Musashino Academia Musicae

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Musashino Academia Musicae
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Musashino Academia Musicae
Established 1929
Type Private
President Naotaka Fukui
Location Nerima-ku, Tokyo, Japan
Campus Urban

Musashino Academia Musicae (武蔵野音楽大学 Musashino Ongaku Daigaku?), located in Tokyo, Japan, is a music conservatory founded in 1929.

After World War II, the music school expanded, becoming the Musashino College of Music. It now has educational sites in Nerima, Iruma, Saitama, and Tama, Tokyo.

Concert halls[edit]

Musashino Academia Musicae owns four music halls:

  • Beethoven Hall
  • Bach Saal
  • Mozart Hall
  • Schubert Hall

Notable faculty[edit]



  1. ^ Greening, Chris; Schwebke, Joe. "Saori Kobayashi Interview: Cultivating an Ethtronic Sound". Video Game Music Online. Retrieved 8 September 2015. 

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Coordinates: 35°44′28.81″N 139°40′19.85″E / 35.7413361°N 139.6721806°E / 35.7413361; 139.6721806