The Lobby Concert 25 started as part of Mécénat activities in commemoration of the 25th anniversary of Hotel Okura Tokyo in 1987. We provide our lobby space for free concerts on the 25th of every month to support musicians’ activities. The Lobby Concert has been supervised by Mr. Naoto Otomo since the hotel’s 50th anniversary in 2012 to make up programs. “The Okura Tokyo Cultural Fund” was established to support the arts and culture to encourage mécénat activities. Donation collected at the lobby concert venue will be donated to organizations that conduct activities specializing in “music”.
Notice on Preventive Measures against COVID-19
We will hold The Lobby Concert 25 with a limited number of audience based on the following preventive measures against COVID-19.
- We temporarily provide an entrance and exit for the venue from 15:45.
- Please wear a face mask during the concert, disinfect your hands with alcohol-based sanitizers
and let us check your body temperature when you enter the venue.
* If a visitor doesn’t wear a face mask and his/her temperature exceeds 37.5℃, we will ask him/her not to enter the venue.
- We might limit the number of visitors depending on the situation.
- Please keep a distance from each other during the concert.
We appreciate your kind understanding and cooperation.
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.
Friday, February 25, 2022
17:30 - 18:00
Kyoko Tagawa (Piano)
Kyoko Tagawa graduated from Faculty of Music and Graduate School of Music of Kyoto City University of Arts. She studied piano under Peter Rösel at the Dresden College of Music. She won the Barocksaal Prize at the 12th Aoyama Music Awards. She held “Beethoven Piano Sonata Complete Concert ～35 Sonatas～” in Osaka and Kyoto from 2009 to 2011. This concert was featured in various newspapers including the Nikkei and gained popularity. She performs solo recitals in Tokyo and other parts of Japan every year. Also in the field of chamber music, she co-stars with many domestic and foreign performers including the principal player of NHK Symphony Orchestra. She is a part-time lecturer at Osaka University of Arts.
The Okura Prestige Tower Main Lobby (5F)
* Please note that the number of the chairs in the lobby is limited.
* Please note that the schedule will be subject to change. We appreciate your kind understanding.
* The venue may be changed due to the spread of COVID-19.
We established the The Okura Tokyo Cultural Fund to support the art and culture, and accept donations from everyone.
General Manager’s Office
9:00 - 17:00 (only on weekdays)