Become a member of Notables Japan, Carnegie Hall's first-ever overseas membership and philanthropic group. Like the Notables in New York City, Notables Japan is designed for young professionals under 40. Notables Japan specifically supports the global educational programs of the Hall's Weill Music Institute. Members gather in Japan and the United States to celebrate music at its finest through exceptional concerts, special events, and more. Member activities are curated by the Notables Japan Steering Committee in conjunction with Carnegie Hall.
By joining, members have the opportunity to experience a special community and deepen their exchanges with Carnegie Hall and New York City, while contributing to philanthropic activities in music and the arts.
- A membership welcome gift from Carnegie Hall
- Invitations to annual membership events organized by Notables Japan
- Invitations to concerts, cocktail parties, a private behind-the-scenes tour, and exclusive events
- Two complimentary tickets to the Annual Notable Occasion hosted by Nicola Bulgari in New York City
- Four complimentary tickets to selected performances at Carnegie Hall (transferable to family, friends, and clients)
Carnegie Hall Notables Japan Executive Committee
Justin Turkat, Chairman
Sota Nakazawa, Vice Chairman
Cody Franchetti, Co-Chair Emeritus
Carnegie Hall Notables Japan Steering Committee
Reiri Kojima, PhD
Ex Tempore: Music X Art X Fashion
On June 15, members of Notables Japan and friends enjoyed a one-of-a-kind collaborative performance featuring Japanese cellist, Hitomi Niikura and award-winning artist, Aerosyn-Lex Mestrovic. The event was held at EDGEof in Shibuya, Tokyo.
Special thanks to EDGEof for providing event space and staff support.
Cocktails, wine, and sake were generously provided by Jameson Irish Whiskey, Three Bond Trading Company, and Nihon Sakari.
Photography by Owen Rogers.
Carnegie Hall Notables Japan Presents Ex Tempore: Music X Art X Fashion
Notables Japan Holiday Soirée
On December 20, members of Notables Japan and friends enjoyed an exclusive performance from Seiji Okamoto, winner of the 19th annual JS Bach and 60th National Japanese Student Music Competitions. The event was held at the Yellow Korner Pop Up Shop in Roppongi, Tokyo, which was decorated with photography featuring New York City.