Results for "Rema Hasumi"
Rema Hasumi (born in Fukuoka, Japan) is a pianist/vocalist who is based out of Brooklyn, NY. Rema has performed at venues across NY, the United States and Asia. In 2009 she performed at the Kennedy Center as one of the four finalists of Mary Lou Williams Women in Jazz Pianist Competition. More recently, upon invitation by acclaimed vocalist Jen Shyu, Rema presented her solo work “The Patterns of Duplicity” at a series of “Solo Rites” concerts by Ms. Shyu. The piece featured the poetry “Spring and Asura”(1925) by Kenji Miyazawa interpreted in multiple languages, exploring the possibilities of musical ideas unique and inherent to each language
by Dan McClenaghan
Pianist Rema Hasumi, Japanese-born and now New York City-based, calls her compositions sound stories. Those stories" sound like tales drifting out of a dream land: untethered to time and place, free-flowing and graceful, strikingly pretty, sometimes spooky, and starkly rendered, with the input of her empathic trio that includes bassist Masa Kamaguchi and drummer Randy Peterson, ...
by Jakob Baekgaard
There once was a painter. He wanted to paint everything in the world, so he took the largest canvas he could ever find and started painting in his studio. In the beginning, people came by and watched interestedly as the landscapes spread around on the white canvas and detailed characters began to emerge in a world ...