Ryuichi Yoshida The Third World of Jazz"PLays" 3Days
PLays Charlie Haden
Ticket on the day:4,400 yen 4,000 yen + tax (one drink included)
Advance ticket:3,850 yen 3,500 yen + tax (one drink included)
*Advance tickets will start selling at the Shinjuku Pit Inn at 11:00AM on
December 1,Thursday (we accept reservations).
Ryuichi Yoshida (bs), Hiroshi Yoshino (b), Takao Watanabe (tp), Mikio Ishida (p), Natsuki Kido (g), Akihisa Tsuboy (vln), Yasuhiro Yoshigaki (ds)
*Advance tickets (reservations accepted) will be available from 11:00 AM on December 1 (thu) by phone (03-3354-2024), at the reception desk of Pit Inn Shinjuku, or through the online ticket reservation form for each concert date on our website. A priority entrance number is given at the time of reservation.
*Admission to the 'Ryuichi Yoshida The Third World of Jazz"PLays" 3Days' concert will be in the order of ticket number, so if you have already made a reservation for a ticket, please be sure to purchase your reserved ticket at the Pit Inn reception desk.
*Numbers are assigned at the time of reservation.
*Tickets are available for purchase prior to the performance date.
Requests to Our Customers
Please be aware that the venue will be very crowded if you try to purchase your ticket reservations shortly before the opening time of 19:00. In order to avoid the congestion and ensure a smooth opening, we will start accepting reserved ticket purchases at the reception desk starting at 18:00. We apologize for the inconvenience, but we would like to ask for your cooperation in purchasing tickets early in the time difference. After purchase, you will be able to enter the venue in numerical order upon your return at 19:00 when the venue opens. Thank you for your cooperation.
2019, 'Plays Gato Barbieri'. 2020, 'Plays Carla Bley'. And with the addition of the new 'Plays Charlie Haden', we will do three days. I consider these three to be the 'next world of jazz' in the U.S. by their very existence. While respecting jazz as black music’, each of them also presented a different vision of what jazz could be. We are walking ahead of the ‘path' they opened, so to speak. We hope to show respect for their music by our current sound and present a new way of listening to it.
(Image illustration by Yuko Ganpuku)