When I Sing Kento Tsubosaka

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  • 1When I Sing05:42
  • 2With Time05:56
  • 3Tree of Children05:50
  • 4Departure07:13
  • 5Ballad in A-Flat Major06:04
  • 6The Joy of Living04:15
  • 7Prelude No. 1 in E Major04:11
  • 8Kirari05:05
  • 9Sainara Adiós01:26
  • Total Runtime45:42

Info for When I Sing

Fresh and intense solo piano. Debut album produced by Makoto Ozone. After graduating from Keio University, she moved to the U.S. and was selected for the Berklee Global Jazz Institute, where Danilo Perez serves as music director. In November, she held her first recital "Departure" at the Ginza Yamaha Hall. In November, she held her first recital "Departure" at Ginza Yamaha Hall. Her debut album, produced by Makoto Ozone, consists entirely of her own original compositions. The album is a perfect showcase of her talent, with original compositions reminiscent of Rachmaninoff, Chopin, and others, and her fresh and intense playing reminiscent of a young Keith Jarrett. The sound of the piano, recorded in a classical hall, is also notably beautiful.

Kento Tsubosaka, piano

Kento Tsubosaka
pianist, keyboardist, composer, was born in Yokohama, Japan.

In 2013, he was selected through an audition process to participate in Saito Kinen Jazz Workshop under the instruction of Junko Onishi, as part of the annual Saito Kinen Festival, with Seiji Ozawa as the music director.

Kento moved to Boston in order to study at Berklee College of Music, where he entered with a scholarship in Spring 2017. He has been studying with several notable musicians such as Vadim Neselovskyi and Terence Blanchard.

In Fall 2017, he was selected to be a part of the Berklee Global Jazz Institute, an honors program led by Danilo Perez.

Kento graduated from Berklee in 2019, he has perfomed with Paquito D'Rivera, Catherine Russell, Miguel Zenón, and John Patitucci.

He co-leads "soraya" with Kurena Ishikawa and has released 1st single "Hitori/Chiisaku Sayonarawo".

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