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Narimichi Kawabata (The Kennedy Center)

Narimichi Kawabata

Narimichi Kawabata became visually impaired at the age of eight and has been studying with his ears alone.  He is now based in UK as an international soloist, while taking part in many charity concerts in and out of Japan.  He has been supporting various good causes including charity concerts for West African refugees and for the international Red Cross. He has drawn national attention ever since his debut album "On Wings of Song" became a record breaking hit in 1999.  In 1998, Narimichi made his debut in Japan to a critical acclaim, performing with the Japan Philharmonic Orchestra at Suntory Hall in Tokyo.

Watch Past Performances

Narimichi Kawabata 6/11/10: Narimichi Kawabata

Classical violinist Narimichi Kawabata is known for playing that is imaginative, elegant, and tasteful with natural musicality supported by rock-solid technique.

Narimichi Kawabata

Classical violinist Narimichi Kawabata is known for playing that is imaginative, elegant, and tasteful with natural musicality supported by rock-solid technique.
Narimichi Kawabata 4/5/06: Narimichi Kawabata

Internationally acclaimed violinist Narimichi Kawabata, accompanied by pianist Daniel-Ben Pienaar, treats audiences to a moving and varied classical program.

Narimichi Kawabata

Internationally acclaimed violinist Narimichi Kawabata, accompanied by pianist Daniel-Ben Pienaar, treats audiences to a moving and varied classical program.

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