In celebration of "Japanese and Australian tradition", experience the thunder of the drummers, the spirit of the First Nations, song of the Koto and the beauty of the kimono, in this most extraordinary concert.
Renowned artists fuse traditional arts with the energy of today.
One night only
Our venue ( Sydney Conservatorium of Music ) is committed to looking after the health and safety of our staff, students and visitors. In order to permit audience members into the building a range of enhanced measures and protocols have been implemented and must be followed.
Our concert venues are now at 100% capacity as per NSW Health Guidelines. As restrictions have eased and our concert venues can become very busy, please carefully consider attending our events if you have any misgivings.
All patrons must check in using the Service NSW mobile app. Please ensure you have downloaded the Service NSW app before arriving to avoid delays. To download click here. If you do not have a smart device, please see one of our staff for assistance.
Within the venue, to comply with social distancing, guests must sit in their allocated seats
Whilst in the venue guests must follow all directions given by Front of House staff.
A strict lock-out policy between pieces will be enforced, and in some cases guests who arrive late may not be permitted at all. Please make sure to arrive at the building at least 10 minutes before the presentation is due to commence.
As limited tickets are available, if you can no longer attend please email firstname.lastname@example.org
Do not attend if you are feeling unwell.
Though no longer mandatory, we strongly encourage and support the wearing of masks when in our performance venues.
*If the concert can not take place due to the Covid, tickets will remain valid for the new date. If you’re no able to attend on the new date, we will refund the ticket fee. Ticket agency's fee is non-refundable.