Yoshiki Masterclass at the Frost School of Music.





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Streamed live on Jun 27, 2019

Masterclass on June 27 at the Frost School of Music with one of the world’s most prominent recording artists, composer, pianist, rock drummer and leader of the rock group X Japan, Yoshiki.

Yoshiki was named by Consequence of Sound as “one of the most influential musicians and composers in Japanese history" and is described by Billboard Magazine as "prolific" and "a musical innovator." He received the Asian Icon Award from UK’s Classic Rock Magazine and in 2017 was chosen to be the first-ever Japanese man on the Vogue Japan cover.

Yoshiki and Frost School of Music Dean, Shelton Glen Berg have worked on several projects together which include:

• "Yoshiki Classical Special" at Carnegie Hall, including 2 sold out performances and a PBS special
• “Anniversary" - a piano concerto performed at the Imperial Palace for the 10th anniversary of the Emperor’s coronation
• “Art of Life” with the Royal Philharmonic Orchestra
• "Golden Globes Awards" Theme
• “Yoshiki Classical” album and Classical Tour with the Tokyo Philharmonic
• “I’ll Be Your Love” - Theme for the World Expo in Nagoya
• “Black Diamond” with the American Symphony Orchestra for the KISS Tribute Album
• “Foreign Sand” with Roger Taylor from Queen
• “Red Swan” theme for “Attack on Titan” anime series
• “Miracle” with Sarah Brightman


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