【Earth ♾️ Pieces】 Apply for Mecenat Seats



【Earth ♾️ Pieces】 Apply for  Mecenat Seats
  • 日時Saturday, March 16, 2024, 19:00-20:30
  • 場所 ZOU-NO-HANA TerraceMAP

150,000~500,000 yen *Excluding Tax


Participatory music project with all resonates life

Create a “Ode to joy” that no one has ever seen or heard before and give the courage and hope to live in this uncertain world where all we see is despair, also we give the courage to live and hope to this uncertain world where all we see is despair.

This is a program in which each of us becomes an irreplaceable “piece” that makes up the earth and weaves a wonderful time together while performing Beethoven’s “Ode to Joy” . Please apply in the category that suits you best from among several options.

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<Mecenat Seats>
This seat is for corporations and individuals who empathize the vision of this project and wish to support of a new cultural ecosystem that transcends national borders and industries. We are looking for companies and other organizations that aim to achieve the goals of the SDGs through culture and the arts.

【Earth ️ Pieces vol.1 World Premiere 】
⚫︎Date/Time: Saturday, March 16, 2024, 19:00-20:30
⚫︎ Place: ZOU-NO-HANA Terrace

Enjoy our  special meal box and drinks, while watching  “Ode to Joy” . All Mecenat Seats will have an opportunity to take photos with the players after the show, as well as a networking time with other Mecenat partners. You will also be invited to attend related programs on “Accessibility” and “Sustainability” that will be held prior to the March 16th event.
We invite you to join us in tagging along and taking concrete action on mecenat activities and SDGs issues that are difficult for one company, or one department, to implement.

【Category for Apply】

  1. A) 500,000 yen (Invitation for 4 persons, with official bow tie & special meal box)
  2. B) 300,000 yen (Invitation for 2 persons with official bow tie & special meal box)
  3. C) 150,000 yen (Invitation for 1 person with official bow tie & special meal box)


Benefit(if desired):
Company name and logo on the video
Provision of official photos of the event for use in your company’s publicity
Banner on your company’s SNS or official website
Priority access to related programs


【How to Apply】
Fill out the required information according to the form.
A Mecenat Sheet representative will contact you at a later date.
If you have any questions, please feel free to contact us.

Application Form



【What is Mecenat?】

Mecenat is a French word meaning “support for arts and culture” or “advocacy of culture,” and refers to corporate support of cultural and artistic activities. In Japan, it began to spread in the late 1980s. The most common form is funding, but there are also a variety of other forms, including the provision of human resources, operation of foundations and other organizations engaged in arts and culture-related activities, and sponsorship of arts and culture-related performances, competitions, and festivals. In recent years, it has also been widely used to refer to “social contribution activities conducted by corporations.

Handbook of Basic Terms in Arts Management (2014)
Cited from The Association of Public Theaters and Halls in Japan

Artistic DirectorsKURISU Yoshie

Studied art management at Tokyo Zokei University and obtained a master’s degree in business design from Domus Academy in Italy. For over 25 years, she has been involved in citizen-participation art projects that connect people and communities from different fields, attempting social change through dialogue and collaborative processes. In 2010, she encountered the world of disability welfare due to osteosarcoma. The following year, she founded SLOW LABEL. As the general director of the Yokohama Paratriennale (2014-2020), she developed mechanisms for accessibility in stage and event production. For the Tokyo 2020 Paralympic opening and closing ceremonies, she comprehensively supervised planning, direction, choreography, casting, rehearsal operations, and commentary guides from a DE&I perspective. She received the 65th Yokohama Cultural Award “Culture and Arts Encouragement Award” and is a Thursday commentator on TBS’s “Hiruobi”

Earth ♾️ Pieces World Premiere 2024.3.16

As of December 6,2023