New National Theatre Tokyo - Tokyo
17 October 2017

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Il barbiere di Siviglia

New National Theatre Tokyo


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An enchanting Barber visits Tokyo
3 Dec 16 / Bachtrack
La bohème

New National Theatre Tokyo


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Puccini’s world vividly comes to life in Japan: La bohème at the New National Theatre Tokyo
19 Nov 16 / Bachtrack
Werther

New National Theatre Tokyo


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A rather conventional Werther in Tokyo
13 Apr 16 / Bachtrack
Das Rheingold

New National Theatre Tokyo


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An uninspired Rheingold
14 Oct 15 / ConcertoNet (English)
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Performance schedule
Wagner
1 to 17 Oct 2017
Verdi
16 to 28 Nov 2017
Strauss, R
30 Nov to 9 Dec 2017
Strauss, J
18 to 28 Jan 2018
Hosokawa
16 to 18 Feb 2018
Offenbach
28 Feb to 10 Mar 2018
Donizetti
14 to 21 Mar 2018
Verdi
5 to 22 Apr 2018
Beethoven
20 May to 2 Jun 2018
Puccini
1 to 15 Jul 2018

News & Articles

NNTT kicks off its season with a grimy tale
It is painful to observe the process of social ostracism as it happens, and that could be because it strikes a chord with anyone who sees it.
4 Oct 2012 / The Japan Times
New National Theatre hopes 'Yuzuru' will help Japanese opera soar
The 1952 premiere of "Yuzuru" by Ikuma Dan — half imitation of Western operatic traditions and half Japanese creative innovation — marked a milestone in the development of opera in Japan.
21 Jan 2011 / The Japan Times
Israeli confronts past by mastering Wagner
Rising Israeli conductor Dan Ettinger will complete, in Tokyo in March, his first series of performances of the Ring, a cycle of four linked operas by 19th-century composer Richard Wagner.
17 Mar 2010 / The Japan Times
The first 'Japanese' opera?
Tojuro's 'Shuzenji Monogatari' adds kabuki to Western art form to create something new.
1 Jul 2009 / The Japan Times
Finding inspiration for 'Carmen'
After a lifetime conducting Carmen, Jacques Delacote consistently pushes himself to turn in a better performance than the last.
23 Nov 2007 / The Daily Yomiuri