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CATM New York, with the support of the Consulate General of Japan, proudly present Maestro Reona Ito
Maestro Reona Ito, Social Artist and Music Diplomat, to perform in a free concert in NYC.
Euphoria: A musical journey; from darkest retreat
With reverent passion and the warmth of an embrace, Mstro. Ito will fill the majestic halls of The Church of St. Paul and St. Andrew with his oeuvre extraordinaire. Taking us on a journey from darkness' depth to historic heights of exuberance, Mstro. Ito will ferry with gentle hand, cajoling us through narrow musical tides. It is Mstro. Ito's musical finesse and remarkable love and sensibility that is reflected in his choice of extremes.
By his juxtaposition of contrasts from the dark frontier to the epiphanic beacons of emotional bliss, Mstro. Ito shows nuanced reserve and quiet restraint. His true talent is revealed when he draws from his orchestra interwoven harmonics that present themselves as one, unifying cacophony.
With his arsenal of charmed discipline at hand, Mstro. Ito will take us on metaphysical travels through hills and valleys while winding through narrow ravines, leading up to the reinvigorating placid waters of Nu.
Enigmatic and infallible, Mstro. Ito's stellar performance is not to be missed. It is a genuine gift imbibed with altruistic intent and philanthropic accord. Mstro. Ito shows us his true appreciation of the welcoming arms that have raised and nurtured him as an artist in his adoptive home. His sole wish is to but show his gratitude and thanks for the kindness he has received during his tenured stay. It is for this reason that he presents us with such a historical work bridging cultural morphologies.
Mstro. Ito conducts with undulating mimicry of a snake charmer's trance, guiding and directing with Svengali-like assurance. He instills a desire for greatness and a willingness for cooperative perfection, the result transcendental.
Please join us as Maestro Reona Ito gives back to America and New York, his second home.
Thursday, May 26th, 2016 at 8 pm
The Church of St. Paul & St. Andrew
263 West 86th Street, New York City
(Entrance on West End Avenue / One block from the 86th St. Station of 1 Train)
Admission Free ( Donations Welcome )
CATM New York