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SPECIAL ENCORE 
The Piano Guys
Performance of the Month

   On Demand Weekend

Alexander Kobrin
presented by Downtown Piano Works

   On Demand Weekend

Gerald Clayton Trio
from the Kennedy Center Jazz Club

   On Demand Weekend

NEW!
Matthew Whitaker
Performance of the Month

   

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Keiko Matsui

  

Musical Instrument Museum
4725 E Mayo Blvd
Phoenix, AZ 85050

Contemporary jazz icon Keiko Matsui has won the hearts of fans all over the world with her free spirit, creative genius, and sheer talent.

As one of the most recognized artists in the genre, Matsui has worked with some of the greats—including Stevie Wonder, Miles Davis, and Bob James—and has sold over 1.2 million records in the US alone, in addition to countless sold-out appearances in concert halls across the globe. Known for her elegant and memorable piano melodies, Matsui has said, "[I] always wanted to write melodies that stay in people’s hearts like traditional music or classical music, where the music lives on for centuries”.

Enjoy this special concert from one of the brightest stars in instrumental music.



This unedited performance was originally streamed live and broadcast on April 30, 2019, from Musical Instrument Museum in Phoenix, AZ.

*photo by: Sandrine Lee
Contemporary jazz icon Keiko Matsui has won the hearts of fans all over the world with her free spirit, creative genius, and sheer talent.

As one of the most recognized artists in the genre, Matsui has worked with some of the greats—including Stevie Wonder, Miles Davis, and Bob James—and has sold over 1.2 million records in the US alone, in addition to countless sold-out appearances in concert halls across the globe. Known for her elegant and memorable piano melodies, Matsui has said, "[I] always wanted to write melodies that stay in people’s hearts like traditional music or classical music, where the music lives on for centuries”.

Enjoy this special concert from one of the brightest stars in instrumental music.



This unedited performance was originally streamed live and broadcast on April 30, 2019, from Musical Instrument Museum in Phoenix, AZ.

*photo by: Sandrine Lee