Masahiro Yamamoto & Hiroki Chiba Sax/Bass Duo

When:
2012 / 11 / 17 (Sat)
Live House:
Bar Buena - Shinjuku
Category:
Jazz
Open Time:
19:00
Start Time:
20:00
Adv. Price:
1,500 yen
Door Price:
1,500 yen
Tickets:
http://bar-buena.com/
Website:
http://bar-buena.com/
Added by:
Bar Buena
Masahiro Yamamoto & Hiroki Chiba Sax/Bass Duo

Details

 

Masahiro Yamamoto (sax) and Hiroki Chiba (bass) will be performing a gig together at Art Space Bar Buena.


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11/17 (SAT)
Admission 1,500 yen + 1 drink

19:00 open
20:00 start (set played twice)


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Masahiro Yamamoto (alto and soprano sax)

Yamamoto started playing alto sax at 12 years old. After graduating college in Japan, he pursued his studies at New School University in the States and later studied sax under Jane Ira Bloom, George Garzone and Kirk Nurock.

In addition to being the frontman of his own band, he also plays with Grammy-winning pianist Rachel-Z at Blue Note and Dizzy's Club in New York. Recently he has collaborated on recordings with Alvaro Vieito's band in Spain and performed at the Incheon Jazz Festival.

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Hiroki Chiba (bass, violin, electronics)

After leaving his former band Riddim Saunter, Chiba started his career as a jazz bassist in 2004.
Since then, he has been actively involved in various Japanese music scenes such as jazz, pop, rock, improvisation, electronica and hip hop.

In 2008, Chiba released his first album of contrabass solos on the Telemetry label, with one of the tracks featuring a collaboration with SAIDRUM. In 2010, he also performed on the stage with Belle and Sebastian on Fuji Rock Festival.

 


Live House

Live House:
Bar Buena
Address:
Shinjuku Town Plaza bldg. 2F-D, 1-24-8,
Area:
Shinjuku
Address (Japanese):
新宿区百人町1-24-8 新宿タウンプラザビル2F-D
Map link:
http://buena.tokyo/access
Closest stations:
Okubo, Shin-Okubo
Bar Buena

Details

From Shinjuku station walk 10 min

From Okubo station walk 2 min

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