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August 11, 2011

Naoko Nakagawa & Jean-Ronald LaFond Voice Recital for Japan

♦ Thursday, August 18, 2011 - 7:00PM (door opens at 6:30PM)
   at WMP Concert Hall (31 East, 28th Street New York, NY 10016)

Performers : Naoko Nakagawa (Soprano), Jean-Ronald LaFond (Tenor)
Accompanied by : Joan Krueger (Piano), Satoshi Kanazawa (Composition, Piano)
Tickets : $20 (in advance), $25 (at the door)
Advance ticket purchase is available on AAJ's website
More details and ticket purchase : Artists in Action for Japan

May 08, 2011

Artists in Action for Japan Presents "Benefit Concert for Japan 002"
-Raise Funds for Japan Earthquake Relief Effort-

♦Saturday, May 21 - 6:00pm (the door opens at 5:30pm) at The Church-in-the-Gardens (50 Ascan Avenue, Forest Hills, NY 11375)

(A reception will follow after the concert at the lounge in the church.)

Suggested Donation : Adult $20 / Senior, Student $15 / Age 12 and under Free w/suggested donation
(Cash Only at the door. Adult tickets can be purchased online. Donation of any amount are welcome.)

All profits from the sales of tickets will be donated to Japan Center for International Exchange (JCIE/USA) to support Japanese NPO/NGO currently working in devastated areas in North-Eastern Japan.

[ Jazz ] Oliver Lake (Saxophone), Yoichi Uzeki (Piano)
[ Classical ] Nanae Soma (Soprano), Naoko Nakagawa (Soprano), Satoshi Kanazawa (Composition, Piano)
[ Poetry Reading ] Mana Hashimoto, Daniel Abse (Actor)
[ Special Performers from P.S. 101 and P.S. 196 ] Steven Teh, Sydney Teh, Yumito Torigoe, Yuki Kanazawa

-Traditional Japanese Cultural Activities-
[ Ikebana/Kado, Japanese Flower Arrangement ] Mai Saeki (OHANA President), NY Flower Design School
[ Japanese Tea Ceremony ] Forest Hills Friends with Tea

This event is supported by Consulate General of Japan in New York, Japan Center for International Exchange (JCIE/USA), and Sake One.

Artists in Action for Japan

April 05, 2011

Satoshi has launched a project named "Artists in Action for Japan".

Satoshi Kanazawa has launched non-profit artist-based Japan relief project named "Artists in Action for Japan"(AAJ) in order to raise funds for Japan quake victims to help them recover from catastrophic disasters.
Official Website :

Artists in Action for Japan

September 15, 2010

"A Night of Jazz and Classical Music"

♦ Friday, September 24 - 6:00pm at Mile's Cafe
[ 7:00pm-8:45pm Classical and Contemporary Music ]
Naoko Nakagawa (soprano), Satoshi Kanazawa (composition, piano), Yuki Kanazawa (violin), Yuko Takebe (Visual Effect)
[ 9:00pm-10:45pm Jazz Music ]
Andrew Bemkey Trio

Charge : $10 for each show, $18 for 2 shows
Drink Minimum : 1 drink each show
(Reception : Free snacks will be served at the lounge from 6:00pm to 7:00pm.)

Supported by Aomori Prefecture Hometown club, Mar Creation, inc. Anton Deflon (Photo)

A Night of  Jazz and Classical Music

November 28, 2009

Mar Creation presents "2009 Tri-Star Holiday Concert"

♦ Saturday, December 5 - 7:30pm at The Korean Community Church of NJ, U.M.C. in Englewood, NJ
♦ Sunday, December 6 - 3:30pm at St.Paul's Episcopal Church in Riverside,CT
♦ Saturday, December 12 - 7:30pm at Ann Goodman Recital Hall (Kaufman Center 2F) in Manhattan, NY

Artists : Naoko & Satoshi Kanazawa (Classical), m2duo (Tango), Nabuko Kiryu (Jazz)
Tickets : $20 (Advance) / $25 (Door)
Children up to 12 years old are free per one ticket purchase ($5.00 from second child).

Contact : 917-400-9362,

September 4, 2009

1st album "Flowing Blue" in stores now!

Satoshi Kanazawa's 1st album "Flowing Blue" is now available at stores.

Flowing Blue iTunes
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August 1, 2009

1st album "Flowing Blue" CD Release Concert

Satoshi kanazawa is releasing his 1st album entitled "Flowing Blue" on September 4, and having his CD release show!

♦ Friday, September 4 - 7:00pm at JAA Hall in Manhattan, NY
Guest : Naoko Kanazawa (soprano)
Tickets : Adults $15 (includes a CD of 'Flowing Blue / Satoshi Kanazawa') / Children $7 (over 6 years old)
*All ages show

Satoshi Kanazawa Flowing Blue CD Release Concert

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