who live or work in Takasaki, as well as their friends and family*. TIRS members are also eligible to attend. You must be able to take pictures and post about them on social media after the concert in order to join this event.
*Children who are able to sit quietly during the performance are also welcome. If your child becomes restless during the show, we kindly ask you to take them out of the room so as not to distract the performers.
How to sign up: Be one of the first 50 people to email TIRS at firstname.lastname@example.org and tell us the following information: your name, country & language, address, phone number, and email address. If you will be coming with your family, please give us their names as well.
Inquiries: Please contact TIRS either via email or by phone at 027-321-1201 (English or Japanese is OK)