Invitation for a free classical concert on September 16th hosted by NTT DATA
The application of “NTT DATA CONCERT OF CONCERTS 2018” has closed.
Thank you for many application.
It is our pleasure to continue to host this concert series in an open application style to convey our unending gratitude to our customers.
This is the 23rd concert and the concept this time is “what has been loved is loved as ever, even though the world has changed”. We present a splendid program to celebrate the 30th anniversary of NTT DATA that will take our guests to a beautiful music world.
Beatrice Venezi, a young female conductor who is internationally acclaimed and leading the next generation, will conduct the “Japan Virtuoso Symphony Orchestra” with two soloists. The orchestra consists of concertmasters and principal players, who are some of the finest musicians in Japan. They will infuse new life into melodies and share an unforgettable time with you.
Sunday, September 16th（JST）: Open at 13:15 Start at 14:00
In February 2017, appointed Chief Guest Conductor of the Puccini Festival in Torre del Lago. In 2016, appointed Assistant Conductor of the State Youth Orchestra of Armenia and Chief Conductor Orchestra Scarlatti Young.
Born in 1990, graduated Master Program in Conducting at Conservatory "Giuseppe Verdi", Milan in 2015. Venezi has conducted symphonic orchestras such as Sofia Philharmonic in March 2018, the Ukrainian Radio Symphony Orchestra in December 2017, the State Youth Orchestra of Armenia. She has usually conducted Italian orchestras positively such as the Nuova Orchestra Scarlatti, the Orchestra Filarmonica di Lucca.
As opera conductor, she has conducted Falstaff at Croatian National Theatre in March 2018, Carmen at the State National Opera House of Georgia in 2017, Manon Lescaut with Orchestra della Toscana at Teatro Goldoni, Livorno in February 2017, Turandot at Puccini Festival, and acted as assistant conductor for Candide at Fondazione Teatro del Maggio Musicale Fiorentino, Florence on 2015. She is expected to be active mainly in Europe as a female conductor of a new generation.