Masayoshi doesn’t only show the vibraphone on his album, but also violin, clarinet and accordion. The resulting new sounds, helping to expand the vibraphone spectrum without undermining the intrinsic character of the instrument. Inspired by the silence, the depth of the fog, the mountains and gravity inside, his music evokes images, spheres, landscapes and stories with the listener.
At the same time, he explores the beauty of the vibraphone and seeks the charm of the instruments. His recent collaboration with the German electronic musician Jan Jelinek received a lot of attention from experimental music fans all over the world.
Support: Anne Muller, a versatile cellist who participates in various musical worlds.