100周年記念行事準備委員会

The Japanese Association, founded in 1915 (Taisho era Year 4), will be looking forward to our 100th anniversary this year. We have a series of spectacular events specially lined up for our members to celebrate with us in this joyous occasion. As part of the first installment in our event series, we have invited pianist Shimizu Kazune to conduct a recital. All members are invited.

Full House

To members who have applied for tickets
Due to great response, we are proud to announce that we have reached maximum capacity for this event. We thank everyone for their support of this event.
For those who have successfully submitted their applications, please collect your ticket from JAS Front Office (1F) from 1 May (Fri) to 16 May (Sat).
Due to expected crowds during registration on the day of the concert, please prepare your membership card and ticket beforehand so as to expedite your entry into the concert hall.

~ Program ~
Beethoven "Moonlight Sonata" 
Beethoven "Appassionata"
Mussorgsky "Pictures at an Exhibition" 

  Date & Time 17 May (Sun) 19:00 (Doors open at 18:30)
  Venue SOTA Concert Hall (School of the Arts Singapore)
1 Zubir Said Drive, Singapore 227968
(Within walking distance from Dhoby Ghaut MRT, close
to Cathay Building)
<Map click here>
  Target Audiebce Members aged 6 and above.
Young children unaccompanied by an adult are not allowed entry.
  Dress code Semi-formal
  Admission FREE (Pre-registration is required)
Please present your membership card upon entry.
  First-come, First-served basis First 450 members
  Enquiry 6591 7629 JAS General Office Ms Yamauchi
  *Members arriving by car may utilize the carpark nearby.
 
[Shimizu Kazune’s profile]
Kazune Shimizu studied at Toho Gakuen School of Music and won the first prize in the acclaimed international classical music competition, Concours International Marguerite-
Long-Jacques-Thibaud held in Paris at age of 20. Starting with the sensational debut, he has performed as a soloist with many of the world's leading orchestras including the
London Symphony Orchestra, Prague Chamber Orchestra, and other prestigious orchestras to work with the likes of famed conductor Ashkenazi. Frequently lauded for his perfect technique and global musical perception, Shimizu continues his achievements as one of Japan’s top pianists.