Upcoming Events

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Upcoming performances

 by

 Shirley Kazuyo Muramoto

 

 

 

 

Wakamatsu Festival 150
On SATURDAY, JUNE 8

12:30 to 1:15

Keyaki Stage

 

American River Conservancy invites the public to celebrate
the 150th anniversary of the first Japanese colony in America
at the historic location of their 1869 tea and silk farm in Placerville, CA.

WakamatsuFest150 is a celebration of 150 years of Japanese-American heritage, arts, and  cuisine.
The festival will feature Japanese and Japanese American food,  art, music, performances, demonstrations, discussions, and more. 
 Booths will offer Asian and other foods, information, and merchandise.
 Docents will share stories about the first Japanese colonists who established  their tea and silk farm on the property.
Each day will feature the  world premiere live play,
Gold Hill Samurai. Speakers will share knowledge and experience honoring
the past,  present, and future of Wakamatsu Farm and surrounding El Dorado County.
 Local and international visitors, dignitaries, and tour groups will  join this event.

The festival location is Wakamatsu Farm, the site of the first Japanese Colony in the USA.
Don’t miss your chance to enjoy this one-and-only sesquicentennial celebration!

 

I will perform with Isako Kajun Kashino and Brian Mitsuhiro Wong

 

https://www.arconservancy.org/wakafest150/


 

Poster_WF150

 

Thursday, July 25, 2019
 Summer Lunchtime Concert Series,

presented by Yerba Buena Gardens Festival

 and the Counsul General of Japan in San Francisco

Location: Yerba Buena Gardens, San Francisco

Time: 12:30pm-1:30pm

Free admission

Content:  Performance by Murasaki Ensemble, featuring Shirley Kazuyo Muramoto (koto),

 Jeff Massanari (guitar), Vince Delgado (percussion), Mark Heshima Williams (string bass);

music featuring Japanese themes and ideas.


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