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Yayoi Ikawa Quintet

the cell
New York, NY


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"Yayoi is a wonder, than comes along very rarely in each generation. A big intellect, with a big emotional spectrum, and totally unique sound... She can do anything she thinks or feels" Gil Goldstein (arranger/pianist)

Born in Tokyo, Japan, and raised musically in New York, Yayoi Ikawa is a pianist/composer/ arranger currently living in Brooklyn, New York. Yayoi attended The New School University where she received the Henry and Gill Block scholarship. Being exposed to diverse music scene in New York, Yayoi started to work as a sideperson in Jazz, Gospel, Latin, R&B and hip hop groups since the early stage of her career. After completing her studies at New School, Yayoi was a faculty member at the International Jazz and Dance Academy in Slovenia along with her mentor Reggie Workman in 2003 and 2004.

After recording a straight ahead jazz piano trio on Nippon Crown release "Angel Eyes" in 2004, she self produced "Color of Dreams" displaying her original compositions. Yayoi has toured nationally as well as internationally with her groups, and appeared International Jazz festivals in Japan, Italy and Costa Rica. While working towards her master degree at NYU, Yayoi's orchestra work for film was premiered at Lincoln Center in 2007. In 2008, Yayoi started "The Bridge Project" to create musical dialogue between New York and Tokyo musicians in an experimental environment.

Yayoi has worked with such artists as Reggie Workman, Michael Carvin, Howard Johnson, Lenny Pickett, Frank Lacy, Butch Morris, Emeline Michel, Daniel Bernard Roumain, Blitz the Ambassador etc. She co-leads an improvisational duo Go-Zee-Lah with a vocalist Kyoko Kitamura. Yayoi was a music coordinator at St Paul Baptist Church in Montclair NJ until 2013. She also holds a bachelor's degree in International Studies from International Christian University in Tokyo, Japan.

Location
  the cell
338 West 23rd Street
New York, NY 10011
United States

Dates
 
First: Saturday Mar 14, 2015 7:30 PM
Last: Saturday Mar 17, 2018 9:15 PM

Prices
 
$10.00 - $15.00

Contact
 
Who: the cell
Phone: 646 861 2253
Email: thecelltheatre@gmail.com
Web: http://thecelltheatre.org

More Info
 
Kid Friendly: Yes!
Dog Friendly: No
Non-Smoking: Yes!
Wheelchair Accessible: Yes!

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