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EAST MEETS WEST BRUNCH SERIES: TAKUYA KURODA SEXTET

2012-03-25
Showtime: 12:30PM
Doors Open at 11:00AM

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n/a $24.50


Cherry Blossom Festival


"With a touch of Dizzy Gillespie in tone ... this is jazz played with crisp style and excellent technique."

-Shaunna Morrison Machosky, NPR Music


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Takuya Kuroda Sextet
FEATURING:
Takuya Kuroda, trumpet
Corey King, trombone
Jamaal Sawyer, tenor saxophone
Rashaan Carter, bass
Adam Jackson, drums
TBA, piano & keyboards

With his brilliant tone and soulful, passionate delivery, it's no wonder that young Japanese trumpeter Takuya Kuroda continues to thrive in New York City. Originally from Kobe, Takuya came to the U.S. in 2003 to study at The New School. Since arriving in New York, he has become a fixture on the music scene, performing alongside living legends like Junior Mance, acknowledged masters like Francisco Mela and Pino Palladino, and the rising stars of his generation, including Josť James, Ben Williams, and Kris Bowers.



Kuroda has released two albums as a leader, Bitter and High (2010) and Edge (2011), both to critical acclaim. He has performed at notable festivals worldwide and at some of the most important live music venues in the country, including the Blue Note, the Jazz Standard, Radio City Music Hall, and the Village Underground.

 

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