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Hiroko Tsuji (musician)

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Native name  辻寛子
Also known as  Luna
Genre  Pop
Albums  Free Yourself
Birth name  Tsuji Hiroko
Genres  Pop
Record label  Kent on Music, Inc.
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Born  March 22, 1986 (age 30) (1986-03-22)
Origin  Toyama, Toyama Prefecture, Japan
Occupation(s)  Composer, pianist, musician, songwriter
Similar  Kento Masuda, Fabius Constable, Celtic Harp Orchestra

Hiroko Tsuji (辻 寛子, Tsuji Hiroko) (born March 22, 1986 in Toyama, Toyama, Japan) is a Japanese singer-songwriter and musician.

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Career

On September 28, 2014, she performed at the CID-UNESCO World Dance Congress Japan at the Tokyo Disney's Ikspiari entertainment complex. On November 14, 2014, Tsuji, along with composer and musician Kento Masuda, harpist Fabius Constable (Celtic Harp Orchestra), soprano Donatella Bortone and Lebanese and Arab lutist Ghazi Makhoul, performed in the dynamic and multi-cultural concert "5 ELEMENTS LIVE" at Casa dei Diritti in Milan, Italy.

On December 6, 2014, Tsuji performed at the "Associazione dei Cavalieri di San Silvestro" celebration of Monumentalis Ecclesiae Sancti Silvestri Societas in Tivoli, Italy. In 2015, Tsuji joined as chorus on “We Are One” recording in LA such as today’s We Are The World song. Produced by David Longoria, and more than 400 recording artists singing together.

On March 22, 2016, Tsuji released her 1st album Free Yourself, produced by Kento Masuda and Gary Vandy. Free Yourself was recorded by Auditoria Records in Como, Italy. Free Yourself features musicians Fabius Constable and Simone Tomassini as well as a 20-page booklet. She also received global recognition of the Global Music Awards and was honored as a winner with a silver medal for “Fly Away“ female vocalist of outstanding achievement from her latest release “Free Yourself“ (2016).

Studio albums

  • Free Yourself (2016)
  • Songs

    Come Along with MeFree Yourself · 2016
    Free YourselfFree Yourself · 2016
    Lullaby in NostalgiaFree Yourself · 2016

    References

    Hiroko Tsuji (musician) Wikipedia


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