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Past Performances

2011 - 2021

* 2021/5 No performance at 41st annual meeting of the Japanese Congress of Neurological Surgeons due to COVID-19 pandemic


* 2020/10 No performance at 79th annual meeting of the Japan Neurosurgical Society due to COVID-19 pandemic


* 2020/8 No performance at 40th annual meeting of the Japanese Congress of Neurological Surgeons due to COVID-19 pandemic


2019/10/9 Opening ceremony, 78th annual meeting of the Japan Neurosurgical Society in Osaka, hosted by Kyoto University

Conductor: Hiroyuki Fujimoto

Dvořák / 1st and 4th movements from Symphony No. 8


2019/5/18 Reception, 39th annual meeting of the Japanese Congress of Neurological Surgeons in Yokohama, hosted by Yamagata University

Conductor: Hiroyuki Fujimoto

Mendelssohn / 1st movement from Symphony No. 2 “Hymn of Praise” (as welcome music)

J.Strauss / “Fledermaus (The bat)” overture

2018/10/13 30th anniversary charity concert

Conductor: Hiroyuki Fujimoto

Schubert / Symphony No. 7 “Unfinished”

Hayakawa / Takarazuka fantasy (collaboration with prior members from Takarazuka Revue)

J. Strauss / Radetzky March (encore)


2018/10/10 Opening ceremony, 77th annual meeting of the Japan Neurosurgical Society in Sendai, hosted by Tohoku University

Conductor: Hiroyuki Fujimoto

Schubert / 1st movement from Symphony No. 7 “Unfinished” (as welcome music)

Dvořák / 4th movements from Symphony No. 9 “From the new world”


2018/5/18 Presidential banquet, 38th annual meeting of the Japanese Congress of Neurological Surgeons in Yokohama, hosted by National Cerebral and Cardiovascular Center

Conductor: Hiroyuki Fujimoto

Schubert / 2nd movement from Symphony No. 7 “Unfinished” (as welcome music)

Schubert / “Rosamunde” overture


2017/10/12 Opening ceremony, 76th annual meeting of the Japan Neurosurgical Society in Nagoya, hosted by Nagoya University

Conductor: Hiroyuki Fujimoto

Dvořák / 1st and 4th movements from Symphony No. 8


2017/5/12 Presidential banquet, 37th annual meeting of the Japanese Congress of Neurological Surgeons in Yokohama, hosted by National Cancer Center

Conductor: Hiroyuki Fujimoto

Tchaikovsky / Polonaise from “Eugene Onegin”

Mozart / Symphony No. 26

2017/5/4 Networking Event, 5th Quadrennial Meeting of the World Federation of Neuro-Oncology in Zurich, Switzerland

Conductor: Hiroyuki Fujimoto

Mozart / Symphony No. 26

2016/9/30 Reception, 75th annual meeting of the Japan Neurosurgical Society in Fukuoka, hosted by Yamaguchi University

Conductor: Hiroyuki Fujimoto

Dvořák / Slavonic dances, No. 4 and 8 (as welcome music)

Nicolai / Overture from “The merry wives of Windsor”


2016/5/20 Preseidential banquet, 36th annual meeting of the Japanese Congress of Neurological Surgeons in Osaka, hosted by Hyogo college of Medicine

Conductor: Hiroyuki Fujimoto

J. Strauss II / Voices of spring (as welcome music)

Schumann / 1st movement from Symphony No. 1 “Spring”

2015/10/14 Opening ceremony, 74th annual meeting of the Japan Neurosurgical Society in Sapporo, hosted by Hokkaido University

Conductor: Hiroyuki Fujimoto

Schubert / 2nd movement from Symphony No. 7 “Unfinished” (as welcome music)

Beethoven / “Fidelio” overture

2015/5/8 Presidential banquet, 35th annual meeting of the Japanese Congress of Neurological Surgeons in Yokohama, hosted by Sapporo Medical University

Conductor: Hiroyuki Fujimoto

J. Strauss II / Emperor waltz (as welcome music)

Weber / “The freeshooter” overture

2014/10/11 Charity concert supporting researches on pediatric brain tumors in Tokyo

Conductor: Masaaki Hayakawa

Hayakawa / Summer, Autumn, and Winter from

“Four seasons in Japan in Baroque style”

Hayakawa / Takarazuka fantasy (collaboration with prior members from Takarazuka Revue)

2014/10/9 Opening ceremony, 73rd annual meeting of the Japan Neurosurgical Society in Tokyo, hosted by Juntendo University

Conductor: Masaaki Hayakawa

Hayakawa / Summer, Autumn, and Winter from “Four seasons in Japan in Baroque style” (as welcome music)

Brahms / 4th movement from Symphony No. 2

2014/5/16 Presidential banquet, 34th annual meeting of the Japanese Congress of Neurological Surgeons in Osaka, hosted by Kyushu University

Conductor: Hiroyuki Fujimoto

Dvořák / 1st movement from Symphony No. 9 “From the new world”

2013/10/16 Opening ceremony, 72nd annual meeting of the Japan Neurosurgical Society in Yokohama, hosted by Nihon University

Conductor: Masaaki Hayakawa

Rossini / “Semiramide” overture (as welcome music)

Dvořák / 3rd movement from cello concerto

2013/5/10 Presidential banquet, 33rd annual meeting of the Japanese Congress of Neurological Surgeons in Osaka, hosted by Fujita Health University

Conductor: Masaaki Hayakawa

Weber / “Oberon” overture (as welcome music)

Schumann / 5th movement from Symphony No. 3

2012/10/17 Opening ceremony, 71st annual meeting of the Japan Neurosurgical Society in Osaka, hosted by Osaka University

Conductor: Masaaki Hayakawa

Verdi / Triumphant march from “Aida” (as welcome music)

Tchaikovsky / 4th movement from Symphony No. 5

2012/6/13-16 7th Joint meeting of the German-Japanese Neurosurgical Society and 63rd annual meeting of the German Society of Neurosurgery in Leipzig, Germany

Conductor: Masaaki Hayakawa

Mozart / Symphony No. 26 (at Opening ceremony)

Hayakawa / Spring and Summer from “Four seasons in Japan in Baroque style” (at Special lecture)

Mozart / 1st movement from Flute quartet (at Reception)


2012/5/13 Opening ceremony, 32nd annual meeting of the Japanese Congress of Neurological Surgeons in Yokohama, hosted by Tokyo University

Conductor: Masaaki Hayakawa

Mozart / Symphony No. 26 (as welcome music)

Beethoven / 4th movement from Symphony No. 5

2011/10/12 Opening ceremony, 70th annual meeting of the Japan Neurosurgical Society in Yokohama, hosted by Yamagata University

Conductor: Masaaki Hayakawa

Dvořák / 1st movement from Symphony No. 8 (as welcome music)

Dvořák / 4th movement from Symphony No. 8

* 2011/5 No performance at 31st annual meeting of the Japanese

Congress of Neurological Surgeons due to Great East Japan Earthquake

2011/2/5 Retiring party of Prof. Matsutani

No conductor

Beethoven / 5th movement from Symphony No. 6 “Pastoral”

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