Soothing Recital by Japanese Pianist

合計時間 : 45 minutes

What To Expect

I’m a professional pianist, though only since a few years. I used to work for a government organization and fly around the world to help developing countries, juggling work and child-rearing.
Playing the piano has always been part of my life since I first learned how to play under my piano-teacher mother; regularly taking part in recitals, playing at friends’ wedding and various other occasions. But it was until I fell seriously ill that I truly appreciated the joy of being able to play the piano as much as I want. During those tough recovery days, the only thing that kept me going was the motivation to perform at an upcoming yearly piano recital.
That led me to start the second chapter of my life as a pianist and get involved in a broad range of music projects such as fun-oriented online lessons aimed at babies and their parents.

Join this private online piano recital and let the music soothe your mind. The music comprises this program ranges across a wide spectrum of genres: classical, pop, jazz, easy listening, as well as folk music from Japan and elsewhere.
For the audience’s enjoyment, I make it a point to shake up the program every month and include seasonal music, as well as pieces associated with composers and historical figures born in the same month.

The second half of the program focuses on Japanese songs that hold special place in the hearts of us Japanese. I’ll be singing in Japanese while playing the piano to convey the true essence of Japanese sounds.

I’ll also share information related to the music performed during this session, using PowerPoint slideshow. While we’re at it, I’d love to have a fun conversation with you, so don’t hesitate to share your opinions!

The following is a program example.
Part 1.
Salut d'amour Op.12 by E. Elgar
Sonate für Klavier und Violine Nr.5 "Frühling (Spring)" F-Dur Op.24 by L. V. Beethoven
Heidenröslein (Wild Rose) by H. Werner / F. Schubert
Variation 18 – Rhapsody on a Theme of Pagannini by S. Rachmaninoff
Amazing Grace [R&B ver.] by J. Newton
Annie Laurie by Alicia Scott
Part 2.
Sakura Sakura (Traditional Japanese folk Song)
Hana by Taki Rentarou/Takeshima Hagoromo
Haru no Ogawa by Okano Teiichi/Takano Tatsuyuki
Fuji no Yama by Iwaya Sazana

Additional Info

・Please download Zoom (www.zoom.us) to your laptop or smartphone.
・Check if you have a solid internet connection,listen with headphones or a good sound system.
・please join us on time, we’ll closes after 5 minutes.Refunds are not guaranteed.
・Always communicate through wasabijp. To protect your payment, never transfer money or communicate outside of the wasabijp website.

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