March 14, 2015
HARUKA NAKAMURA PIANO ENSEMBLE JAPAN TOUR 2015 ANNOUNCED

haruka nakamura PIANO ENSEMBLE takes to the road. We’re excited to announce their upcoming Japan tour in support of the new album 音楽のある風景 (Ongaku No Aru Fuukei). First show is already sold out and more dates will be added in the coming weeks. We hope to see you at the shows.

03.21 Yamagata @ BUNSYOKAN HALL *SOLD OUT*
05.06 Sasayama, Hyogo @ RIZM
07.20 Nagoya @ 5/R HALL
10.18 Yufin, Oita @ ARTEGIO
12.25 Kyoto @ THE MUSEUM OF KYOTO

and more…

March 10, 2015
ASPIDISTRAFLY FEATURED IN ‘QUIET CORNER ~ A COLLECTION OF SENSITIVE MUSIC’ BY HMV JAPAN

ASPIDISTRAFLY is featured on the ‘Quiet Corner ~ a collection of sensitive music’ book published and curated by HMV JAPAN head of World/Jazz Yuki Yamamoto. Recommended read.

BUY ONLINE – http://www.amazon.co.jp/dp/4401640799

March 4, 2015
HARUKA NAKAMURA & SONICBRAT FEATURED IN ‘QUIET MOMENTS PRESENTS PIANO TONE’ COMPILATION

Excited to announce exclusive tracks by our wonderful artists, haruka nakamura and sonicbrat, will be featured in the upcoming compilation ‘Quiet Moments presents PIANO TONE’. It also includes other acclaimed modern classical composers feat. Ólafur Arnalds, Nils Frahm, Fabrizio Paterlini, Akira Kosemura and more. Pre-release at all Tower Records Japan on 19 March 2015.

MORE INFO – http://www.inpartmaint.com/site/12456/

March 4, 2015
MUSIC BY JANIS CRUNCH COMMISSIONED BY SHISEIDO (JAPAN)

New music by Janis Crunch (with violins by rie nemoto) commissioned by SHISEIDO, featuring a collaboration with Japanese graphic designer Yoshie Watanabe of KIGI.

READ MORE – http://www.shiseido.co.jp/benefique/brandstory
JANIS CRUNCH HP – http://www.janiscrunchmusik.com

February 21, 2015
HARUKA NAKAMURA FEATURED ON DACAPO MAGAZINE (JAPAN)

Japanese web magazine Dacapo posted some really nice words about haruka nakamura’s new album「音楽のある風景」and upcoming nationwide Japan tour.

“The music of haruka nakamura is reminiscent of a ‘prayer’ and he has found ‘light’ in the darkness. This is extremely sophisticated serene chamber music.”

READ MORE – http://dacapo.magazineworld.jp/music/156703/