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The Green Chorus Lunchtime Recital at St Dunstan-in-the-West: Memorial Concert for the fourth anniversary of the Great East Japan Earthquake

11 March 2015, London

The Green Chorus is a Japanese women’s choir formed nearly 40 years ago in Golders Green, London. Hence comes the name the Green Chorus.


Since the Great East Japan Earthquake and Tsunami  in 2011, the Green Chorus  has been taking part in numerous charity events and memorial concerts.

This year, on the very day, March 11th,  the choir is presenting again,  Hana-wa-saku (Flowers will bloom) to show their sincere support for those people who are trying to reconstruct their lives in Tohoku Region.  The Green Chorus also sings several well-loved songs depicting the country’s scenes from season to season and some regional children’s songs arranged by a composer who are associated with the East Japan.


Programme also includes:
British melodies such as Home Sweet Home and Danny Boy.
There will be two pieces from Songs from The Princess by Gustuv Holst.


Conductor : Mikiko Ridd
Piano :  Noriko Sekiya


Admission Free

11 March 2015 1.15pm - 2.15pm

St Dunstan-in-the-West, 186A Fleet Street, London EC4A 2HR

Green Chorus ( Nippon Club)