Ocean Melodies: An Afternoon Concert with the Cello and Reed Organ



Ocean Melodies: An Afternoon Concert with the Cello and Reed Organ

Experience an afternoon of music inspired by the sea, brought to you by two MIyagi-based musicians.

Yasue Matsuo on the reed organ and Miyuki Myochin on the cello offer an afternoon of music surrounding the theme of the ocean with well-known songs such as “Under the Sea” from the film “The Little Mermaid” and nostalgic English language songs known in Japan such as “Country Road”.

Staged at our open-space 9.7 meter tall auditorium, this one-of-a-kind concert will give you an unforgettable feast for your ears.

Please note that a reservation is required to attend. You can do so by clicking here,

Date: Monday October 8th, 2018, a national public holiday in Japan.

Hours: 14:00-15:00 (Doors open 30 minutes before the concert starts.)

Place: At the Auditorium of the Sugimura Jun Museum of Art (Shiogama City), 30 minutes east of Sendai.

Entrance Fee:
Adults: 1,000 yen (An afternoon snack of tea and cake is included in the fee.)
For children 12 years old and below, only a confectionery fee of 500 yen is required.

Yasue Matsuo (reed organ)
Miyuki Myochin (cello)

Yasue Matsuo

After working as a music teacher at Miyagi Gakuin Junior High School for eight years and as an organ instructor at the Miyagi University of Education and Miyagi Gakuin Women’s University for 30 years, she is currently teaching organ at Kunitachi Music Academy Bach Hall in Kami Town, Miyagi.


Miyuki Myochin

A cello player. After graduating from Shokei Gakuin University Women’s Junior College and Senzoku Gakuen College of Music, she is currently teaching cello at Arai Music Academy Tutti in Sendai City. She is also a member of the Miyagi Art Association.

Translated by JUNBI Supporter (Takeyoshi Uchiyama, SAT De Los Angeles)