羽野昌二 & 本田珠也

2015/01/15 木曜日

Shoji Hano & Tamaya Honda羽野昌二 & 本田珠也

Open: 19:30:00 | Start: 20:00 - 23:59

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出演: 羽野昌二&本田珠也 Drums DUO

出演者詳細:

羽野昌二
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1955年 北九州小倉生まれ、4歳頃から小倉祇園太鼓を始め、15歳でドラムを始める。1974年 アヴァンギャルド・ジャズのライブ活動を始める。75年阿部薫(Sax)と共演、同時期に近藤等則(Tp)と出会う。この頃武道「新体道」を紹介され、新体道の哲学概念を取り入れた独自のドラミングを展開することとなる。国内はもとより海外でも精力的に活動を続けており、07年にはドイツのメールスJazz festival、スイスPoschiavoのUncool festivalなどに招待され演奏した。
[Homepage](http://shojihano.com)

本田珠也
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1969年、東京生まれ。父本田竹広(P)、母チコ本田(Vo)、叔父に渡辺貞夫(As)、渡辺文男(Ds)という音楽家系に育ち、幼少の頃から自然とドラムスティックを手にしていた。小学6年生の時に独学でドラムを始め、1982年、おりしも人気絶頂だった本田竹曠率いる”ネイティブサン”が「第1回斑尾ジャズフェスティバル」に出演した際、飛び入り参加したのが初舞台となり、その後、ネイティブサンのライブやレコーディングに参加するようになる。1989年頃から父の勧めでジャズを志す。独学とはいえ血筋の良さから来る天賦の才能に加え、アグレッシブでパワフル且つ感性豊かなプレイで、様々なジャンルをこなすようになる。ネイティブサン以後、本田竹曠ビッグファン、ポールジャクソングループ、北海道バンド、ハイタイドハリスブルースバンド等を経て、辛島文雄、大野俊三、伊藤君子、渡辺香津美、増尾好秋、渡辺貞夫等のバンドに参加。中でも1996年イタリアに於いて、大型日本紹介事業フェスティバルの一貫として、辛島文雄カルテットで4都ツアーを行い、初の海外公演に参加する。そして、マルウォルドロン、ジュニアマンス、秋吉敏子と共演するなど、数多くのセッションやレコーディングに参加し、着々と自己の音を確立させていく。1997年、子供の頃から愛聴してきたロックやファンクミュージックにジャズを融合させたグループ、”本田珠也PLANETX”を結成。
ライブハウスを中心に活動し、2000年3月、東芝EMIより初リーダーアルバム「PLANETX」をリリース。この間1999年5月、大野俊三(Tp)の誘いで香港へ招致され、ユージンパオ(G)等と初共演する。これを機に2000年12月、香港高山劇場<Ulf Wakenius(G)と共演>、
2001年5月、シンガポールインターナショナルフェスティバル、同年9月香港シティーホール公演等に出演する他、香港、日本、オーストラリア、デンマークから4人が集められ、「HONGKONG MEETING」と題したレコーディングにも参加するなど、国内に留まらず多くのミュージシャンから絶大な支持を得ている。2001年3月、大口純一郎トリオ、菊地雅章トリオ、ケイ赤城トリオと立て続けに3人のピアノリーダーのアルバムレコーディングに参加し、3人3様の強い個性のピアニストから称賛され、以後この3人とのコラボレートは、固く結ばれている。2003年12月、タイランドインターナショナルジャズフェスティバルを筆頭に、香港~シンセン~上海のツアーに、現地のミュージシャンと共に参加。2007年9月16日には、リーダーとしては待望の2作目となる「Elvin Jones Tribute Band」をリリース。いかなるトリビュートアルバムとは違い、本田珠也のロックスピリット全開押しまくりで”その界隈”では、好評を得る。またその年から菊地成孔Dubsextet(現在はSeptet)に参加し好評を得る傍ら、最近の動向としては、積極的な即興演奏の活動が挙げられる。その主な共演者には、Peter Brotzmann、Thomas Morgan、Todd Nicholson、八木美知依、大友良英、坂田明等。現在、音楽学校メーザーハウスでドラム講師も務め、作曲にも力を入れる等、精力的に活動している。
[本田珠也 Homepage](http://www10.ocn.ne.jp/~mondo/)

