The official website for the Kemono Friends franchise today revealed an anime-version limited key visual for "Mori no Ongakukai (The Concert in the Woods)," the upcoming symphonic concert featuring the anime music to be held twice (14:00, 18:30) at Tokyo Opera City Concert Hall on July 30, 2017. Hit the jump for more details about the special event.
In addition to the upcoming stage play and concert by the voice cast members, Kemono Friends plans to offer one more live attraction for the fans. The franchise's official website has announced that a symphonic concert featuring the anime music, titled "Mori no Ongakukai" (The Concert in the Woods), will be held at Tokyo Opera City Concert Hall on July 30, 2017. Hit the jump for more details.
The official portal site for the Macross franchise announced on May 26 that the first orchestra concert featuring the music from its first TV series The Super Dimension Fortress Macross (1982-1983) and its feature film edition Macross: Do You Remember Love? (1984) will be held at Tokyo International Forum Hall A on September 17, 2017. Hit the jump for more details.
Kles, a special non-profit organization based in Kyushu, has announced that its first full orchestra concert dedicated to anime, game, and tokusatsu music and songs, titled "Anison Classic Kitakyushu 2016 vol.1," is scheduled to be held at Kitakyushu Performing Arts Center in Fukuoka on November 1. Hit the jump for more details.
Two-member unit ALI Project will release their eighth DVD "Gekkou Soiree VIII ~Violetta Operetta~" from Tokuma Japan on May 20. The record company has posted a three-minute digest video of the live featuring a 41-member orchestra. Check the clip after the jump.
More and more Japanese public offices need a help of vocaloid characters. Shizuoka Prefectural Office's culture policy division has published a 32-page guidebook about orchestra music for young people and children featuring Hatsune Miku and other popular characters. Check the sample pages after the jump!
To promote the upcoming release of the "Isao Tomita Symphony Ihatov” Blu-ray in Japan, Nippon Columbia has posted a 3 minutes 30 seconds digest video on its official YouTube channel. The video features the singer Hatsune Miku's clear images and a special anime footage created by KAGAYA for the disc. Check the clip after the jump.
As previously reported, the most famous vocaloid character Hatsune Miku has performed with 300 members of the Japan Philharmonic Orchestra for Isao Tomita's “Symphony Ihatov” concerts since last year. Japanese record company Nippon Columbia posted a short video from the latest concert in Hanamaki-city, Iwate Prefecture. Check the clip after the jump.
As reported, the most famous vocaloid character Hatsune Miku performed with 300 members of the Japan Philharmonic Orchestra and chorus groups at Tokyo Opera City Concert Hall on November 23rd, 2012. Nippon Columbia has posted a 3 minutes 42 seconds digest video of the "Symphony Ihatov" concert. Check the amazing video after the jump!
Isao Tomita has been known as one of the pioneers of electronic music in Japan and composer of the music for Osamu Tezuka's television anime series Jungle Emperor, Princess Knight and Dororo in 1960s. The 80-year-old composer has chosen Hatsune Miku as the main singer for his up-coming orchestra concert "Ihatov Symphony" in November. Check the details after the jump.