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12.5.2007
Eminence Orchestra to perform Shadow of the Colossus music
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In a never to be repeated event, Eminence artists, Japanese maestro Kow Otani and Japanese vocalist Aika have collaborated to create a fantastic concert line-up aptly named “Unearthing Eden ~The Sounds of AINARU~”. The concert performances take place at the Sydney Conservatorium of Music on Saturday 15th December and Sunday 16th December, 2007. Tickets are on sale now!

The concerts will focus on animation music composed and performed by Kow Otani, together with artists from the Eminence Orchestra and the voice of Aika, to create a truly mysterious sound that will take you to a unique world.

Performing on the piano himself, together with artists from the Eminence Orchestra and the voice of Aika; The concert will feature Mr Otani’s best known works, including pieces from the critically acclaimed anime 'Haibane Renmei', as well as pieces from Shadow of the Colossus. It will also feature new works by Mr Otani, being premiered for the first time at the concert.

Kow Otani’s music covers a variety of styles. He has been involved with a range of anime music, movie soundtracks, as well as other of music including such titles such as “Godzilla” “Gamera” “Haibane Renmei” “Shin Kido Senki Gundam W”, “Shadow of the Colossus” and more.  He also supports the music of Dreams Come true, Southern all-stars’ and numerous other artists. Also featuring Aika, of "Makurano soshi" . Her style displays an exotic vocal sound, fit for beautiful contemporary music.

Any fan of Japanese or contemporary music should not miss this chance to experience this truly unique concert. It appeals not only to fans of his anime / video game titles, but also to the musically curious, wanting to experience the sound of 'classical' instruments.

For more information visit www.eminenceonline.com.

 
 
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