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Love Letter From Japan: Yayoi Ikawa

Jun 14 | Wed |
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Experience the beautiful melodies of Yayoi Ikawa as she serenades us with her love letter from Japan on June 14th, 2023 at 6 & 7:30 PM!

Introducing "LOVE LETTER FROM JAPAN," an enchanting concert series showcasing the rich musical and cultural bonds between New York and Japan. Join us for an extraordinary evening as we delve into the soul-stirring world of Japanese jazz piano, featuring the acclaimed pianist, Yayoi Ikawa, in a rare solo performance.

Immerse yourself in Ikawa's captivating melodies as she shares her remarkable talent on the keys. Yayoi Ikawa, a renowned composer and arranger, has been commissioned by prestigious organizations like the Modern Music Society of Tokyo, the Bill T. Jones/Arnie Zane Dance Company, and Montreal-based sculptor David Baumflek. She has lent her talents to esteemed bands led by Reggie Workman, Michael Carvin, Howard Johnson, Michal Urbaniak, Butch Morris, Craig Harris, Lenny Pickett, Frank Lacy, Lonnie Plaxico, Fostina Dixon, and many more. Her contributions have left an indelible mark on the music scene.

The concert will be held at two showtimes, 6:00 p.m. and 7:30 p.m., offering you the opportunity to choose the perfect moment to embark on this extraordinary musical voyage. Secure your tickets in advance for $25 or acquire them on the day of the show for $30. For further details, please visit our website at

Indulge in the harmonious connection between New York and Japan, as LOVE LETTER FROM JAPAN celebrates the beauty of jazz piano and the profound artistic exchange between these two vibrant cultures. Don't miss this exclusive event with the incredible Yayoi Ikawa—reserve your seat now for an unforgettable evening of musical enchantment.

Venue: Klavierhaus

790 11th Avenue Map