The Yabuno Ettun Project Japan Tour 2022
The Yabuno Ettun Project, a duo project by Japanese pianist Haruka Yabuno and Israeli bassist Ehud Ettun, will tour Japan for the first time in 7 years to produce their second album!
9/17(Sat) Acoustic Sound Ishii Hall (Yokohama) | Daytime show 14:00～ / Nighttime show 19:00～
9/19(Mon) ZIMAGINE(Omotesando) | 19:00～
9/22(Thu) Morioka Citizen's Cultural Hall | 19:00～
9/25(Sun) Jazz Cafe Sarai(Matsusaka) | 19:30～
<Profile> Haruka Yabuno
Born in Mie Prefecture, Haruka Yabuno graduated from Kunitachi College of Music, majoring in piano. She studied jazz piano under Makoto Ozone, Yosuke Yamashita, and Masahiro Sayama. Upon graduation, he received the Yosuke Yamashita Award, given to the top graduate of the jazz course, and was recommended by Makoto Ozone to attend the Berklee College of Music. His works, which depict his unique worldview, are highly acclaimed and have received praise from numerous artists. During his stay in the U.S., he deepened his friendship with Israeli musicians. Since graduation, he has been involved in various performance activities, including the duo project "The Yabuno Ettun Project" with Ehud Ettun and the piano trio "niskhaf," which is influenced by the Israeli music scene.
Born in Israel, Ehud Ettun has made his mark on the international jazz scene by playing with such renowned musicians as George Garzone, Fred Hersch, Danilo Perez, Donny McCaslin, Anat Cohen, Donny McCaslin, and Eli Degibri. He has made a name for himself on the international jazz scene. Known for his unique approach to using the upright bass not only as a bass instrument, but also as an instrument for weaving melodies, his established technique has captivated the world. He is currently working on various projects around the world from his music school "Internal Compass Music" in Mitzpe Ramon, Israel.