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Ayumi Ishito

Ayumi Ishito was born and raised in Ishikawa, Japan. At the age of 19, she began playing tenor saxophone in a college big band at Ritsumeikan University in Kyoto. In 2007, Ayumi received a scholarship to attend Berkee College of Music in Boston, Massachusetts. She spent three years there studying performance and composition. At Berklee, she studied with George Garzone, Hal Crook, and Frank Tiberi. After graduating from Berklee, Ayumi moved to New York in 2010. Currently, Ayumi is a regular member of The Jazz Thieves, GADADU, The Eighty-pound Pug, Platypus Revenge and Big Squid performing and recording for numerous projects

Album

Ocean Park Cafe

Label: Self Produced
Released: 2020
Track listing: Ocean Park Cafe

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News: Recording

Ayumi Ishito Puts The Soul Into Summer 2020 With Stellar New Single "Ocean Park Cafe'

Following hot on the success and critical-acclaim for her album Midnite Cinema from last year, soulful saxophonist Ayumi Ishito returns in 2020 with a stunning brand-new single called “Ocean Park Cafe.” Designed in our shared-but-isolated quarantine times amidst the thick of the worldwide pandemic, Ayumi & her talented band-mates recorded their parts for “Ocean Park Cafe” ...

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Video

Clown Ride

Featuring the music of Ayumi Ishito
Duration: 4:18

From the album Midnite Cinema. Ayumi Ishito: tenor saxophone; Hajime Yoshida: guitar; Steve Brickman: piano, keyboard, synthesizer; Yoshiki Yamada: bass; Carter Bales - drums.
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News: Recording

Experience Midnite Cinema With Ayumi Ishito April 26th & Come Out To The Release Party May 17th!

The free-spirited sounds and remarkably progressive structures that shine throughout Brooklyn-based artist Ayumi Ishito’s music are a stunning reflection of her life-long love for the true magic of jazz. From the first moment that Ayumi began to lead and compose music with an extraordinarily gifted & talented surrounding group of musicians that would become her official ...

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Still Shallow

Featuring the music of Ayumi Ishito
Duration: 5:00

From Saxophonist Ayumi Ishito's new album "View From A Little Cave". Ayumi Ishito: tenor and soprano saxophones; Matthew Albeck: electric guitar; Takafumi Suenaga: pianos, keyboard, organ, synthesizer; Yoshiki Yamada: electric bass; Carter Bales: drums,
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News: Video / DVD

Bassist John Gray And The Jazz Thieves "Brooklyn Elegy" Strike Again With New Video!

Bassist John Gray And The Jazz Thieves  "Brooklyn Elegy"  Strike Again With New Video!

New music video supporting their latest release Brooklyn Elegy. The Jazz Thieves, through personal and evocative lyrics, passionate and soulful improvisation, and thoughtful, wide-ranging originals revitalize jazz by reconnecting it to its roots. Inspired by their heroes Duke Ellington, Tom Waits, Bill Withers and Ray Charles, they “steal" the feel, fire and fervor of 70's soul, ...

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News: Recording

Saxophonist Ayumi Ishito Releases Debut Album, "View From A Little Cave"

Saxophonist Ayumi Ishito Releases Debut Album, "View From A Little Cave"

On Friday, December 16, the saxophonist, composer, and bandleader Ayumi Ishito will release her debut studio endeavor, an album entitled View From A Little Cave. The new collection of songs, entirely composed by Ishito, will be available on all major digital music platforms. Furthermore, a record release show is tentatively scheduled for New York City in ...


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