Hiroshima @ CSU Monterey Bay

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Performing Arts

Apr 20117
7:30p.m.

The California State University Monterey Bay World Theater
100 Campus Center
Seaside, California, 93955-8001
United States


Since the late 70’s, Hiroshima has been blending Japanese instruments like the koto and taiko drum with saxophone and keyboard stylings of American jazz to produce a seamless fusion of musical styles and cultures. Hiroshima has performed for hundreds of thousands around the world, while their extensive catalog of albums have sold over 3 million copies worldwide. Acclaimed jazz bassist Stanley Clarke says “Hiroshima is one of a kind. Since the very beginning, I've always loved the band.” This year, the group celebrates their 30th anniversary with the Grammy-nominated “Legacy” album and tour.
Source: http://worldtheater.csumb.edu/performing-arts-series & http://www.thecalifornian.com/article/20110319/LIFESTYLE/103190306/1024/LIFESTYLE

 

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