Be where the music is! Stanton’s Sheet Music hosts Misato Hanawa and her masterclass and recital series, “Project: Sound” on October 26th, starting at 11am in the James E. Strouse Recital Hall inside Stanton’s Sheet Music.
Misato Hanawa is taking the classical Saxophone to new heights. An emerging international player, she has won prizes and acclaim in her native Japan and Europe. Ever eager to expand the appeal of the saxophone, she frequently premieres new works by current composers, as well as lesser known works by established composers. As a cultural ambassador, she loves performing for audiences unfamiliar with both the classical saxophone and Japan. She previously performed in the U.S. as part of Project: Sound, which brings elite performers and composers from Japan, China, Korea, and the United States to West Virginia and Ohio.
She regularly wows audiences with her lustrous tone and brilliant technique. Because of her international profile, incredible musicianship, and ambassadorship, she brings the best in classical music concerts and prestige to any venue, making her an asset in drawing different parts of the community together in one place.
Misato offers world-class classical saxophone recitals, masterclasses on saxophone, and talks on Japan and the saxophone.
Recommended donation is $10 for this event.
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