Saitama City Junior Chorus

The choir was founded in Saitama City in 2011 and will celebrate its 10th anniversary next year.
The members, who range from kindergarten to university students, work hard to polish their individual sensibilities in a place where they can be themselves, express the joy and pleasure of singing together, and create harmonies that value harmony.
The experience of participating in the 1st Tokyo International Choir Competition has broadened their range of expression and given them more positive motivation for music.
Last year, they performed in the International Music Meeting Japan 2019 Tokyo, which gave them an opportunity to share the excitement as well as international exchange through music, and to nurture a richer spirit.
From now on, they will continue to carefully and boldly transmit the joy of being connected through choral music to the world from Saitama City, where the sound of singing voices can be heard.

Conductor Yoshifumi Hasunuma

He is the president of Wings music office, the executive director of Saitama Chorus League, a member of Japan Choral Directors Association, a member of "ONGAKUJU" a lecturer at NHK Cultural Center, and a graduate of Kunitachi College of Music, Department of Voice.
He has led the chorus club of Saitama Sakae High School to a total of 25 national competitions, including the Prime Minister's Prize at the NHK National School Music Competition, and has won the national championship and gold medal five times. He has also won the silver medal in the general section of the national competition.
Overseas, he has won three gold medals, including a gold medal at the Choral Olympics in Linz, Austria, and first place overall at the Munich International Music Festival. He has also given concerts in various places in Europe such as Musikverein and Stephansplatz in Vienna, and Desinger Theater in Belgium.
Currently, he is the permanent conductor of Wings, Chor Dolce, Saitama City Junior Chorus, Mixed Chorus "Onchi," Cynthia Regula, Hosei University Arion Chor, Mixed Youth Chorus SEC, NHK Culture Women's Chorus, Uchino Women's Choir, Mitsuhashi Women's Choir, Spica, and others. He has served as a lecturer and a member of the adjudication committee for various workshops throughout Japan. He has received the Saitama Prefecture Educational Contribution Award.