Kyoto Animation just dropped a new promotional video for The Sound! Euphonium: Ensemble Contest, the newest theatrical anime of the Sound! Euphonium series, revealing that the movie will premiere in Japan on August 4. A new key visual was also released to commemorate the news.
Check out the short video and colorful image below!
Ayaka Ohashi was added as a cast member to the film. She will voice the character of Tsubame Kamaya. Japanese pop singer TRUE will perform the film’s theme song “Ensemble.”
Sound! Euphonium is based on a novel series written by Ayano Takeda in 2013. The novels inspired a manga adaptation by Hami in 2014.
Kyoto Animation adapted the series into TV anime. It aired the first season in 2015, followed by the second season in 2016. Two animated theatrical films, titled Liz and the Blue Bird and Sound! Euphonium: The Movie – Our Promise: A Brand New Day, were also released in 2018 and 2019 respectively.
Crunchyroll is currently streaming the Sound! Euphonium TV anime. It describes the story of the series as follows:
Spring in the first year of high school. Kumiko, a member of the brass band in junior high school, visits the high school brass band club with classmates Hazuki and Sapphire. There, she comes across Reina, her former classmate from junior high. Hazuki and Sapphire decide to join the club, but Kumiko can’t make up her mind. She recollects her experience with Reina at a competition in junior high school.
The upcoming movie will cover the “Ensemble Concert” arc of the Sound! Euphonium anime and will premiere in 74 theaters across Japan.