Live: Shoji Hano & Tamaya Honda Drum Duo Artist Information: Shoji Hano ![/sdlx/hanoshoji2015.jpg](/sdlx/hanoshoji2015.jpg) Born March 1, 1955 in Kokura, Fukuoka prefecture, Japan. His first drumming experience was at the age of four, when he played a traditional Japanese drum at the Kokura Festival. He began playing the western drum set at 15. It was around this time that he also started listening to jazz and studying the drumming of jazz masters such as Max Roach, Art Blakey and "Philly" Joe Jones. Hano moved to Kyoto in 1974, and started playing avant-garde jazz with the late pianist Yoshito Osawa in 1975. Around that time Hano met trumpeter Toshinori Kondo, who introduced him to the martial art Shintaido. Since that time, the philosophical concepts of Shintaido have influenced Hano's music. In 1976 Hano, Kondo and Osawa formed a trio, and in 1977 they performed around western Japan on Hano's first tour. For a six-month period in 1978 and '79, Hano gave a monthly solo drum concert at the Kyoto jazz club Zabo. In 1980 he formed the band Odowara, and organized a monthly concert series at Kyoto University which continued for a year. In 1981 he formed the Easy Music Band with Kondo, guitarist Haruhiko Gotsu, and electric bass player Tetsu Yamauchi. They disbanded in 1982, and in late '82 Hano joined Kondo's Tibetan Blue Air Liquid Band. At this point in his career, Hano had played with such Japanese musicians as the late alto sax player Kaoru Abe, sax player Mototeru Takagi, and trombonist Masahiko Kono; and non-Japanese musicians like guitarists Henry Kaiser, Eugene Chadbourne and Hans Reichel, reed player Peter Bro"tzmann, and cellist Tristan Honzingar. But Hano felt frustrated with the direction of his career, and stopped playing music for two years. When Hano returned to the music scene in 1985 he began to develop his own style, based on the concepts of Shintaido. With Yamauchi and Gotsu he formed the band OPE, which was active from 1986 to 1989, and in '88-'89 he played solo and with dancers in a bimonthly concert series he had organized called Shintaido Performance and Drums. Hano recorded his solo performances from the 1988 series, and these recordings were released the following year as a tape called KI-Improvisation. In May 1990 Hano left Japan for the first time, to play in Europe. From June to August he toured through Switzerland, Austria and Germany with Reichel and guitarist Wadi Gysi. During that period he also played at the Moers New Jazz Festival as a member of both Reichel's orchestra, Hit and Miss, and small band, Sonic Renegades; as well as at the FMP Workshop in a trio with Bro"tzmann and guitarist Nicky Skopelitis. Almost every year since 1991, Hano has traveled to Europe or the U.S. to play in concerts with local musicians--in addition to performing with non-Japanese musicians whom he has invited to Japan. Each year from '91 to '94, for example, he and Bro"tzmann did concert tours in Japan and Germany. They also did a Japan tour in '98. Hano toured in Japan and the U.S. with Chadbourne in '91, and with Keshavan Maslak in '92. With trombonist Johannes Bauer he toured in Germany in '92 and '94, and in Japan in '94 and '95. In '97 Hano, Bro"zmann and Bauer toured as a trio in Germany and Japan. In Switzerland he played with sax player Hans Koch in 1992, and in a trio with sax player Werner Lu"di (with whom he toured around Japan in '96 and '99) and bassist William Parker in 1995. In '95 Hano also had gigs with reed player Dror Feiler in both Sweden and Japan (and in Japan in '97), and toured with violinist Billy Bang in Japan. In addition, he visited Russia in '94, and Russia and Lithuania in '95, where he played with Russian and Lithuanian musicians including reed players Vladimir Rezitsky and Vladimir Chekasin. In 1992, Hano launched an ambitious improvised music project with the formation of his group Kamadoma-Poly Breath Percussion Orchestra. (Later, when the band's membership changed, the name was changed to Poly Breath Percussion Band.) At first the instruments were two drum sets, a shime-daiko and a taiko (two types of traditional Japanese drums), and a nohkan (a type of traditional Japanese flute). Among the musicians who have been members of the band, which continued until 1997, are nohkan player Yukihiro Isso, reed player Keizo Inoue, pianist Takeshi Shibuya, and sax player Hiroaki Katayama. The final members were, in addition to Hano, wa-daiko player Megumu Nishino (wa-daiko is a type of traditional Japanese drum) and electric bass player Tetsu Yamauchi. In the fall of '95 the band toured in Russia and Lithuania, including an appearance at the Vilnius Jazz Festival. In 1997 Hano was a member of the rock-oriented trio Joichiza, with Hananojo Ichikawa (vocal and guitar) and Masaharu Shoji (sax), which played that year in the Kansai area. In the same year, he launched a new project: a free jazz band called Dai So-on Gakudan (meaning "very noisy band"). The original members were Hano and four sax players, and pianist Takeshi Shibuya later joined the group. The sax players are Hiroaki Katayama (tenor), Keizo Nobori (tenor), Masaharu Shoji (alto) and Kunihiro Izumi (alto). In 1998 Hano joined the psychedelic rock band High Rise; the other members are Munehiro Narita (guitar) and Asahito Nanjo (bass, vocal). The band (including Hano) toured in the U.S., England and France in October and November, '98. [Homepage](http://shojihano.com) Tamaya Honda ![/sdlx/150115-honda.jpg](/sdlx/150115-honda.jpg) [Tamaya Honda Homepage](http://www10.ocn.ne.jp/~mondo/)

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