Grammy and Golden Globe Award-Winning Artist Kitaro – LA CONCERT Tour “Kojiki And The Universe” November 17

Congratulations to Kitaro on his multiple Round One Grammy Nominations for next year’s Grammy Awards Celebration which takes place in New York 2018.  Kitaro – Sacred Journey Of Ku-Kai, Volume 5 (A) Album Of The Year, Kitaro – Sacred Journey Of Ku-Kai, Volume 5 (A) Best New Age Album

Kitaro's 16th Grammy Nomination for Best New Age Album "Symphony Live in Istanbul"
Kitaro’s 16th Grammy Nomination for Best New Age Album “Symphony Live in Istanbul”

Grammy and Golden Globe Award-Winning Artist Kitaro Brings His Spectacular 2017 LIVE in CONCERT Tour presentation of “Kojiki And The Universe” To Los Angeles on November 17
11/17: Immanuel Presbyterian Church – LOS ANGELES https://tickets.alistixs.com/event/kitaro-LA

16th Grammy Nominee Kitaro attending the 57th Grammy Awards and Gisele "Shooter Diva" wearing Vvigoure "Anise" and Michael Kors shoes
16th Grammy Nominee Kitaro attending the 57th Grammy Awards and Gisele “Shooter Diva” wearing Vvigoure “Anise” and Michael Kors shoes

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New Release, Sacred Journey of Ku-Kai Volume 5 and Kojiki and the Universe DVD Available Now!
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Kitaro’s international “Kojiki & The Universe” Tour www.domomusicgroup.com/tour has played to capacity audiences this year in exotic locations including London, Istanbul and Romania. The Grammy and Golden Globe Winning artist returns to the West Coast with a unique tour of sacred venues, including a rare performance in Los Angeles on November 17.

Hands On Productions with 2015 Grammy Nominated "Kitaro" and Gisele "Shooter Diva, photo by Partyby5.com
Hands On Productions with 2015 Grammy Nominated “Kitaro” and Gisele “Shooter Diva, photo by Partyby5.com

A Totally unique visual experience, the LIVE in CONCERT production of “Kojiki and The Universe” merges Kitaro’s Grammy nominated music from the album “Kojiki” with space-age photographic scenes of the Universe. “Kojiki and The Universe LIVE” features time-lapse images, expertly intertwined with real-time films provided by and in cooperation with Kyoto University’s Astronomy Professor Kazunari Shibata, NASA, and The Hubble Space Telescope.

Domo Recording Group with 2015 Grammy Nominated "Kitaro" for "Symphony in Istanbul" photo by Gisele "Shooter Diva" Partyby5.com
Domo Recording Group with 2015 Grammy Nominated “Kitaro” for “Symphony in Istanbul” photo by Gisele “Shooter Diva” Partyby5.com

Taiko drumming and Butoh dancing enriches the program. It’s an an inner journey of the soul featuring Kitaro performing his music with the mysterious and evocative Butoh dancing of Aya Irizuki accompanied by Tenrin Taiko company and violin soloist DeLaney. DeLaney has performed at the White House, with the American Ballet Theater at the Metropolitan Opera, and the Delacourt Theater for Shakespeare in the Park. DeLaney is honored to join Kitaro for his Kojiki and the Universe World Tour. A native of Chicago, Ms. Harter is a Masters graduate of New York University, Mannes College of Music, and of Walnut Hill School for the Arts in Natick, Massachusetts.

Kitaro stops for a "selfie" on the red carpet at the 57th Grammy Awards Live at the Staples Center
Kitaro stops for a “selfie” on the red carpet at the 57th Grammy Awards Live at the Staples Center

Kitaro takes us on a musical journey to outer space and beyond with music, original NASA, Hubble Space Telescope and simulation images all set to the mythology of Kojiki. In Japanese mythology, Kojiki is a story closely related to evolution of the universe. It describes the origin of Heaven, Earth and the creation of the Gods. Utilizing Kitaro’s “Kojiki” score as the soundtrack, “Kojiki and The Universe” is a chronicle of astronomical research as well as a beautiful introduction to modern astronomy for everyone.
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His new release, Kitaro’s Sacred Journey Of Ku-Kai Volume 5 follows the highly acclaimed Volumes 1 through 4 of the series, all of which have earned Grammy nominations. The Ku-Kai series concept arose after the global events on the fateful day of September 11, 2001. Kitaro was traveling on a jet from Japan to Los Angeles when the transcontinental flight was diverted to Hawaii for five days due to the tragedy. It was during this time of disbelief and uncertainty that Kitaro envisioned the Ku-Kai series as a means of uniting the world through music embracing his frequently referenced universal message of peace.
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The accompanying Tour DVD is now available. Like the tour, the new DVD video presentation of “Kojiki and The Universe” merges Kitaro’s Grammy nominated music from the album “Kojiki” with space-age photographic scenes of the Universe. “Kojiki and The Universe” features time-lapse images, expertly intertwined with real-time films provided by and in cooperation with NASA and Kyoto University.
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Kojiki And The Universe Tour Links and Venue Info: 11/16: Garfield Theatre – LA JOLLAhttps://tickets.alistixs.com/event/kitaro-sd11/17: Immanuel Presbyterian Church – LOS ANGELES – https://tickets.alistixs.com/event/kitaro-LA11/30: First Congregational PORTLAND- https://tickets.alistixs.com/event/kitaro -OR, 11.16.2017 Kojiki And The Universe Tour 2017

Venue: Garfield Theatre at the Lawrence Family JCC

Address: 4126 Executive Dr, La Jolla, CA 92037
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Venue: Immanuel Presbyterian Church

Address: 3300 Wilshire Blvd, Los Angeles, CA 90010
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Venue: Grace Cathedral

Address: 1100 California Street, San Francisco, CA 94108
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Venue: First Congregational UCC

Address: 1126 SW Park Ave., Portland, OR 97205
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Venue: Center for Spiritual Living

Address: 5801 Sand Point Way NE, Seattle, WA 98105

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