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    Japanese Garden CONCERT

  • Dates:
    October 22, 2021
  • Time:
    5:00 PM to 6:00 PM
  • Admission:
  • Location:
    The Rectory on Princess Street
  • Address:
    711 Princess St, Alexandria, VA 22314
  • Phone:
    703-683-6040 x203

Japanese Garden Concert: Support Classical Movements Concerts and Artists

Musicians of the National Symphony Orchestra & Cultural Demonstrations of Ikebana, Calligraphy, Origami, Koto, and More

Don your silks and pearls for a benefit concert in support of concerts and artists in the transformed Secret Garden. In honor of the second anniversary of the enthronement of the Japanese Emperor Naruhito - an avid viola player - join us for a Benefit Concert inspired by the art and culture of Japan, in support of concerts and artists in the Secret Garden. Join us to enjoy a cup of sake and unforgettable musical selections performed by National Symphony violists Tsuna Sakamoto and Mahoko Eguchi and violinist Marina Aikawa, and acclaimed pianist Ryo Yanagitani.

A significant portion of your ticket cost will be tax-deductible through Musical Movements for Change, a 501(c)(3) organization.