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DESCRIPTION, STYLE, OTHER DETAILS:
LOCATION: East Coast. My main DOJO is in NYC, but I have branches in Philadelphia, Rochester/Syracuse, and Baltimore/Wash.D.C. I also have 80 students altogether including cassette & "Computer" students in 26 states and 6 foreign countries.
NAME: Ronnie Nyogetsu Reishin Seldin
TRAVEL RADIUS: Anywhere is possible. I have performed professionally in most of the USA, as well as Argentina, Scotland, Canada, Chile, Mexico, and have done annual Concert Tours of Japan since 1980.
AVAILABLE FOR: Any type of Shakuhachi Performance, although I specialize in Solo performances. I can supply more then one Shakuhachi player, as well as Koto and Shamisen players, Taiko Drummers, Kabuki Dancers, etc.
PAY RANGE: Depends upon nature of job.
DESCRIPTION, STYLE, OTHER DETAILS: I hold two DAI SHIHAN MENJO(Grand master's Licenses) , the latest at the rank of Kyu-Dan (9th level) from the Shakuhachi Living National Treasure - Aoki Reibo. My original DAI SHIHAN MENJO was from my teacher Kurahashi Yodo in 1980. I have been Grammy and Oscar nominated. I teach and perofrm 3 styles of Shakuhachi- KINKO, FUKE-MEIAN, and NEZA-SA-HA.
I have been Artist in Residence at two Universities, and have taught and done demonstartions at Elementary , middle schools, and High Schools , as well. I have performed on many movie sound tracks, with Symphonic orchestras, and will perform this November at Lincoln Center in a Japanese OPERA "Kurofune (Black Ships).
My website is <http://www.nyogetsu.com>
Please contact at <firstname.lastname@example.org>
...or call me at 917-207-6724
Last edited by Nyogetsu (2006-09-19 00:22:25)
LOCATION: Portland, ME
NAME: Phil Nyokai James
TRAVEL RADIUS: wherever
AVAILABLE FOR: concerts, lectures, lecture/demos, events, collaboration with dancers and other performers
PAY RANGE: varies
DESCRIPTION, STYLE, OTHER DETAILS: Traditional honkyoku (Meian and Kinko), sankyoku, modern. Trained in western music, especially classical and jazz, so can improvise in many styles. See http://nyokai.com
LOCATION: Boston , MA
TRAVEL RADIUS: everywhere
AVAILABLE FOR: Recordings , Performances , Lessons
PAY RANGE: affortable
DESCRIPTION, STYLE, OTHER DETAILS: Jazz , Clasical , Ambience. World
I have acces to recording studios , so I am able to do online jobs (recordings).
You send me the tracs , I will recorded and send it to you right away.
LOCATION: New York City
NAME:Dominic Shodo Cammarota
TRAVEL RADIUS: North America
AVAILABLE FOR: All Occasions
PAY RANGE: Varies
DESCRIPTION, STYLE, OTHER DETAILS: I play traditional Tozan style music as a soloist and as part of an ensemble. I also play enka and minyo songs as requested. I will also be one of the featured performers in the upcoming documentary about New York City Buskers http:// www.subwaybusker.com
Please see my website for additional information. http://www.tozanfew.com
LOCATION: Boston, Mass. (I live in Quincy)
TRAVEL RADIUS: Anywhere (no car though!)
AVAILABLE FOR: I am not a very good Shakuhachi player but I do play Drums and Percussion
PAY RANGE: Enough to to make two days worth of soup.
DESCRIPTION, STYLE, OTHER DETAILS: Studied Tabla in India, Drum kit in Boston and New York. Played in folk, reggae, rock, jazz, wold music groups in the past. Studied shakuhachi in Ehime, Japan from a local vegtable seller/farmer....is it o.k to post?!
LOCATION:Princeton area, New Jersey
TRAVEL RADIUS:NJ, PA, NY or i could use a good excuse to go to CA!
AVAILABLE FOR:Performance, workshops, events, ceremonies, recording, etc.
PAY RANGE:Quite flexible.
DESCRIPTION, STYLE, OTHER DETAILS:Kinko school Chikuyusha style, classical sankyoku, honkyoku, also collaboration with other instruments in early 20th century as well as more modern pieces. I have a koto player, pianist, soprano, percussionist, and other shakuhachi players I often work with for ensemble if need be.
Have performed often over the years around Princeton, and also in Manhattan. Some highlights include the Coalition For Peace Action's Nagasaki/Hiroshima Memorial (5 years running); Yearly Lunar New Year and MidAutumn Festival recitals at Holsome Tea in Princeton; the Rutgers Japanese club's Sakura Matsuri; doing a history/background lecture and performance for High School Japanese classes in Newark; providing music for Shumei New York events; and accompanying the NY Sawai Koto Academy at the Tokyo Fiesta in Grand Central Station.
www.myspace.com/glennswannshakuhachi (with the caveat that the recordings there are from 4 years ago and i sound much different now. Have to make some new ones!!)