Asako Tamura Appears on 12th Circle Wind Concert ! 

HaraHara Singers Will Be Coming from Higashi-Matsushima, Japan

The Circle Wind Concert, commemorating 9.11 tragedy in 2001 and 3.11 tsunami disaster in Japan in 2011, will be held at Kaufman Music Center, Merkin Hall at 129 67th Street starting 6:30pm.
This year we will welcome a world acclaimed soprano soloist, Asako Tamura. Her many appearances in orchestral concerts around the world include the one with The Three Tenors, Domingo, Pavarotti and Carreras. Masterpieces of Ave Maria written by different composers are her signature songs and we are fortunate to have her on our stage this time. Japan Choral Harmony TOMO will collaborate with her in some of the Ave Maria songs.
Also featured will be Yurika Mihara, an acclaimed pianist in New York, and HaraHara Singers from Higashi-Matsushima, Miyagi, one of the most heavily devastated areas hit by the Great East-Japan Earthquake and Tsunami in 2011.They have been active in a number of events to support the victims for recovering from the devastation.

The Circle Wind Boys & Girls Choir will host the concert along with Japan Choral Harmony TOMO as well as the Circle Wind Chamber Ensemble as they did last year. Kyoko Gasha, senior producer of Thomson Reuters and film director, will be the MC for the night. Donations made during the concert will be delivered to The Children's Future Institute, Miyagi Prefecture, that has been supporting the children in the devastated areas by 3.11 tsunami by way of publishing a children's newspaper periodically.

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