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The Strange Sounds of Tatsuya Nakatani

Submitted by admin on December 7, 2010 – 3:36 pmNo Comment
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Experimental Japanese musician Tatsuya Nakatani will be playing two gigs in Houston this week. He has played in over 80 cities, collaborated with hundreds of other musicians and is a prolific recording artist with over 40 albums. Nakatani uses a wide array of different instruments  in his performances including bells, cymbals, gongs, and bows.

The first show is at 8 p.m. on Wednesday Dec. 8th at Studio B11 at 2011 Winter Street and the second will be on Friday Dec. 10th at the same time and place. Tickets are 7 dollars per performance or 11 dollars for both nights. Nakatani performs all over the world so take this opportunity to see him now during his short stay in the Bayou City.

Here is just a peek at what attendees can expect.

-Jack Daniel Betz

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