An unprecedented joint project of public and orchestra creating music culture
Japan Philharmonic Orchestra Kyushu Concerts were started with the scale of six performances in 1975, and it celebrated its 40th anniversary in 2015. It is being continued without interruption over 40 years and now Kyushu concerts are proudly known as a cultural heritage of Japan. The biggest reason behind this success is that these performances are managed by executive committees of local volunteers members since 1975.
Orchestra music can encourage, heal, and give people power to live and develops children's creativity and give them the courage to stand up to things. As the audience and creators, Japan Philharmonic Orchestra work together hand in hand with regions and communities to continue developing culture that is truly rooted in regions.