Coinciding with the second anniversary of the Great East Japan Earthquake, Tokyo Opera City will be filled with the powerful voices of Japanese choir group Ritsuyukai, featuring new Japanese choral works.

Comprising 15 amateur choirs under the direction of Japanese conductor Fumiaki Kuriyama, Ritsuyukai has often collaborated with professional orchestras. Its series of monme concerts, named after a Japanese traditional children’s song, have introduced works by contemporary Japanese composers.

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