Hiromi, a miniature pianist and composer from Japan, is a phenomenon of the modern jazz scene. They say that she combined the geniuses of Oscar Peterson and Ferenc Liszt: she possesses tremendous freedom of improvisation, amazing harmonious instinct and extraordinary virtuosity. Hiromi has long won recognition from the public and critics in the jazz world and beyond. She performed with legendary musicians, participated in the prestigious BBC Proms series in London, recorded 12 albums, including a duet with Chick Koria, many of them were awarded.
On October 13, 2020, Hiromi will give the only concert in Moscow. Prior to that, she came to Russia three times, in 2011, 2014 and in 2019, performing with great success at the Moscow Conservatory and the House of Music. The pianist conquered the audience with her elemental temperament and limitless technical capabilities. Thanks to her original style, virtuosity and powerful energy, the pianist overcomes the boundaries of style boundaries, her art is a mixture of different styles of jazz, fusion, rock music and classical. “I always crave new things and keep my ears open, ready to learn every minute,” she says.
Today, Hiromi occupies a leading position in the generation of musicians of the XXI century, continuing the galaxy of excellent Japanese jazzmen. As a rule, the program of her solo performances consists of her own compositions and interpretations of famous jazz standards. Hiromi’s ingenious and passionate improvisations, her directness in communicating with the audience and her ability to make an exciting show, always cause a lively reaction from the audience and provide an opportunity to survive a million different moods during the evening. “Some people are persistently engaged in jazz, others in classical music, and others in rock. Everyone is very concerned about being liked by their public. I think all music is beautiful. For me there are no obstacles between styles. I perceive everything - from metal to classical music and any other. ”