The Trio WAZ | June 26 @ 8:00 PM

Constellation 3111 N Western Ave, Chicago, IL

This show will be open for a distanced, in-person audience. Please buy a ticket ahead of time to come in person. Buy Ticket

MIYUMI Project – Summer 2021 Concerts at Fred Anderson Park starting from Thursday, July 22

Fred Anderson Park 1611 S. Wabash Ave., Chicago, IL

Night Out in the Parks 6 p.m. Thursday, July 22 MIYUMI Project with Fred Anderson Legacy Concert I, Featuring Coco Elysses (percussion), Kioto Aoki and Rami Atassi (guitar). Sponsored in-part by Night Out in the Parks, Asian Improv aRts Midwest and Birdhouse Inc. 6 p.m. Thursday, August 5 MIYUMI Project with Fred Anderson Legacy Concert… Read More »MIYUMI Project – Summer 2021 Concerts at Fred Anderson Park starting from Thursday, July 22

Yuko Fujiyama and Reggie Nicholson + Tatsu Aoki and Edward Wilkerson Jr. at Elastic Arts | July 30 @ 7pm

(live in-person and streaming) 'Big Apple visits 2nd City - Join us for an evening with pianist Yuko Fujiyama and drummer/percussionist Reggie Nicholson paired with bassist Tatsu Aoki and the woodwind sounds from Edward Wilkerson Jr.' Touched by the music of Cecil Taylor, Yuko came to the US in 1987. In 1993 she started performing… Read More »Yuko Fujiyama and Reggie Nicholson + Tatsu Aoki and Edward Wilkerson Jr. at Elastic Arts | July 30 @ 7pm

$15

2021 Digital Dance Showcase: Narratives/Visibilities by Chicago Dancemakers Forum

Three Chicago Artists Premiere Digital Dance Works Thursday, August 12th at 6 p.m. CT Mini film festival, “Narratives/Visibilities” will showcase new works by Ashwaty Chennat in collaboration with Abhijeet Rane; Zachary Nicol; and Yoshinojo Fujima aka Rika Lin in collaboration with Subhash Maskara, Hekiun Oda, Matsuya Nozawa, and Toyoaki Sanjuro. More Details

THE MIYUMI PROJECT | Oct 1, 2021 | 7:30PM Elastic Arts

Elastic Arts 3429 W. DIVERSEY AVE. #208, CHICAGO, IL

The current roster of Tatsu Aoki’s MIYUMI Project includes creative musicians: Mwata Bowden, Coco Elysses, Edward Wilkerson Jr.,, Jamie Kempkers, and Kioto Aoki.