Kanji Ishimaru Orchestra Concert Tour 2021<for JLOD live>

2021年6月13日(日)、東京渋谷・Bunkamuraオーチャードホールにて石丸幹二が円光寺雅彦(指揮)東京フィルハーモニー交響楽団とオーケストラ・コンサートを開催しました。その公演から2曲をPICK UPして全世界に向けて公開いたします!  Kanji Ishimaru (Vocal) Masahiko Enkoji, Conductor Tokyo Philharmonic Orchestra Recorded at Bunkamura Orchard Hall on June 13, 2021. OUT THERE Words by Stephen Schwartz Music by Alan Menken © by WALT DISNEY MUSIC COMPANY / WONDERLAND MUSIC COMPANY,…

Kanji Ishimaru Orchestra Concert Tour 2021<for JLOD live>

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2021年6月13日(日)、東京渋谷・Bunkamuraオーチャードホールにて石丸幹二が円光寺雅彦(指揮)東京フィルハーモニー交響楽団とオーケストラ・コンサートを開催しました。その公演から2曲をPICK UPして全世界に向けて公開いたします! 

Kanji Ishimaru (Vocal)
Masahiko Enkoji, Conductor
Tokyo Philharmonic Orchestra

Recorded at Bunkamura Orchard Hall on June 13, 2021.

OUT THERE
Words by Stephen Schwartz
Music by Alan Menken
© by WALT DISNEY MUSIC COMPANY / WONDERLAND MUSIC COMPANY, INC.
All rights reserved. Used by permission.

FURUSATO
Words by Tatsuyuki Takano
Music by Teiichi Okano
Public Domain
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                                                                  Kanji Ishimaru: actor, singer
Kanji Ishimaru made his debut in the musical “Phantom of the Opera” in 1990; since then, he has enjoyed his career as one of the best actors in the musical theater in Japan. His major stage careers include: “Aspects of Love”, “West Side Story”, “Jekyll & Hyde”, “Love Never Dies”, “Parade”, etc. Currently, he expands his activities including theaters, movies, TV dramas, commercials, narrations and reading performances. He has released 4 solo albums, and 2 duo albums; one of which is with Lute player Takashi Tsunoda “Songs of Takemitsu” and the other with Jazz Guitarist Jiro Yoshida “Something’s Coming”. Since 2018, he has hosted the Classical music TV show “Untitled Concert” which was registered as the world longest-running (almost 55 years) Classical Music TV show by the Guinness Book.”

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