Gunma Music Center
The Gunma Music Center, which has been a shining cultural symbol of Takasaki City since its completion in 1961, was designed by Antonin Raymond, a master architect who greatly influenced modern architecture in Japan. The 1,932-seat hall is used not only as a concert hall, but also as a venue for performances of traditional Japanese arts such as Kabuki and Noh, as well as operas and ballets by theater companies from around the world. The 1932-seat hall is used not only as a concert hall, but also for performances of traditional Japanese arts such as Kabuki and Noh, as well as opera and ballet by theater companies from around the world.
|Address||28-2 Takamatsucho, Takasaki-shi, Gunma-ken|
|Genre*1||This hall is suitable for brass bands, Japanese drums, lectures, etc.|
|Acces*2||10 minutes walk from Takasaki(JU68) station west exit|
|The program, performance time and fee may vary depending on each event, so please check the website or contact the facility directly.*1 Blank fields vary by event. *2 The times shown are approximate.|