Experience a classical music concert on VR Tokyo Metropolitan Theater January 10, 21:50
Using VR = Virtual Reality, an event will be held in Tokyo from November 11 to experience classical music concerts from the perspective of prestigious orchestra players.
This event was planned to coincide with a concert by the Philharmonia Orchestra in the UK to have the Tokyo Metropolitan Theater in Ikebukuro, Tokyo, become more familiar with classical music.
By wearing goggle-type equipment that displays VR images, you can experience the concert opened in London from the perspective of the performers on stage.
The performance will be part of Mahler's "Symphony No. 3", the final movement, where you can enjoy a deep performance recorded with nearly 150 microphones while watching the expressions of conductors and customers. I can do it.
"It's a great opportunity to experience playing as if you're in the middle of an orchestra, so please come and visit us," said Dan Manslow, director of the Digital Division at the Philharmonia Orchestra.
The event will be held at the Tokyo Metropolitan Theater from 11th to 29th of this month.