Merging his love for literature and music, the highly regarded author Haruki Murakami is bringing the world a live music show.
Entitled Murakami Jam ~ Blame It On The Bossa Nova, the show is in conjunction with Tokyo FM and their 50th-anniversary celebration. The event will be held live at the Tokyo FM Hall on 14 February at 12 PM (TH/ID Standard Time), 1 PM (PH/SG/MY Standard Time). The show will also be livestreamed with English subtitles for international viewers.
🎶Streaming Concert produced by #HARUKIMURAKAMI— TOKYO FM 80.0 (@tokyofm) February 1, 2021
🎹MURAKAMI JAM -Blame it on the Bossa Nova-🎤
Enjoy a precious moment of bossa nova and a talk show with Haruki Murakami.
🗓15 Feb, 19:00 -(JST) *TBC
🖥with English subtitles
GET TICKET at #ZAIKOhttps://t.co/M9YKjDjmVL
Harumi Murakami will be hosting the event alongside J-pop star Miu Sakamoto, who will also be performing. Alongside Miu, the event features an exciting lineup including jazz pianist Yosuke Yamashita, classical guitarist Kaori Muraji, and bossa nova artist Lisa Ono. More artists are slated to be announced.
Tickets for the livestream show are priced at JPY 4000 (USD 40) and are available for purchase via ZAIKO.
Harumi Murakami is responsible for a collection of best-selling novels including 1Q84, Men Without Women, After Quake, Birthday Girl, and more.