<1st Stage> Choir TOMO (Japan Choral Harmony)

Japanese mixed choir with 40 members living in New York area.
"O Magnum Mysterium" T. L. Victoria
"A Road Following the Rainbow"

With Students of Ikuei-Gakuen
"Torero Camomillo"
"Hana wa Saku (Flowers will bloom)"

<2nd Stage> Gregory Singer & Manhattan Symphonie Orchestra,
with Choir TOMO

Manhattan Symphonie, founded by Maestro Singer in 2005 will perform "Finlandia" and its original piece with chorus composed by Gregory Singer and arranged by Mike Shirota.
"Memorial Processional ~ For Innocent Victims by 3.11 Tsunami"
by Gregory Singer / Mike Shirota
Sopranoļ¼š Maiko Souda,
"Finlandia" by Jean Sibelius

< Intermission >

<3rd Stage> Harmony Celebration Chorus

An Acclaimed Barbershop-style Female Chorus
"Fit as a Fiddle"
"Crazy Little Thing"
"Are You Lonesome Tonight"
"Close To You"
"He Was There"
"Lazy Day"
"Danny Boy"
"Strikes Up the Band"

<4th Stage> Fukushima Mother's Chorus Association

"Hana-no Machi (A Town with Flowers)"
"Chiisai-Aki Mituketa (Somebody Found A Little Autumn"

~ Greetings by Fukushima's 3 Young Ambassadors ~
"Hamabe-no Uta (Singing Along the Shore)" medley
"Sato-no Aki (Autumn in Hometown)"

~ Special Talk ~
Special guest, Madoka Mayuzumi, a leading haiku poet, will introduce a few haikus read by Fukushima people immediately after the 3.11 disaster. Also, she will explain the background of the lyrics of "Soshite, Haru", the song she wrote for Fukushima.

"Soshite, Haru ~from Fukushima to the World~"
"Aizu Bandaisan (Folk song of Fukushima)"

MC: Kaoriko Kuge, FCI anchor