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Kyoichiro Kori [Tb] / Brasilia

Kyoichiro Kori [Tb] / Brasilia


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Hiroko Hayashi [Piano]

Recorded : November 10th - 12th 2010 at Inagishi iplaza Hall, Tokyo

“The trombone has now become an indispensable presence in all genres, including classical music, brass band, jazz, and pop music. And as a player who continues to pioneer a new world of trombone while crossing all genres - As a player of the popular professional brass band "Siena Wind Orchestra", as a solo jazz player, as a big band player. As a leader, classical player, and instructor, the genre continues to expand (excerpt from Tekka Togashi liner notes)” Kyoichiro Kori. A solo album that has been a dream of many years has finally been completed!!


[1] R. Dewhurst: Brasilia
Robin Dewhurst : Brasilia
JM Dufay: Two Dances
Jean-Michel Defaye: Deux Dances
[2] Sacred Dance Danse Sacree
[3] Secular Dances Danse Profane
[4] S. Rachmaninov: Elegy Sergei Rachmaninov : Elegie
GB Pergolesi: Sinfonia Giovanni Battista Pergolesi : Sinfonia
[5] Andante
[6] Allegro con brio
[7] Adagio
[8] Allegro
[9] D. Lieb: Song and Dance Dick Lieb: Song and Dance
[10] R. Boutry: Capriccio Roger Boutry : Capriccio
[11] JG Ropartz: Piece in E flat minor Joseph-Guy Ropartz: Piece en mi bemol mineur
[12] P. Sparke: Song for Ina Philip Sparke: Song for Ina
[13] Blue Bells of Scotland
[14] S. Nestico: Reflective Mood
Sammy Nestico: Reflective Mood
[15] R. Carpenter, J. Bettis, A. Hammond: The Radiance of Youth
Richard Carpenter, John Bettis & Albert Hammond: I Need To Be In Love
[16] E. Cook: Bolivar Eric Cook: Bolivar


[Kyoichiro Kori] Kyoichiro Kori, trombone
Born in Fukuoka City in February 1968. Started playing the piano at the age of 3, moved to Miyazaki City at the age of 10, studied the flute under Naoko Kirihara, and started playing the trombone at the age of 12. Graduated from Toho Gakuen University Music Department in 1990 after studying music at Toho Gakuen High School. Completed Musashino Music Academy jazz department with excellent grades. Short-term study abroad in France. He studied under Shigeki Ide, Sumio Miwa, Hiroyuki Odagiri, Satoshi Kamiya, and Yves Demar. Studied chamber music with the Tokyo Trombone Quartet, Hosei Soken, Hidehiko Fukuda, and Kenji Tamiya. Studied jazz under Shigeharu Mukai and Michio Kagiwada. He has taken many public lessons such as I. Bousfield and B. Sloker. He studied conducting under the late Morihiro Okabe and Nanao Yamamoto. Joined the Siena Wind Orchestra in 1991. Performed a concerto with the company conducted by Yutaka Sado, and received favorable reviews. For 9 years from 1996, he also served as a representative of the group's musicians and contributed to the development of the group. Won first place in the quartet section of the 1st Japan Trombone Competition and won the Japan Band Society Award. Invited performance at the Trombone Festival. At the festival, he also serves as a guest, lecturer, and chairman of the executive committee. Siena Brass, member of the Musica Mundana Trombone Ensemble. Leader of the trombone ensemble Colin. Many TV appearances and CD / DVD production participation. Performed as a soloist in various brass bands and brass bands. He also performs in various places as a player of the Japan New Philharmonic Orchestra. Guest performances in most orchestras in the Tokyo metropolitan area, participation in domestic and international music festivals such as Hong Kong, Kurashiki, Shiga Kogen, Berlin Deutsche Oper, Polish National Krakow Chamber Orchestra, Russian Hermitage Orchestra, Czech Prague Orchestra, He has performed in Japan with the St. Petersburg Philharmonic Orchestra and the Leningrad State Opera Orchestra. He has also worked as a judge and written for various magazines, and has also published a trombone instructional book from Yamaha Music Media. He also puts effort into teaching in various places, and his students and groups often achieve excellent results in various competitions. He has also worked extensively on studio recordings and jazz, and has performed with many famous musicians both at home and abroad, such as Eiji Kitamura, Fumio Karashima, Tomonao Hara, Bill Watrous, Richie Cole, and Bobby Shue, and has performed regularly at famous live houses. Active in a wide range of genres. Lecturer at Showa College of Music, Showa College of Music, Music School, Kunitachi Conservatory, Music School Dacapo. Executive Director of the Japan Trombone Association. Former councilor of Chofu City Cultural Community Promotion Foundation.

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As of April 2011