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The WEATHER on SUNDAY (17 Mar 2002): Partly cloudy and slightly hazy. Showers with thunder in the afternoon mainly over western, northern and central Singapore.   WEATHER OUTLOOK:  MONDAY & TUESDAY: Afternoon showers are expected.   WATER TIDES (this month)  High tide 12.56am  2.7m   1.05pm   2.8m    SUN Sunrise  7.10am    Sunset 7.17pm   MOON  Moonrise  9.19am  Moonset   9.41pm    PSI: 53 (moderate)   TEMPERATURE: 25-33 degrees Celsius (The weather is updated daily before 8am Singapore time) For more information, call Meteorological Service Singapore Tel: (65) 542 7788.

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  Tokyo Kosei Wind Orchestra (TOKWO), reputed as the world’s most accomplished wind orchestra, and its internationally renowned conductor, Maestro Frederick Fennell, will be making their first appearance in Singapore on 15 & 16 April 2002 at 7.30pm with two concerts at University Cultural Centre.

  The performances are presented by the World Association for Symphonic Bands and Ensembles (Singapore) in collaboration with the Centre for the Arts, NUS.

  The repertoire will differ for each night. The first night will feature a trumpet concerto by Alexander Arutiunian, to be played by Yeh Shu Han, former assistant trumpet player of Singapore Symphony Orchestra and principal trumpet player of Taiwan National Philharmonic Orchestra.

  The second night will showcase a. saxophone concerto by Alexandor Glazunor, to be played by the world famous saxophonist, Nobuya Sugawa, who is also concert master of TOKWO.

  Other programme highlights include Chinese Spring Overture by Lee Huan-Chi (transcribed from Chinese orchestra music) and Kaze no Kataral, a Japanese traditional folk song, featuring clarinet and harp duets. The orchestra will also play specially for the local audience, Singapura Medley Part II.

  TOKWO was established in 1960 under the aegis of the Japan-based Buddhist organization Rissho Kosei-kai. Originally known as the Tokyo Kosei Symphonic Band, it was renamed in 1973 to reflect its growing professionalism and scale of activities.

  Frederick Fennell, Conductor Laureate of the Tokyo Kosei Wind Orchestra, was the orchestra’s principal conductor from 1984 to 1996. He is the founder of the renowned Eastman Wind Ensemble. In 1991 he and TOKWO received the first Bandmasters Academic Society of Japan Award for outstanding performance. He was honoured with the prestigious Theodore Thomas Award of the Conductor’s Guild in 1994.

  Tickets at S$51, S$81 & S$121 (inclusive of S$1 SISTIC fee) are available at all SISTIC outlets. Call (65) 6348 5555 or click HERE!

Important Notice

  We would like to inform you that Maestro Frederick Fennell is unable to come to Singapore for the Tokyo Kosei Wind Orchestra (TOKWO) concerts on 15 & 16 April 2002 due to health reasons. Replacing him will be Yasuhide Ito.

  ITO Yasuhide was born in Hamamatsu-shi, Shizuoka in 1960. He went through Shizuoka Prefectural Hamamatsu-kita Senior High School and Tokyo National University of Fine Arts and Music, Composing Study Course, and completed the Graduate School of Tokyo National University of Fine Arts and Music. He won the AYAKE Prize. He studied composition under NODA Teruyuki.

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