Classical music has been a staple listening requirement for decades—if not even longer. The concept of dressing up and going to see the symphony in all its woodwind, percussion, and maestro glory is a past time in most parts of the world. Even in Japan, in larger cities, many orchestras can be found from small local groups in community centers to gigantic concert halls. Until now they all had one thing in common: everyone wore proper evening attire. That, however, is about to change with the introduction of the first annual Japanese Naked Orchestra.