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Beethoven Innovation / Mozart Innovation

The University of Tokyo and the Technical University of Munich are holding the "Beethoven commemorative” event to commemorate the 250th anniversary of the birth of L. van Beethoven (1770-1827), a deaf man who survived an era of dramatic changes in society, science and technology.


However, due to COVID 2019, which suddenly struck humanity in 2020, we were forced to change our plans. As a remote cooperation international education research project, we launched "Beethoven Innovation", which considers the coexistence of AI society and people with physical disabilities, as well as We are expanding the scale of our 10-year plan for "Mozart Innovation" to support people suffering from neurological and mental illnesses.  

Visiting Professor Christoph Lütge TUM META (Facebook) Director of the Institute for AI Ethics



Visiting researcher Fumihiko Miyazaki


Artistic Director Itoken

performance session

Date and time: March 4th, 5th, 6th, 2024 13:00-18:00

Venue: Uchimura Kanzo Memorial Bible Auditorium (Imaikan Kyoikukai)


Transparent ensemble of classical works by all soloists parts, including string instruments. A paradigm after Pierre Boulez.


From Beethoven's Symphony No. 1, Third Movement


Based on sound field evaluation research with Bayreuther Festspielhaus, with minimal analog sound field control (absorption of excess sound from wind instruments) harmonization of orchestral music is achieved.


From Beethoven's 1st Symphony, 4th Movement


New methods for creating orchestral sound that adjusts even the spectrum of each instrument.


The spectral timbre creation for the beginning of Mozart's Symphony No. 35 "Haffner".

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