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Revised:Dec 6th at@7:00 pm/Free Shakuhachi and Okinawa Shamisen Concert

From: Eri
Sent on: Saturday, December 4, 2010 5:32 PM
Konnichiwa minsa,

I want to share the interesting event info with you.
<span>Japan-America society of Greater Austin(JASGA) will host Shakuhachi and Okinawa Shamisen Concert </span>at December Japanese Cultural <span>Salon</span>.

Where Case de luz /Cielo Room (2F)
Adress 1701 Toomey Rod. <span>AUstin TX 78704</span>
When Monday, Dec 6, 2010
Time 7:00 pm-8:15pm

Fee Free/open to the public

About players:

Jeff Hodges : Shakuhachi

Jeff Hodges began doing research in ethnomusicology at the
<span>University of North Texas</span>, receiving his master&rsquo;s degree in the fall of
2010. His studies in this field cultivated an interest in Japanese
music that grew from years of experiences in Aikido and Zen studies.
This attraction to traditional <span>Japanese aesthetics</span> came to fruition
when he began studying shakuhachi in the Kinko-ryu style under David
Duncavage in the fall of 2009. Jeff has taught music in public schools
since 1996, and currently teaches band at Ojeda Middle School.

Mutsuko Myslinski : Okinawa Sanshin (Shamisen)

Mutsuko Myslinski became fascinated by Okinawa Sanshin during a visit to <span>Okinawa</span> when she had the chance to listen to shamisen music. She practiced the Okinawa Sanshin under the instruction of Takashi Shimoji in <span>Japan</span> for two years.

Nancy Parker : Vocal and keyboard accompaniment

Nancy Parker performed "Songs of Japan with Keyboard
Accompaniment" at the JASGA April Cultural Salon in 2010. She received
a <span>Bachelor of Music</span> in Applied Voice from <span>the University of Texas at
more info:<span></span>

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