Sapporo Symphony Orchestra



【当日券】6/8 名曲コンサート 当日券販売とプレトーク
2024.6. 5 / Masterpiece series

【Ticket and Lobby Concert Information 】June 8 Masterpiece Concert

Saturday, June 8 from 2pm (Preconcert Talk from 1:35pm, door opens at 1:30pm) Masterpiece Concert 2024-2025 HIROKAMI`s The Three Bs welcomes Ms. Michie Koyama, piano and presentsJ. S. BACH/Suite No.3, BEETHOVEN/Symphony No. 1, BRAHMS/Piano Concerto No. 1 【Ticket Information】 ■On the day of the concert(at Sapporo Concert Hall Kitara Box Office) from 1pm on Saturday, June 8  SS 5,000 yen, S 4,000 yen, A 3,000 yen, U25(A) 1,200 yen total of 80 tickets 「A set of Four Tickets」 are also on sale at the Ticket Box. (SS 16,000 yen, S 12,800 yen, A 9,600 yen, U25(A) 4,000 yen) ※U25 is for those who were born on 1999 or after. Needs to show the birth certificate.。 ※Reservation is not acceptable for the tickets sale on the concert day. ※Sapporo Symphony Orchestra accepts cash, credit cards and e-money (digital cash) payments.<credit cards and digital e-money cards that can be used> ※≪Lawson Tickets≫You can purchase at Lawson Tickets until start of the concert (single tickets only) ≪Tickets on sale before the day of the concert≫ • Kitara Ticket Center, Doshin Playguide, Citizen Community Plaza Ticket Center and Ticket PIA handle tickets until Thursday, June 6. (Seicomart is closed) • Some seat blocks might be sold out as each ticket office handles different ticket blocks.   【Preconcert Talk】 From 1:45pm, there will be a pretalk with the conductor and soloist. (MC: Kozo Yagi)  。 【CD and Stationeries】 Sakkyo CD and stationeries, hand towels and many more will be on sale (only cash is accepted). Soloist’s CD will also be on sale at the foyer (by Coach & Four) ※We may request to retire from the hall if you refuse to follow staff instructions. Sapporo Symphony Orchestra and the theater will not take any responsibility against accidents or any other unforeseen actions taken by the guests not following staff instructions. ≪Precautions≫


Originally founded as the Sapporo Citizen Symphony on July 1, 1961, it was renamed the Sapporo Symphony Orchestra in 1962. The orchestra is affectionately known as "Sakkyo" and the Sapporo Concert Hall Kitara, acclaimed for its splendid acoustics, has been the base and center of the orchestra's activities since 1997.