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SPECIAL TICKETS RELEASED FOR KOTO CONCERT FRIDAY NIGHT

A limited number of $10 adult tickets are being made available to a concert of traditional Japanese music at 7:30 p.m. Friday, Nov. 7, at Norfolk's Chrysler Hall.

General admission tickets are $25 for adults; $10 for students with a valid college ID. For tickets or more information call Ticketmaster at 671-8100 or the Virginia Arts Festival at 282-2822.

A number of free student tickets also are available by calling 683-5195. They are available at the Dragas Center, Elkhorn Avenue and 49th Street. One ticket per student; registration is required.

A limited number of tickets are being made available to Old Dominion faculty, staff and students for $10 through the Arts Festival box office at 282-2822; at the door; or at the arts festival box office at MacArthur Center. Mention Old Dominion to receive the discount.

The concert headlines Old Dominion University's Japan Forum, a symposium on education and culture in the United States and Japan, Nov. 6-7. The concert, featuring an ensemble of ancient Japanese kotos -- 13-string harps that originated in the sixth century -- features renowned koto player Kyoko Okamoto of the University of Maryland, the Toho Koto Society of Washington, D.C., and the Shakuhachi Flute Ensemble.

This article was posted on: October 29, 2003

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