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Disney on Classic 2014

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The 14th  “Disney on CLASSIC” show is scheduled for the 2014 holiday season, celebrating “Life, Love and Light.” The concert will feature music from popular Disney motion pictures such as “The Lion King,” a touching story about life, love, friendship and family, as well as “Frozen,” which won Best Original Song for the hit “Let It Go” and Best Animated Feature Film at this year’s Academy Awards. Additionally, you can also enjoy music from the Tokyo Disney Resort and acoustic ballads  based on this year’s theme.

Performances will be courtesy of well-known Broadway vocalists with a full orchestra. Audiences are sure to enjoy this concert.

Artists


Brad Kelley (conductor)

Brad Kelley has contributed to the Disney on Classic series since its first performance, “Concert at Magical Night,” in 2002, helping to make the concerts successful every year. His direction and arrangement skills are excellent, and he always manages to capture the hearts of Japanese audiences. He has joined a number of Disney projects including “Mystic Rhythms” and “Donald’s Boat Builder,” as well as “Encore!” at Tokyo DisneySea. He has visited Japan many times and loves Japanese culture and food.

Tokyo Philharmonic Orchestra

Formed in 1911, the earliest orchestra in Japan has a proud legacy and history.

Tokyo Philharmonic ‘Neverland Orchestra’

Founded by the Tokyo Philharmonic Orchestra and Brad Kelley, it has performed in many Disney on Classic shows.

(c)Disney/Disney Pixer

Date: Friday-Saturday, Dec. 5-6, 2014
Time: Dec. 5: Doors open 18:00, show starts 19:00 / Dec. 6: Doors open 12:30, show starts 13:30
Place: Okinawa Convention Center (theater)
Admission: 8,700 yen for S-class seats (1F, 2F); 7,600 yen for A-class seats (3F)
*The event will have reserved seating.
*Children under the age of 6 are not permitted.

Organized by: Ryukyu Broadcasting Corporation

 


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