In 1987, The Okura Tokyo marked its 25th anniversary by establishing a series of classical music concerts in its lobby, held on the 25th of every month—celebrating the hotel's patronage of the arts. On the hotel's 50th anniversary, a special program was arranged by Naoto Otomo, a supporter of the hotel's arts patronage activities.
Program director Naoto Otomo (Conductor)
Since his debut as a conductor for the NHK Symphony Orchestra at the age of 22 while at Toho Gakuen College Music Department, Naoto Otomo has been one of leading conductors who continues to lead the Japanese music scene. He successively served as conductor for the Japan Philharmonic Orchestra, the Osaka Philharmonic Orchestra, the Tokyo Symphony Orchestra, and the Kyoto Symphony Orchestra, and as music director of the Gunma Symphony Orchestra and the Ryukyu Symphony Orchestra, and the artistic director of the Takasaki City Theatre.
The Okura Tokyo Cultural Fund
The fund was established to support the arts and culture in a bid to further encourage mécénat activities. Private donations are welcome.
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