Concerts featuring performers at the global forefront of their disciplines,
collaborations with traditional performing arts,
and large-scale participation-style concerts.
The Hokuriku region will be brimming with music during Golden Week!
Symphony No.31 "Paris" in D Major, K.297,
Symphony No.35 "Haffner" in D Major, K.385,
Symphony No.36 "Linz" in C Major, K.425,
Symphony No. 38 in D Major, K.504 (Prague),
Symphony No.39 in E♭ Major, K.543,
Symphony No.40 in G Minor, K.550,
Symphony No.41 "Jupiter" in C Major, K.551.
Enjoy Mozart’s latter period masterpieces performed by a first-class orchestra.
Flute Concerto, Piano Concerto, Clarinet Concerto, Violin Concerto, Flute and Harp Concerto etc. A number of famous songs.
The Marriage of Figaro, Don Giovanni, The Magic Flute etc.
Violin Sonata, String Quartet, Piano Quartet etc.
All compositions will be tackled again this year! Focused on Mozart’s rich variety of musical themes, provided with characteristic style!
A dancing performance of Mozart’s last opera “La clemenza di Tito”.
A performance featuring a koto, flute and cello unit!
Dancer Min Tanaka will finally appear in the music festival.
A story prepared and delivered by Masahiko Nishimura!
・Wind instrument fair
・Citizen orchestra fair
・Concerts that children also can enjoy
・Including a hands-on musical instrument corner, and more
Last time, Beethoven’s Symphony No.9 was hugely popular. Now, a chance to savor that deep emotion on stage! Auditionless applications for choir members! Let’s create an exciting and moving performance involving a 200-member choir and a first-class soloist!
Let’s sing Mozart’s final masterpiece! Choir members will be recruited broadly from around the Hokuriku region, with the only the best selected to decorate the music festival finale.
A gathering of citizen orchestras from around the Hokuriku region!
Wind instrument associations from around Hokuriku will unite!
A massing of choirs from within and outside of Ishikawa Prefecture, including a joint choir.
Piano concerts will be held featuring successful auditionees.
Joint concerts performed by Hokuriku region junior orchestras.