||Born in Takanosu town, Akita-pref.,
||Debut to the musical world
at the Bach Recital
||Composed and performed the
pantomime play, "Light of the Street", the headline
performance of the Okayama Pref. Art Festival.
||Met with 11-string guitar
||Performed a lute
duet from the Renaissance period on an 11-string guitar with
Mitsuyo Nishimura, a troubadour harp player.
||Invited to the guitar festival held at the Seoul
Olympic Memorial Hall and performed the suite, "The Way
||Recital at Suntory Hall. Planned and held at the
first Hachimantai Music Festival in Kazuno-city, Akita-pref.
||Won international recognition at a recital, which
featured 11-string guitar pieces of his own composition, held
at Carnegie Hall, in New York.
||Joint concert with a "Hand-worker" Kichibei,
in Kanagawa Music Hall. Invited to play at the 25th San Francisco
Cherry Blossom Festival. Recital in Casals Hall with a complete
program of original works.
Held the release commemoration recitals for the CD album
"Remembrance" in Kanda Anglican Church, Harmony
Hall in Matsumoto and Atorion Concert Hall in Akita.
||Held an open-air concert at the south side of
the runway (Shibayama town) in Narita International Airport.
Requiem "Wind Blows" (words by Magoichi Kushida) released.
Participated in Yamaguchi World Music Festival.
||Held a joint recital with a flute player, Hiroyuki
Koinuma and released "Music of Hikari" for Bamboo
Flute and 6-string guitar (joint composition). Released "Reimei"-
the first movement for 11-string guitar and female voice at
the 7th Hachimantai Music Festival. Held a dedicatory concert
at Ise shrine.
||"Reimei" is first performed
(in 3 complete movements) in Rakuyo Church in Kyoto Held concerts
for repose of the soul in countries in Eastern and Northern
Europe including the Republic of Belarus 10 years after since
the accident of Chrnobyl.
||Recital in Hamarikyu Asahi Concert Hall. Released
the album, "Reimei". Held a concert "Sound of
Prayer" with the poet, Sansyo Yamao, in Kofuku Temple in
Nara and played the song "Prayer of Autumn"
||Held a nationwide series of concerts with singer,
Chie Matsui,. Played a number of songs such as "Elegy",
"Five-Colored Water" and "Letter from Home".
||Developed small-scale concerts throughout
Japan. Continued activities having faith to connect music from
heart to heart and from soul to soul. The first performance
of "Dance of Ryujin" in Yaku Island and the first
performance of "Sand of Stars" and "Christmas
of Fairy" in Tokyo Opera City Oumi-rakudo
||Developed joint concerts all over
the country with a pantomime artist, Kiyoshi Shimizu,. Released
CD album "Mizukagami". Held the release of the commemoration
recital in Kanda Anglican Church.
||Original CD's "The Remains of
Wind", "Remembrance", "Reimei" and