Hashi Duo - Contemporary Music from Japan and Latin America for Classical Guitar and Piano

Hashi Duo - Contemporary Music from Japan and Latin America for Classical Guitar and Piano

Prospect Heights

Thu, April 18, 2024 7:00 PM, EDT

Drinking policy
Bring your own drinks
Wheelchair access
Not wheelchair accessible
Some stairs may be present in the space
Kid-friendly event

This is a groupmuse

A live concert in a living room, backyard, or another intimate space. They're casual and friendly, hosted by community members.


We are excited to present Hashi Duo at our studio in Prospect Heights, Brooklyn. Formed by Costa Rican guitarist Adrian Montero and Japanese pianist Moe Takamatsu, they endeavor to create a musical bridge between the seemingly distant cultures of Japan and Latin America. They will present a cross-cultural program of music that combines traditional and contemporary composers from Japan and Latin America. Hope you can join us for this lovely evening of music!

Doors Open at 7:00pm
Music Starts at 7:30pm

Address: A4 Collective, 636 Dean Street #2F, Brooklyn, NY 11238


Adrián Montero is one of the most internationally acclaimed Costa Rican musicians. A winner of several competitions both nationally and internationally, he is actively recording new albums and promoting new music, especially works by contemporary Costa Rican and Ibero-American composers. He has given recitals in Costa Rica, Panama, Cuba, Mexico, the United States, and France.

His discography includes two records: "Azulado," featuring music from Costa Rican contemporary composers, and "Sonatas and Partitas." Additionally, he participated in the recording of "Sueños y Sones" with Marco Corrales, the Latin Grammy-nominated album "El ruido del Agua" with Eddie Mora, and the world-premiere recording of the string quintet "Oché" by the Costa Rican composer Alejandro Cardona, alongside the "Cuarteto Latinoamericano."

Moé Takamatsu is from Okayama Prefecture, Japan and now lives in Rhode Island. In 2018, she entered the Music Liberal Arts Course, Piano Performance as a scholarship student at the Tokyo College of Music, concluding her Bachelor’s degree in 2022. She has studied under teachers Junko Inada, Miyuki Goto, Yuko Niiya and Yukari Honda. She currently studies piano performance with Dr. Manabu Takasawa at the University of Rhode Island. She has received various awards in Japan. She has won the first prize in the 2015 Okayama Piano Competition. In 2016, she received a diploma at Tadini Academy in Italy, where she performed in master classes for Vincenzo Balzani and Shuku Iwasaki, among others. In 2020, she performed Beethoven’s Piano Concerto No.5 with the Okayama Philharmonic Orchestra.

What's the music?

Hashi Duo Piano and guitar.

Recordando un Bolero
Alonso Torres (1980)

7 “Haikus”
Marvin Camacho (1966)

Fantasy op.145
Mario Castelnuovo Tedesco (1895)

Sonatina II
Radamés Gnatalli (1906)

"Hashi," meaning "bridge" in Japanese, connects cultures and combines traditional and contemporary composers from Japan and Latin America. Our duo’s repertoire includes both solo and chamber music for classical guitar and piano, reflecting cultural similarities and differences. We aim to share our unique cultures through music and reach a wider audience from around the world. Ultimately, our duo project will lay the foundations for deepening an understanding of our cultures and sharing their rich histories and traditions.


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