Japanese jazz pianist Xiao Zugen will actually board the National Grand Theater, and has been appointed by Grammy

Japanese jazz pianist Xiao Zugen will actually board the National Grand Theater, and has been appointed by Grammy
On January 19th, the Japanese jazz pianist Shinji Koto will join three outstanding Japanese jazz musicians in the National Grand Theater, and send a blessing to the upcoming Chinese New Year with a relaxed jazz work.Jazz performer Xiao Gengen is true.Influenced by his father, who is also a jazz performer, Xiao Zuo Gen played the organ from the age of 4, and at the age of 12, he witnessed the style of jazz piano master Oscar Peterson at a concertThe piano obsession was inspired.”At that time, I had a goal, so I was willing to work hard because I wanted to be as good as he is.If there is no goal, what is the point of practicing piano?”He was nominated for a Grammy Award in 2003 and reset himself next to jazz.In 2018, Xiao Gengen won the Purple Ribbon Medal of Honor, which is Japan’s highest achievement for personal contributions that make a significant contribution to the national academic or cultural life.In conclusion, he also focused on the focus of classical music. Beyond today, he has played Mozart, Prokofiev, and other famous orchestras with the New York Philharmonic Orchestra, San Francisco Symphony Orchestra, North German Radio Philharmonic Orchestra, French Radio Philharmonic OrchestraConcerto for composers such as Shostakovich and Rachmaninov.Xiao Gengen has created more than 300 jazz works, of which more than 50 are large bands, he also composed symphonies and piano concertos.In the concert on Jan. 19, Kozuki Geno will be accompanied by drummer Shinsuke Takahashi of the “Unknown Horse” big band, Koji Hideo, trombone player, bassist / composer Kengo Nakamura and come together to perform the classical adaptation of Bach ‘s”Aria on the G String”, Vittorio Monti’s “Chardash Dance”, and a pair of “Dream Back to Asia”, “Bouncing in New Shoes” and “Flying to the Sky” that are popular among the audience”My Blue Witch”, “Op-Oz”, “Mysterious Gate”, and “Three Wishes”. These works were created and adapted by Kenji Kosuke, Hideo Nakagawa, and Kengo Nakamura.I believe that elegant blues, brisk swing, and passionate Latin rhythm will take the audience through a beautiful and gorgeous jazz night.Sauna, Night Net Editor Liu Zhen Wu Longzhen proofreading Liu Jun