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Low Light Art Ensemble
Open17:30 /
Ticket on the day:3,850 yen 3,500 yen + tax (one drink included)
Aaron Choulai (electronics), Akihiro Yoshimoto (sax), Takuya Morikawa (vln), Asaka Igarashi (cello), Chiho Minami (bandoneon), Miyama McQueen-Tokita (koto), Takashi Sugawa (b), Manami Kakudo (per), Shun Ishiwaka (per)
Low Light Art Ensemble concert on September 4 is no longer accepting reservations, as we have reached our capacity.
On the day of the event, only customers who have already made a reservation will be admitted.
Thank you for your understanding.

Notice of Change in Business Hours

To September 12th, the opening hours of the venue and the starting time of performance will be changed as follows:

Doors open at 17:30
Performance begins at 18:00 - 19:50

Please note that alcoholic beverages, including those included in the set with one drink, cannot be served to September 12th. Thank you for your understanding.

We apologize for any inconvenience this may cause, and thank you so much for your understanding.

Low Light Art Ensemble is a Tokyo-based contemporary music ensemble that brings together musicians working at the forefront of their respective fields. By incorporating elements of improvisation, jazz, electronics, indie, and experimental music into the program, the performance represents the alternative culture of today's Tokyo and offers a more open atmosphere than traditional contemporary music. The first performance will be commissioned premieres of a new piece by Tokyo-based composer Aaron Choulai and a new piece by Austrian-based composer Alyssa Aska.
(Supported by: Arts Council Tokyo - Tokyo Metropolitan Foundation for History and Culture)

*Live streaming available. Archived streaming possible in the future but not definite.

(Note: This performance may not be available for the archived streaming for copyright reasons. If you don't want to miss the performance, please watch the live streaming.)
For more details and the start time for the streaming, please check the relevant content page of Pit In Net Jazz.

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