Maiko Hata ‘Peaceful Erosion’ CD Release Show!

18
/ Nov
Sunday
2018

Maiko Hata ‘Peaceful Erosion’ CD Release Show!

Venue
Front Room
Time
07:00 pm
Price
$10 adv / $15 door

BSP Kingston presents

Maiko Hata “Peaceful Erosion” CD Release show!
http://www.maikopeacethroughjazz.com/

$10 adv / $15 door | 7PM Doors / 7:30 Show (2 sets) | All Ages

Tickets available online :: https://bit.ly/2OJbj1S
and locally (cash only no fees) at
outdated: an antique café // Rocket Number Nine
Jack’s Rhythms // Darkside Records // Woodstock Music Shop

Maiko Hata was born and raised in Hyogo, Japan. She started classical piano at age 7, and began theater, ballet, and musical performance throughout the early school years. During high school she developed an interest in classical singing, began performing as a lead singer in the school choir and performed at local music festivals. After graduating high school she attended the school of Arrow Jazz Orchestra in Japan and began studying with a private jazz instructor, Mari Shinonome.

In 2001, Maiko Moved to New York to study both Jazz and Music Therapy. After long years of raising her son and focused on her domestic responsibility she began private lessons from Teri Roiger, Jay Clayton, and Kevin Mahogany. Maiko soon started to perform at local venues and clubs in upstate, NY, Japan, and New York City.
In 2017, Maiko was awarded a scholarship to study holistic singing workshop under guidance of Bobby McFerrin and his circle singing coaches. That year she also recorded her first album “Peaceful Erosion”, with Nick Hetko, Josh Evans, John Menegon, and Jeff Siegel with engineer Scott Petito.

Over the years, she has performed as an opening act for legendary musicians, such as The Cookers, Craig Handy, and David Weiss’s Point of Departure. She has also shared bandstands with Doug Weiss, Eric Person, Pete Levin, Jay Anderson, Peggy Stern, Francesca Tanksley, Lawrence Clark, Miki Hayama, Darrell Green, Roy Hargrove, Tony Jefferson, Alex Smith, Ray Blue, and Malcolm Cecil.