TAC Talk Winter Season

Be one of just 15 Members to secure a front-row seat for the next season of enlightening TAC Talk lectures.

A TAC Talk season pass guarantees holders access to all six talks, with priority registration one week before general sign-up opens.

Browse the lineup of intriguing talks below.

Pass holders are free to attend in person or virtually. What’s more, reservations can be transferred to Members registered under the same membership.

Winter TAC Talk Schedule


  • Jan 12: Robert Rÿker
    The music director of the Tokyo Sinfonia discusses his music career and what it takes to establish an orchestra—as he did in India, Canada and Japan.


  • Feb 9: Kinota Braithwaite
    The children’s book author and bilingual Montessori instructor shares his experiences of encouraging children to be proud of their heritage and of teaching Black History Month in the classroom.



  • Mar 9: Alice Gordenker
    A screening of the American journalist’s documentary Horimono, about the taboo of tattoos in Japan and a group of inked pilgrims who visit a Mount Oyama shrine each summer.


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