Hibike!-Euphonium-Season-3-Announced-for-2024---New-OVA-Coming-2023

Hibike! Euphonium Season 3 Announced for 2024 – New OVA Coming 2023

During a recent livestream event for the anime adaptation of Ayano Takeda and Nikki Asada’s Hibike! Euphonium (Sound! Euphonium), it was announced that a new TV anime season is in production for 2024. In addition, a new OVA will be released in theatres in 2023.

The new season will follow Kumiko in her third year in high school, which adapts the sequel novel. The OVA will be adapting the Ensemble Concert arc and will have both a Blu-ray and theatrical release next year.

Here is the announcement video for the new season and OVA:

Hibike! Euphonium: Kitauji Koukou Suisougaku-bu e Youkoso (Sound! Euphonium) is a music novel series written by Ayano Takeda and illustrated by Nikki Asada. The series ran for a total of 12 compiled volumes, published by Takarajimasha from 2017 to 2019. The series was also adapted into a manga in 2014, published under Kono Manga ga Sugoi! Web magazine for a total of 3 volumes. An anime adaptation of the series was produced for the Spring 2015 anime season by Kyoto Animation (Hyouka, Amagi Brilliant Park) with Tatsuya Ishihara (Clannad, Chuunibyou demo Koi ga Shitai!) directing. The anime ran for a total of 13 episodes. An anime film was produced in early 2016 and a second season during the Fall/Autumn 2016 season for 13 episodes. It was soon followed by a spin-off film in 2018, Liz to Aoi Tori

Here is a synopsis of the series from MAL:

Hibike! Euphonium begins when Kumiko Oumae, a girl who was in the brass band club in junior high school, visits her high school’s brass band club as a first year. Kumiko’s classmates Hazuki and Sapphire decide to join the club, but Kumiko sees her old classmate Reina there and hesitates. She remembers an incident she had with Reina at a brass band club contest in junior high school.

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A third season and an OVA of Hibike! Euphonium is currently in production for a 2024 and 2023 release, respectively.

You can visit the anime’s website here: http://anime-eupho.com/
And follow their Twitter: @anime_eupho

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