June 17th, 2017 Hand in Hand
A concert to benefit the Greenville NH food pantry
This promises to be a cornucopia of relaxing music. Yes, a smooth set of classical flute and guitar, mixed with Jane’s original award winning folk songs, then top that off with Hiroya’s lyrical guitar that will warm the soul like the changing colors of a early summer’s sunset.
Allow me to introduce you to Hiroya; Originally from Kyoto, Japan, this musician and composer began playing banjo when he was 13 years old. In 2000, he received a scholarship to Berklee College of Music and came to the United States. Since then, he has been performing internationally, including several appearances with his group at the Blue Note jazz club in New York’s Greenwich Village. He has also performed on Japanese National Television. To his credit and hard work He has released five albums to date.
Additional information about this artist, visit www.hiroyasukamoto.com;
Additional information about the concert “The living Room Coffee House” in Mason Website: https://thelivingroomcoffeehouse.wordpress.com
What people are saying about Hiroya;
“Plays with fluid mastery, pristine tone, and great warmth.” Acoustic Guitar “…chops, passion and warmth. Zealously recommended!” Jazz Review.com “Hiroya takes us to an impressionistic journey” Boston Herald
“Hiroya immediately impressed the audience with his technical prowess on the guitar. Then as the concert progressed, he also revealed himself to be a skilled songwriter, a poetic spirit, and an engaging story teller. With a stage presence that is both humble and confident, Hiroya is a generous performer who won every heart in the house.” -Gordon Peery / Monadnock Center for History and Culture (Peterborough, NH)