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Kaori Kobayashi

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Origin  Japan
Name  Kaori Kobayashi
Parents  Minoru Kobayashi

Years active  2005–present
Genres  Jazz
Labels  Victor Entertainment
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Born  October 20, 1981 (age 34) (1981-10-20)
Occupation(s)  Composer, Jazz musician
Albums  Urban Stream, Luv Sax, Story - 10th Anniversary, SEVENth, Golden Best, Solar, Spirit, Shiny, PRECIOUS, Fine
Similar People  Glenn Medeiros, Kenji Hino, George Benson, Masato Honda, Saori Yano

Instruments  Alto saxophone, Flute
Record label  Victor Entertainment

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Kaori Kobayashi (小林 香織, Kobayashi Kaori, born October 20, 1981), is a Japanese jazz saxophonist and flautist. She grew up in Tokyo.


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Kobayashi was born on October 20, 1981 in the Kanagawa Prefecture. Her father was a photographer and her mother, a piano teacher. Beginning at a very young age, Kobayashi learned to play the piano. When she was 13 years old she joined a brass band and started to play the flute. Four years later she stopped playing in the band, instead choosing to start a relationship with the saxophone. After that she turned to jazz.

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After four years, having learned from Bob Zangu how to play the saxophone in a jazz setting, she entered the Senzoku College of Music. After graduating, she got a contract with the label Victor Entertainment and her first album, Solar, appeared.


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  • Solar, Kaori's Collection (2005)
  • Fine (2006)
  • Glow (2007)
  • Shiny (2008)
  • The Golden Best (2009)
  • Luv Sax (2009)
  • Precious (2011)
  • Seventh (2012)
  • Urban Stream (2013)
  • Spirit (2014)
  • Melody (2016)

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