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Hiromi Uehara

Hiromi Uehara
Country
Japan
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Hiromi Uehara (上原ひろみ, born 26 March 1979), generally appearing as simply Hiromi, is one of the bright stars of Japanese jazz, with an adventurous style built on solid melodicism and technical virtuosity. Her music ranges from classic solo piano to an electric trio sometimes augmented by guitarist David Fiuczynski. She has also worked with a growing number of other jazz luminaries, including Chick Corea and Stanley Clarke.
Website
http://www.hiromimusic.com
Related articles (4)
Releases on file (12)
Hiromi Uehara — Spark Hiromi Uehara — Spark
(Telarc TEL-38247-02, 2016, CD)
Hiromi / The Trio Project featuring Anthony Jackson & Simon Phillips — Alive Hiromi / The Trio Project featuring Anthony Jackson & Simon Phillips — Alive
(Telarc TEL-35307-02, 2014, CD)
Hiromi / The Trio Project featuring Anthony Jackson & Simon Phillips — Move Hiromi / The Trio Project featuring Anthony Jackson & Simon Phillips — Move
(Telarc TEL-33814-02, 2012, CD)
Hiromi — Voice Hiromi — Voice
(Telarc TEL-32819-02, 2011, CD)
Stanley Clarke — The Stanley Clarke Band Stanley Clarke — The Stanley Clarke Band
(Heads Up HUCD 3161, 2010, CD)
Hiromi — Place to Be Hiromi — Place to Be
(Telarc CD-83695, 2009, CD)
Hiromi's Sonicbloom — Beyond Standard Hiromi's Sonicbloom — Beyond Standard
(Telarc CD-83686, 2008, CD)
Chick & Hiromi — Duet Chick & Hiromi — Duet
(Stretch 088072308275, 2008, 2CD)
Hiromi's Sonicbloom — Time Control Hiromi's Sonicbloom — Time Control
(Telarc CD-83655, 2007, CD)
Hiromi — Spiral Hiromi — Spiral
(Telarc CD-83631, 2005, CD)
Hiromi — Brain Hiromi — Brain
(Telarc CD-83600, 2004, CD)
Hiromi — Another Mind Hiromi — Another Mind
(Telarc CD-83558, 2003, CD)

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