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Kazuya Sato Shinobue Flute Concert ~ The Song of the Cherry Blossoms Carried in the Spring Breeze ~

HYPER JAPAN is the largest exhibition celebrating Japanese culture to be held in the UK. Organized by Cross Media Ltd., it was first held in London 2010. Centred on Japanese cuisine and popular culture such as gaming, manga, anime and music, the event introduces a wide range of Japanese culture, encompassing technology, fashion, traditional crafts.
Having undertaken the difficult decision to postpone the Festival due to the spread of COVID-19, HYPER JAPAN is providing exclusive online content straight from Japan, including webinars, entertainment and shopping.


Kazuya Sato Shinobue Flute Concert
~ The Song of the Cherry Blossoms Carried in the Spring Breeze ~

Date:  3rd April 2021, Saturday (Live stream)

Time:  8:30-10:00 BST (90 min concert)

Live from : Kyoto Eishouzan Honpouji Temple

Live Stream: On 3rd April 2021 from 8:30 to 10:00 BST (Sat)
*Archive: Until 10th April 2021 at 23:30 BST (Sat)

Ticket: £15 ( Stream + Archive)

Tickets: https://www.eventbrite.co.uk/e/shinobue-flute-concert-a-song-of-cherry-blossoms-in-the-spring-breeze-tickets-138731695235

About Kazuya Sato:
The musician who will be playing at this live, online event is Kazuya Sato, who has dedicated much of his life to the art of Shinobue, a traditional bamboo flute which has been a part of Japanese artistic culture for centuries. Also known as a Takebue, this instrument has long been involved in ancient public art forms, including the internationally recognised Noh and Kabuki, two of the most important forms of Japanese theatre.   
Kazuya Sato has been earnestly practicing with the Shinobue since graduating university, but he first picked up the flute as a junior high-school student to get involved with a local Karatsu Kunchi Festival being held in his home prefecture of Saga.  
The iconic wind instrument has been part of a journey into music which also led Kazuya Sato to study the piano, drums, and guitar. Today Sato has become a composer in his own right, preforming during a special Buddhist ceremony at UNESCO World Heritage Site Yakushi-ji Temple in Nara, and even taking a part in composition of the main theme for NHK TV drama ‘Gochisosan’ which went on to win Song of The Year at the 2014 Japan Record Awards 

Website https://www.kazuyasato.com/
Twitter https://twitter.com/skshinobue
Instagram https://www.instagram.com/shinobue.sato/
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Facebook https://www.facebook.com/shinobue.sato/
Official Shop https://fuchisou.stores.jp/



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