On October 6, Kyoto Computer Gakuin President Yasuko Hasegawa received the "Special Award for International Cooperation" from the Japan ITU Association, which is responsible for the activities of the International Telecommunication Union (ITU), a specialized agency of the United Nations, in Japan.
To commemorate this award, we will hold a concert featuring internationally renowned pianist Paul Gulda, son of the late Friedrich Gulda, one of the most famous pianists of the 20th century, as follows.
Feel free to come and invite your friends!
Commemorative concert for the "ITU Association of Japan Special Award for International Cooperation
- Date and Time
- Tuesday, November 21, 2006
- Doors open at 18:30, Concert begins at 19:00
- Kyoto Ekimae Satellite Main Hall, Kyoto Institute of Information Science (unreserved seats)
- musical performance
- Paul Gurda, piano
- Mozart: Piano Sonata in C major, K.309
- F.Gurda: from "Play Piano Play
*Preschool children are not allowed to enter.
Please use public transportation.
Please apply to the section below by Monday, November 20.
◎Applications and inquiries should be addressed to
Kyoto Computer Gakuin Music Concert Section
TEL : 075-762-2030 (Office hours: 9:00 - 17:00 weekdays)
fax : 075-761-0251
Email : email@example.com
*Please provide the name of the school, grade (or organization), name, number of visitors, and contact information.
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The KCG Group will begin new overseas computer education support activities in four countries this year: Bosnia and Herzegovina, Eritrea, Kyrgyzstan, and Uganda.These activities are supported by the warm understanding and support of the general public.Therefore, we would be grateful if you could make a donation to this fund when you attend the concert.(1,000 yen per unit) Thank you for your continued understanding and support of our activities.