“There is a strong spiritual quality Keiko Matsui brings to all of her creative projects."
– The Los Angeles Times
On tour following the acclaimed February release of her newest hit album “Echo,” internationally celebrated pianist and composer Keiko Matsui has cemented her status as one of the most beloved instrumental-music performers today. Renowned for her stirring finesse on the keyboard and her singular stylings that blend lush harmonies and global rhythms, Matsui will sweep audiences into a transcendent musical journey of her original smooth jazz hits.
Matsui has performed in top venues worldwide, including the legendary Blue Note Jazz Club in New York City and in Tokyo. She has collaborated with greats such as Miles Davis and Stevie Wonder, and also performed as a featured artist at the International Jazz Day alongside jazz luminaries such as Herbie Hancock and Branford Marsalis.
Matsui’s 28 albums have topped the Billboard Contemporary Jazz Chart, including her 2016 album “Journey To The Heart” that debuted at No. 1. She is hailed as the first Japanese artist with an album that topped the chart for three consecutive weeks.
Matsui has built worldwide renown for weaving her music with pivotal global causes. This includes the title track of her “Wildflower” album being used to support the United Nations World Food Programme’s efforts in Africa. She has also toured and performed to raise awareness of breast cancer, including her performing at a skating benefit for the Susan G. Komen Foundation that showcased Olympics figure skaters Kristi Yamaguchi, Tara Lipinski, Ekaterina Gordeeva and Katarina Witt.
Enjoy a moving evening of powerful smooth jazz with this globally acclaimed artist.
Approx. 80 to 90 minutes with no intermission
Subject to change at artist’s discretion.
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Acclaimed Jazz Pianist Keiko Matsui to Perform Fusion of Jazz, New Age and Global Rhythms for Vegas Audiences After growing up in Japan, contemporary jazz pianist Keiko Matsui approaches both her life and music with a unique spiritualism. This includes the animism practice of respecting the spirit inside all creatures and objects — her piaREAD MORE