1999

January 1999

1st January 1999
New Year’s Concert at the Wigmore Hall, To Celebrate the Century of Johann Strauss II (1825-1899), Johann Strauss Ensemble of Austria with Joji Hattori (violin & director), Wigmore Hall, London, UK
Strauss, Strauss (son), Schubert, Lanner, Lane

February 1999

12th February 1999
Concerto de Invierno a beneficio des los niños de la Fundació Minyones, Con Anima Ensemble Vienna (Christian Altenburger, Joji Hattori and Wilhelm A. Hübner) with Howard Penny and Christian Glüxam, Parish Church of Sant Pere d’Esporles, Esporles, Spain
Haydn, Schubert

28th February 1999
Harrogate International Festival, Joji Hattori with Florian Uhlig, Old Swan Hotel, Harrogate, UK
Bach, Schubert, Debussy, Kreisler, Mendelssohn-Bartholdy (arr. Kreisler), Panufnik, Poldini (arr. Kreisler), de Falla (arr. 
Kreisler)

March 1999

14th March 1999
Brighton Philharmonic Orchestra with Joji Hattori (violin), conducted by Barry Wordsworth, The Dome, Brighton, UK
Mozart, Dvořák, Beethoven

24th March 1999
Kyushu Symphony Orchestra with Joji Hattori (violin), conducted by Naoto Otoma, Fukuoka Sunpalace Hall, Fukuoka, Japan
Beethoven

April 1999

5th April 1999
Joji Hattori Romantic Violin Concerts Series Vol. I, Ensemble Vega with Yuko Komoriya, Kioi Hall, Tokyo, Japan
Bach, Beethoven, Debussy, Kreisler, Dvořák, de Falla

29th April 1999
The 5th Ogaki Music Festival, Ogaki Switopia Center, Ogaki, Japan

30th April 1999
The 5th Ogaki Music Festival, Chamber Music Concert, Joji Hattori, Junko Omori, Mazumi Tanamura, Hakuro Mouri, Tetsuya Ono, Ogaki Switopia Hall, Gifu, Japan
Brahms, Paganini, Martinů, Frank

May 1999

2nd May 1999
The 5th Ogaki Music Festival, Chamber Music Concert with Joji Hattori, Junko Omori, Mazumi Tanamura, Noboru Kamimura and Naofumi Nishida, Ogaki Switopia Hall, Gifu, Japan
Dvořák

5th May 1999
The 5th Ogaki Music Festival with Joji Hattori (violin) as a member of the Festival Orchestra conducted by Koichiro Harada, Ogaki Switopia Hall, Gifu, Japan
Mozart, Saint-Saëns, Prokofiev

28th May 1999
Con Anima – Musiktage Ernstbrunn, Opening Concert, Streichensemble Con Anima with Joji Hattori, Christian Altenburger, Andreas Gschmeidler, and Gordon Back, conducted by Peter Schreiner, Musiktage Ernstbrunn, Ernstbrunn Castle, Austria
Bach, Mozart

29th May 1999
Con Anima – Musiktage Ernstbrunn, An Evening of Chamber Music I with Claudio Otelli, Christian Altenburger, Eszter Haffner, Joji Hattori (violin & viola), Lars Anders Tomter, Walter Schulz and Jasminka Stancul, Musiktage Ernstbrunn, Ernstbrunn Castle, Austria
Mozart, Brahms

1st May 1999
Con Anima – Musiktage Ernstbrunn, Lecture & Music, Christian Altenburger, Eszter Haffner, Alexander Janiczek, Joji Hattori (viola), Lars Anders Tomter, Walter Schulz and Gordon Back, Volkshalle Ernstbrunn, Ernstbrunn, Austria
Strauss

June 1999

1st June 1999
Con Anima – Musiktage Ernstbrunn, An Evening of Chamber Music II with Joji Hattori, Eszter Haffner, Alexander Janiczek, Christian Altenburger, Lars Anders Tomter, Inse Wincor, Franz Bartolomey and Herbert Mayr, Musiktage Ernstbrunn, Schüttkasten Klement, Ernstbrunn, Austria
Bruckner, 
Dvořák

2nd June 1999
Con Anima – Musiktage Ernstbrunn, Literature & Music, Joji Hattori with Gordon Back, Schüttkasten Klement, Ernstbrunn, Austria
Kreisler

