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Hear sound of famous bridges; Kanda River Vol.5 (city music teacher project sponsorship)

Date April 29, 2016 Friday (holiday)
①From 14:00 to 15:00
②From 15:30 to 16:30
③From 17:00 to 18:00
※All are rainy weather, stormy weather cancellation

In ship of the Kanda River
Meeting: Izumi Bridge disaster prevention anchorage (the 1-11, Kandasakumacho Izumi Bridge branch office back)


Each 30 flights (application order)

Entrance fee 4,000 yen
Application Cf. following homepage
Sponsorship City music teacher project
The cosponsorship Kanda Riverside project
Cooperation General Chiyoda City Tourism Association
Reference ・City music teacher project
MAIL: info@toshigakushi .com

・Hiroshi Washino design office
TEL: 050-3736-1404

Event contents

Sound play on the Kanda River, ship
Hijiribashi - railway bridge - Shohei Bridge - forever bridge - railway bridge - Izumi Bridge

It faces futuristic arch of Hijiribashi crossing artificial valley while listening to music that city plays over there of sound of the Italy Renaissance to play in 4 voices and looks up at development of city transportation network on railroad flying on bridge and thinks about "all generations Bridge Station" of bake bricks that there is not now. "Sound play on ship" to taste town triggered by sound.

・sesutetto vakare
[Kosuke Tsuji (baritone), Yumiko Mori (soprano), Koki Nakamura (tenor), Daisuke Abe (bus)]
・Keiko Torigoe (Aoyama Gakuin University's professor)
・Hiroshi Washino (the city music teacher project sponsorship)

Izumi Bridge disaster prevention anchorage MAP