Toho Gakuen School of Music

Toho Gakuen School of Music (桐朋学園 音楽部門, Tōhō Gakuen Ongaku Bumon) is a private music school in Chōfu, Tokyo, Japan.[1][2]

Toho Gakuen School of Music
桐朋学園 音楽部門
TypePrivate
Established1948
PresidentTsuyoshi Tsutsumi
PrincipalIkuo Oshima
Location,
Japan
CampusUrban
Websitewww.tohomusic.ac.jp

HistoryEdit

Toho Gakuen was founded in 1948 in Ichigaya (Tokyo) as the Music School for Children,[3] and two years later moved to Sengawa (current address at Wakabacyo, Chofushi, Tokyo) and opened the Toho High School of Music, to provide quality musical education to teenage girls. Nov.1954 moved to Sengawa (Wakabacyo, Chofu-shi, Tokyo). 1955 saw the establishment of the Junior College and in 1961 the Junior College becomes the Toho Gakuen College Music Department.[4] The College of Music was a pioneer in offering university-level degrees in music in Japan. In 1995 the Toho Orchestra Academy was established in Toyama and in 1999 opened the Toho Gakuen Graduate School, which offers postgraduate degrees.[1]

StudiesEdit

Through its high school, college and graduate school, Toho Gakuen offers studies from preparatory diplomas to master's degrees in all orchestral instruments, piano, composition, conducting and musicology.[5]

Notable staff membersEdit

Notable alumniEdit

ReferencesEdit

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External linksEdit

Coordinates: 35°39′35.59″N 139°35′00.91″E / 35.6598861°N 139.5835861°E / 35.6598861; 139.5835861