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2020 Yukiko Matsuyama & Koto Yuki Band with Guest Japanese DancersNewly Listed

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Date: Saturday, 8 February, 2020       Time: 3:00 pm - 5:00 pm
Oak Point Events
4366 Auburn Blvd
Sacramento , CA 95841
United States

Website: Click to Visit
Don't miss this opportunity to see & hear international recording artist & koto master, Yukiko Matsuyama & her band. Special guests dancers!

From performing with Shakira at the Latin Grammy Awards, performing, recording, and

Don't miss this opportunity to see & hear international recording artist & koto master, Yukiko Matsuyama & her band. Special guests dancers!

From performing with Shakira at the Latin Grammy Awards, performing, recording, and writing with Paul Winter on his Grammy Award Winning album, ‘Miho: Journey to the Mountain’ (Best New Age Album), performing and recording with Alphonso Johnson on his critically acclaimed album ‘Metaphors’ (2017), to performing with Motown Legend James Gadson; Yukiko shares the sound of the national instrument of Japan with diverse audiences worldwide.

Yukiko delivers the sounds of the ancient 7th century koto with authority and grace while managing to infuse elements of jazz, pop, new age, and world music into her mesmerizing compositions. It’s koto unlike whatever you may have heard…

The concert will feature Yukiko Matsuyama - koto, Diana Dentino - keyboards, Chris Akin - bass, Peter Hackett - Drums, Mathew Hackett - Guitar, Sawako Ama - dance, and Rieko Kotoku - Taiko & dance.

Doors open at 2:30. Bring the family, bring your

, performing and recording with Alphonso Johnson on his critically acclaimed album ‘Metaphors’ (2017), to performing with Motown Legend James Gadson; Yukiko shares the sound of the national instrument of Japan with diverse audiences worldwide.

Yukiko delivers the sounds of the ancient 7th century koto with authority and grace while managing to infuse elements of jazz, pop, new age, and world music into her mesmerizing compositions. It’s koto unlike whatever you may have heard…

The concert will feature Yukiko Matsuyama - koto, Diana Dentino - keyboards, Chris Akin - bass, Peter Hackett - Drums, Mathew Hackett - Guitar, Sawako Ama - dance, and Rieko Kotoku - Taiko & dance.

Doors open at 2:30. Bring the family, bring your friends!




Saturday, 8 February, 2020

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Yukiko Matsuyama

Website: Click to Visit

Cost

$20

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