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Events

 

Throughout the year Naomi will be appearing/performing at various engagements, events and festivals around the world. Please check back regularly for added dates and venues.

 

2014    2015 

2016    

2014
 
July

 

Friday - Sunday 25th - 27th

Hyper Japan - Earls Court, London

 

September

 

Saturday 27th

Japan Matsuri - Trafalgar Square, London

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Sunday 28th

Underbelly Hoxton - 11 Hoxton Square, London

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

October

 

Saturday 4th

AniManga - Bristol

 

Thursday 23rd

Japan Tour Autumn

 

November

 

Wednesday 27th

A Kaleidoscope of Japan - A World culture association event

43 Lancaster Gate W2 3NA

 

 

 

 

2015
 
March

 

Thursday 5th

Memorial Concert for Japan Earthquake and Tsunami, Houses of Parliament, London

 

You can watch the concert via ustream.

 

Read coverage of the event in English here

 

 

 
 
 
September

 

Saturday 27th

Japan Matsuri - Trafalgar Square, London

 

Let’s sing, dance, and star in the Japan Matsuri Song”IBUKI” music video together!
Naomi will be singing about our feelings for Japan for the whole world to hear and making Japan Matsuri song that everyone can sing and dance along to!!.


By all means, join in the fun and come and perform with us in the Japan Matsuri Song, "Ibuki", music video!!.


A music video will be shot as the song is performed on stage, so please come and dance with us! (12pm, 3pm and 6pm).
 

 

 

2016
 
March

 

Monday 14th

KAKEHASHI PROJECT

"The Unity Bridge Project”  

Memorial Concert for Japan Earthquake and Tsunami, Islington Assembly Hall, London

 

FREE Admission

 

Doors open 18.00 Start 19.00

 

Presented by Naomi Suzuki (Singer) with:

 

  • Joji Hirota Shakuhachi.Taiko

  • Diana Yukawa Violin

  • Hibiki Ichikawa Shamisen

  • Thames Daiko

  • Children from Fukushima Japan Nihonbuyo

  • Piano: Kyosuke Tokunaga Bass Hiroyuki Nishikawa, Drum Winston Clifford

 

FREE sake tasting 

 

FREE gift from Fukushima

 

"Please come and support us and help us keep up the good work!”

 

The driving principles of the "Unity Bridge Project" are "remembering those affected" and "gratitude for the support given." We are building a bridge of friendship between the givers and the receivers and aiming to make a bridge of hearts. We want to send a message to people in the affected areas, “We'll never forgotten you” ~ Top UK-based Japanese musicians are collaborating to offer traditional Japanese music with modern pop songs.

 

Children from the disaster area are coming to participate in the concert to show their gratitude. The concert will be streamed live to the rest of the world.

 

Supported by Japan Embassy, Japan Association in the UK, JCCI, London shakunagekai, Fukshima-minpo sha, Totteokino Ongakusai

 

Contact: Naomi Suzuki 07796-144-338

naomi@sweet-naomi.com 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

2010 - present

2010 - present

 
September

 

Saturday 25th

Japan Matsuri - Trafalgar Square, London

 

Japan Matsuri song IBUKI ①10:20  ②13:20  ③16:20  ④19:20 
Sing along, dance Japan Matsuri song together with Naomi!

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=-6iFFXga7Dw

NAOMI SUZUKI with her Band  17:50 
Naomi will sing Western Rock & Roll! Including songs from The Beatles, Rolling Stones and The Spiders with collaboration work by KARATE’s self-defense tool (trained by Katsumi Sakakura) with her dancers. Also Naomi will sing merry song called SMILE AT ME with “Merry Project” children’s smile umbrellas. Come together and Let’s pray for world peace.


 

 

 
2017
 
May

 

Thursday 18th

Naomi’s Japanese nostalgic fork music Party £20
Open 6:30pm Start  7:00


Sozai Cooking School 5 Middlesex Street, London E1 7AA 
Great Japanese Sake and Japanese foods included.
The event’s profit will be donated for affected areas of Japan earthquake. 


 

 

 
 
September

 

Sunday 24th

Japan Matsuri - Trafalgar Square, London

 

IBUKI  Japan Matsuri Song performance on Main Stage

10:20am  Opening ceremony 

①12:20  ②18:55  before finale

SAMURAI SHOW

Naomi will sing Japanese animation film song “Your Name” and with Samurai and Kanfu performance.

①14:10  ②18:25

 
October - November

 

29th Oct - 10th Nov

Japan Tour

 

 

 
 
2018
 
April/May
 
Wednesday 2nd

JAZZY J-POP LIVE SHOW with Rakugo 
Charity Concert for Japan earthquake and Tsunami 

30th April @CRS
Doot open7:30om Start 8pm  $20
123 4th Ave #2, New York, NY 10003

2nd May @The Shrine 7~8pm 
2271 Adam Clayton Powell Jr Blvd, New York, NY 10030

Rakugo : Ken Saito 
Guitar: Shu Odamura
Piano: Noah MacNeil
Drums: Yosuke 
Bass: Yoshiki Yamada

June


Tuesday 5th 

5th June Special Japanese Night - Green Note, 106 Parkway, London NW1 7AN
Doors open 7pm - Start time: 8pm
www.greennote.co.uk


 

 

September

Sunday 30th

Japan Matsuri - Trafalgar Square, London

Let’s dance together Japan Matsuri Song IBUKI !! 

 Japan Matsuri Song IBUKI (Opening Ceremony)  10:00

Nostalgic J-POP SHOW (Showa Kayo Show) 15:15

Japan Matsuri Song IBUKI Evening slot 18:50‐18:55

2019

 

June

11th

Naomi will sing National  Anthem for a professional baseball game for Soft Bank Hawks vs Hanshin Tigers in Japan

 

July

12th - 14th

Hyper Japan 2019 

Naomi will be singing the Rugby World Cup Anthem, World in Union on the HYPER JAPAN Live! Stage.

●12th Fri July  On stage 14:15-14:45 /  Meet&Greet 14:45-15:15
●13th Sat July On Stage 11:45-12:15 /  Meet&Greet 12:15-12:45

https://hyperjapan.co.uk/timetable-festival-2019/

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

October

UK-Japan Bridge Together

Tickets On Sale Now!

 

A live performance at Cadogan Hall with James Taylor Quartet and Mari Natsuki
https://cadoganhall.com/whats-on/james-taylor-quartet-naomi-suzuki/  

 

A very special and unique concert featuring a wonderful coming together of British and Japanese music. The repertoire will consist of well-known and much-loved Japanese songs each especially re-arranged and performed by the critically acclaimed UK jazz-funk band the James Taylor Quartet.

We are also honoured to present an exclusive performance by special guest Mari Natsuki from Japan.

There will also be a traditional Japanese Daikagura juggling performance by Michiyo Kagami and BBC New Comedy Award-winning comedian Yuriko Kotani to open the evening.
Don’t miss it !