Like math, music is an international language, and nobody is more fluent than Keiko Matsui. While she may
speak Japanese offstage, when she steps onstage, she speaks nothing but the very best in modern music performances. She can
sit at the piano and cast a spell over audiences with her beautiful, lulling sounds, or she can stun audiences and play something
ultra cool with her shoulder keyboard. Whether she's behind a Steinway in Los Angeles or tearing it up on the keyboard in
Berlin, Keiko Matsui is a magnificent performer and a sight to behold, so hurry over to StubHub to purchase concert tickets
to see her live and experience a show like none other!
Pianist Keiko Matsui is an icon in the world of contemporary
jazz. With more than 1.2 million units sold in the U.S. alone and sold-out appearances at concert halls around the world,
Matsui is one of the most prolific artists in modern jazz and one of the most celebrated musicians in the world. Her elegant
piano melodies and gentle jazz grooves are absolutely enthralling and never disappoint her loyal fan base, a massive following
she has cultivated thanks to 20 amazing albums and thousands of exhilarating live shows. Join her millions of loyal fans with
tickets from StubHub and see the artist so many have discovered as the face of international jazz!
Matsui is currently
on tour, appearing in towns all over the country, giving fans what they want most—to see them live, in person. The band
will be making stops in Maine, Maryland, New York, and even Indonesia and Russia.
is Keiko Matsui about her music that instead of taking a honeymoon with her new husband and bandmate Kazu Matsui, she opted
instead to use the money to finance her first album, and it was that 1987 groundbreaking work that launched her career and
propelled her to international stardom. She's performed on stages in front of thousands around the world, and she's owned
them all with his incredible music and powerful stage presence. Everyone who has seen Keiko Matsui perform has become an instant
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About the Artist
Keiko Matsui is a musician's musician, someone who looks to all artists and
genres for inspiration. Counting influences as diverse as Stevie Wonder, Rachmaninoff, Chopin, Maurice Jarre and Chick Corea,
Matsui's music embodies a range of styles and genres that come together to create a sound that is spectacular and all her
own. When she released her first album, A Drop of Water, in the US in 1987, critics and audiences were floored by her deft
weaving and layering of so many seemingly disparate tones that she managed to wrangle and shape into something beautiful,
and she continues to broaden her scope and style with each year, becoming a more evolved jazz musician with a bright future.
all her albums have broken the Top 10 on Billboard's weekly Top Contemporary Jazz Albums chart, and she was named Billboard's
Number 3 Top Contemporary Jazz Artist for 1997. It's clear critics and audiences agree Keiko Matsui is one phenomenally talented
performer. And if her packed touring schedule is any indication, she loves nothing more than sharing her music with her fans
and reaching new ones. Matsui is particularly excited to launch her latest tour that will take her to new places as well as
give her an opportunity to showcase her latest work that she claims to be her best to date. Score tickets from StubHub to
see her live and see what all the fuss is about!
Matusi had been honing her skills
and entertaining audiences for many years with her amazing talents when she finally became a mainstream artist. In the late
1980s, the accomplished musician recorded and released her first solo LP, entitled A Drop of Water. The album was created
in tribute to those who had died in the Space Shuttle Challenger disaster in 1986. This album led to a record deal with MCA
Throughout the 1990s, Matusi's fame continued to grow as her albums climbed the charts. Her album, Sapphire,
hit No. 2 on the Billboard's Top Contemporary Jazz Albums chart and her next album, Dream Walk, was equally successful reaching
No. 3. She has become one of the most popular contemporary jazz artists of the day, and she has released several other successful
albums including White Cat, Countdown, Unity and her current album, Narada. There's nothing quite like seeing this talented
musician in person, and you won't want to miss your chance to experience her music for yourself.
every song, Matsui paints a vivid picture. Her music is the canvas and the notes the brushes. Whether she's portraying a black
lion or the endangered animals of Antarctica, she captures the emotion and the beauty of her subject. Don't miss your chance
to experience this one-of-a-kind musician for yourself.