Keiko Matsui

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Date of Birth July 26, 1961
Place of Birth Japan
Age 59 years old
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Keiko Matsui

Keiko Matsui, is a Japanese keyboardist and composer, specializing in smooth jazz and New-age music.

Native name: 松居 慶子
Birth name: 土居 慶子 (Keiko Doi)
Born: July 26, 1961, Tokyo, Japan
Genres: Smooth jazz, new-age
Occupation(s): Musician, composer
Instruments: Keyboard
Years active: 1980–present
Labels: MCA, White Cat, Countdown, Narada, Shanachie
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About Keiko Matsui

Internationally acclaimed smooth jazz, jazz fusion, and New Age keyboardist who also discovered famed saxophonist Paul Taylor. In 1999 and 2000, she won Oasis Awards for Artist of the Year.

Keiko Matsui Before Fame

She was a student of children's culture at Japan Women's University and a music student at the Yamaha Music Foundation.

Achievement of Keiko Matsui

Her 1987 solo debut LP, "A Drop of Water," was dedicated to the memory of those who had perished in the Space Shuttle Challenger.

Keiko Matsui Family Life

Her mother Emiko started her on piano lessons soon after she turned five.

Associations of Keiko Matsui

She attended the reception for former U.S. President George W. Bush when he visited Japan in 2002.

Information related to Keiko Matsui

  • Japanese pianists
  • Smooth jazz pianists
  • Japanese jazz pianists
  • Shanachie Records artists
  • Narada Productions artists
  • Japanese jazz musicians
  • New-age pianists
  • Pony Canyon artists
  • MCA Records artists
  • Musicians from Tokyo
  • Japanese emigrants to the United States
Latest information about Keiko Matsui updated on April 10, 2021.

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