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Shoji Kameda, Kaoru Watanabe and Sumie Kaneko Trio

Friday, September 13th, 2013

I will be in Houston performing with Kaoru Watanabe and Sumie Kaneko for a special trio performance this Saturday September 14th. The performance kicks off the Asia Society Presents 2013-14 season. Come check it out if you are in the area!

From Asia Society Presents website:
Kicking off our 2013-14 performing arts seasons are multi-instrumentalists Shoji Kameda and Kaoru Watanabe. These leading lights of Japanese music in the United States are known for infusing traditional taiko and flute with jazz and world music elements such as Central Asian throat singing. With music described as “completely original and brilliantly conceived,” they are at the forefront of young musicians who seamlessly bridge East and West, old and new. These sonic adventurers have invited virtuoso koto player Sumie Kaneko to join them for a not-to-be missed evening of music designed to complement the exhibition Universe Is Flux: The Art of Tawara Yūsaku.

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