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Bass Dreams minus B Album Press Release

fperecs · Bass Dreams minus B - Wanna B In A Tatsu Aoki has done a lot. The MIYUMI Project mastermind has composed jazz orchestral suites about the Asian immigrant… Read More »Bass Dreams minus B Album Press Release


The Shamisen in Japanese Art and Music – Recorded June 17 2021

FEATURES at bandcamp

20+ Years of Tatsu Aoki’s MIYUMI Project: A Unique Force in Experimental Jazz


Bass Dreams minus B album press release

fperecs · Bass Dreams minus B - Wanna B In A Tatsu Aoki has done a lot. The MIYUMI Project mastermind has composed jazz orchestral suites about the Asian immigrant… Read More »Bass Dreams minus B album press release


The Shamisen in Japanese Art and Music – Recorded June 17 2021

FEATURES at bandcamp

20+ Years of Tatsu Aoki’s MIYUMI Project: A Unique Force in Experimental Jazz


The Quarantine Concerts – Tatsu Aoki and Jamie Kempkers – May 9, 2020

MIYUMI Project – Best of the MIYUMI Project

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Tatsu Aoki is a leading advocate for the Asian American community,
as well as a prolific composer, a performer of traditional and experimental music forms,
a filmmaker, and an educator.

Tatsu Aoki is a leading advocate for the Asian American community,
as well as a prolific composer, a performer of traditional and experimental music forms, a filmmaker, and an educator.

Tatsu Aoki is a leading advocate for the Asian American community, as well as a prolific composer, a performer of traditional and experimental music forms, a filmmaker,
and an educator.

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“Aoki (…) has not been alone in championing the exotic interweaving of Asian music and American jazz. But thanks to a relentless work ethic and a visionary’s approach to the art of improvisation, he surely has been the most influential.”
– Howard Reich, Chicago Tribune

“Aoki (…) has not been alone in championing the exotic interweaving of Asian music and American jazz. But thanks to a relentless work ethic and a visionary’s approach to the art of improvisation, he surely has been the most influential.”
– Howard Reich, Chicago Tribune

“Aoki (…) has not been alone in championing the exotic interweaving of Asian music and American jazz. But thanks to a relentless work ethic and a visionary’s approach to the art of improvisation, he surely has been the most influential.”
– Howard Reich, Chicago Tribune

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