Gershwin, The Beatles and More!
Solo Jazz Journey – Hiroko Kokubu on Piano Sunday, May 26, 2019 at Padma Legian
Hiroko Kokubu – a Tokyo-born and internationally acclaimed jazz musician, composer, arranger, and television-radio personality will come to Bali for a one-night-only performance at the Padma Resort Legian on Sunday, May 26, 2019.
Appearing in the Plumeria Ballroom in a concert appearance entitled “Solo Jazz Journey by Hiroko Kokubu” a program of music will be performed including works by George Gershwin, songs from the Beatles songbook, and original compositions by the artist.
Classically trained at the Kunitachi Music College, Kokubu shifted to New York City to study jazz under such jazz greats as BeeBop exponent Barry Harris. Her first Album “More than you Know” originally released in Japan in 1987 (and later in the USA), was acclaimed as "the debut album of a great woman pianist and composer.” 9 albums later, released in both the USA and Japan, Kokubu has a solid repertoire of beautiful melodies and infectious improvisations to her credit.
The Japanese artists is famed for the warm rapport and good humored banter she establishes while playing for her international audiences, a skill acquired while working as an anchor woman on CNN News in Japan and as a radio DJ.
Her growing circle of devoted fans has widened following successful appearances at the Jakarta Jazz Festival and Catalina Jazz Festival (USA).
One Night Only
Hiroku Kokubu will perform at the Plumeria Grand Ballroom of the Padma Legian Resort on Sunday, May 26, 2019 in a performance starting at 6:00 pm.
Venue doors open at 5:00 pm with pre show canapés and drinks included. Cost of participation in this memorable evening is only Rp. 300,000 net per person, including pre-show refreshment.
For an additional Rp. 200,000 net per person concert goers can join a limited attendance meet and greet gathering with Hiroko Kokubu after the show.
50% discounts are available for music school students and 30% off for people paying with BCA credit and debit cards.
For more information telephone ++62-(0)361-3707 4172 or Email