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Motoshi Kosako


International Jazz Harp Competition 2nd Place! Motoshi was born in the sister city of Sacramento, Matsuyama City, Japan. Motoshi began his long pursuit of music at three years of age, with the piano, then continued with the guitar. His love of music has influenced his life deeply. In Japan all through his studies in The University of Tokyo, with university level Judo competition, and in becoming a sushi chef, music was always a driving beat to his life. This drive and rhythm comes through no matter what instrument he is playing. Whether he is performing for a private wedding or event, or performing on stage with his electric guitar

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Sierra Jazz Society January Concert With Faculty And Students

Grass Valley jazz: Bill Douglass leads the musical lineup including John Girton, Kit Bailey, Nora Nausbaum, Al Bent and SJS students. Our special guests are jazz vocalist Beth Duncan and jazzharpist Motoshi Kosako. We'll serve complimentary Coffee and cookies. Join us on January 19 at 2 pm for the last in our Winter Concert series. Venue ...


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