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A world renowned and amazing jazz composer and pianist, Hiromi is best known for her skilled and unique technique, high-energy live performances and impressive blend of musical genres like jazz, progressive rock, classical and fusion in her compositions. This multi-talented young musician plays the Yamaha C3 grand piano and the Nord Lead 2 keyboard. Hiromi was born in Shizuoka, Japan, in 1979. She began developing and exploring her talent from a very tender age of six. She was trained by her first ever trainer to tap into both spontaneous and the technical knowhow of music. She stepped further in the music world, joining the Yamaha School of Music less then a year after her first piano lessons. She started performing in public at the age of twelve with very high-profile orchestras. "When I was 14, I went to Czechoslovakia and played with the Czech Philharmonic", Hiromi says. "That was a great experience, to play with such a professional orchestra".

She got a breaking offer from Chick Corea in Tokyo at the age of 17, and had an opportunity to perform with him at his concert the very next day. Hiromi has worked as a jingle writer for a few years in Japanese companies like Nissan. But she switched over to her interest and got enrolled to study at Berklee College of Music in Boston, Massachusetts, USA. She was trained under her mentor, Ahmad Jamal. Meanwhile, she striked a contract with jazz label Telarc before her completing graduation. After the wonderful launch of her debut album "Another Mind" in 2003, she toured the world and appeared in many jazz festivals. She performed on "Marian McPartland's Piano Jazz" radio program and this performance impressed the host, Mrs. Mcpartland and said "If you and I got into a competition, you would win, hands down". The program was having an surprising version of Ellington's Caravan and the Hiromi original, "Tom and Jerry".
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Hiromi formed a Trio that initially had bassist Mitch Cohn and drummer Dave DiCenso. But she recorded her second album "Brain" in 2004 with the endeavors of fellow Berklee alums bassist Tony Grey and drummer Martin Valihora. Since that time, Hiromi is recording and touring with this trio only. Hiromi would not put labels on her musical works as a matter of principle. She will just go on her way facing all the challenges and setting the example to others. Hiromi says "I don't want to put a name on my music. Other people can put a name on what I do. It's just the union of what I've been listening to and what I've been learning. It has some elements of classical music, it has some rock, it has some jazz, but I don't want to give it a name."

Her latest release was "Spiral" launched in 2006, which has further made her career profile more glorious. This talented and beautiful young artist has received 3 awards from 2006 Swing Journal Japan Jazz Readers Poll. Recently, she informed of another CD to be recorded in Nashville which is scheduled for release in March 2007. Hiromi has been the winner of Jazzman of the Year Award and Piano of the Year. Her latest album "Spiral" has won the Album of the Year!
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