5th June 1999
Con Anima – Musiktage Ernstbrunn, An Evening of Chamber Music III with Peter Schmidl, Joji Hattori, Alexander Janiczek, Lars Anders Tomter and Franz Bartolomey, Ernstbrunn Castle, Ernstbrunn, Austria
Brahms

July 1999

3rd July 1999
Summer Evening Concert, Mozart Orchestra of London with Joji Hattori, Trinity Church, Wimbledon, UK
Mozart

August 1999

4th August 1999
Bregenzer Festspiele, Schloßkonzerte, Wiener Concert-Verein with Joji Hattori (conductor & violin), Rittersaal, Hohenems Castle, Hohenems, Austria
Salieri, Viotti, Mozart

6th August 1999
Bregenzer Festspiele, Ensemble Kaleidoskop, and Soloists of the Wiener Concert-Verein with Joji Hattori (violin), Jasminka Stancul, Robert Wolf, Gerald Pachinger, Wolfgang Aichinger, Franz Michael Fischer, Helmut Lackinger,Werner Frank and Walther Schulz, Bregenzer Festspiele, Kunsthaus Bregenz, Bregenz, Austria
Schlee, Wagner, Fürst, Bischof, Dünser

20th August 1999
The 25th Kiso Music Festival, Joji Hattori, Rikuya Terashima, Yoko Kubo, Ryosuke Hori and Wolfgang Wölfer, Kiso Arts Centre, Nagano, Japan
Fauré

21st August 1999
The 25th Kiso Music Festival, Joji Hattori, Yumiko Sakuma, Yoshiaki Obata, Masaharu Yamamoto, Hiroshi Matsuzaki, Yuko Ando, Hiroyasu Yamamoto and Hideki Hoshi, Kiso Arts Centre, Nagano, Japan
Spohr

22nd August 1999
The 25th Kiso Music Festival, Joji Hattori, Kiso Arts Centre, Nagano, Japan
Bartók

28th August 1999
Nagano Music Festival, Mielparque Nagano, Nagano, Japan
Kreisler, Bach

30th August 1999
Gran Deco Salon Music Festival, Gran Deco Salon, Fukushima, Japan
Beethoven, Kreisler

September 1999
2nd September 1999
Joji Hattori Romantic Violin Concerts Series Vol. II, Ensemble Vega with Takumi Komoriya, Kioi Hall, Tokyo, Japan
Bach, Mozart, Schubert

4th September 1999
Violin Recital with Joji Hattori and Misato Yokoyama, Tokachi Plaza Rainbow Hall, Hokkaido, Japan
Bach, Mozart, Kreisler

5th September 1999
Violin Recital with Joji Hattori, Gordon Back, Tomoko Kawada, Yuko Ando and Hakuro Mouri, Kasuga-cho Hall, Aichi, Japan
Mozart, Kreisler, Dvořák, Poldini

17th September 1999
Prague Autumn, Prague Radio Symphony Orchestra with Joji Hattori (violin), conducted by Vladimír Válek, The Municipal House, Smetana Hall, Prague, Czech Republic
Tchaikovsky, Glazunov, Berg, Novák
October 1999

11th October 1999
New Japan Philharmonic with Joji Hattori and Ken-ichi Furube, Suntory Hall, Tokyo, Japan
Mozart, Cimarosa, Bach, Beethoven, Schubert, Dvořák, Brahms, Strauss

30th October 1999
London Mozart Players with Joji Hattori and Thomas Riebl, Eye Church, Mid Suffolk, UK
Haydn, Mozart, Schubert

November 1999

10th November 1999
New Japan Philharmonic with Joji Hattori (conductor & violin) and Ken-ichi Furube, Suntory Hall, Tokyo, Japan
Mozart, Cimarosa, Bach, Beethoven, Schubert, Dvořák, Strauss (son)

22nd November 1999
Yehudi Menuhin Memorial Celebration, Orchestra of the Yehudi Menuhin School with Joji Hattori, Alina Ibragimova, Nicola Benedetti and Wu Qian, Queen Elisabeth Hall, London, UK
Bach, Mozart, Despax, Bartók

27th November 1999
London Mozart Players with Joji Hattori (conductor & violin soloist), conducted by Nicholas Cleobury and Malcolm Singer, The Parish Church, Market Place Kingston upon Thames, London, UK
Haydn, Mozart, Schubert

December 1999

16th December 1999
The Mozart Series, London Mozart Players with Joji Hattori (director & violin) and Thomas Riebl, St John’s, Smith Square, London, UK
Mozart