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Keiichi Kurokawa

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Keiichi Kurokawa

Biography

Keiichi Kurokawa (b. 23 December 1980, Saitama, Japan) is a Japanese composer and educator.

Kurokawa graduated from Saitama University majoring in East Asian Cultures. He participated in wind band club while in school, playing trumpet in junior high and high school, and bass and alto clarinet at university. He began arranging during high school and since then has made many arrangements and compositions for wind band and chamber ensembles. His arrangement American Riverside Medley was selected as one of test pieces of Singapore Youth Festival 2014.

Kurokawa is now a music engraver and editor and a band director. He is a member of Japan Band Directors Association (JBA) and teaches computer music (notation software) at Yamaha Music Avenue Shibuya in Tokyo.


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