Kitaro announces 15th Grammy nomination and first-ever Eastern European tour


On the heels of his 15th Grammy nomination today for the the 56th Grammy Awards Best New Age Album Category for his album “FINAL CALL”, New Age music pioneer and composer Kitaro has announced his first-ever Eastern European concert tour.

The Grammy nominated album is a tribute to Kitaro’s lifetime reverence for Nature. Final Call is a voyage of introspection specifically concerned about how we treat our planet. It’s Kitaro’s assertion that the planet itself is crying out and warning us about potential serious consequences if we don’t address these global issues in a timely fashion.

In his own words, Kitaro describes his new musical work, “I have always felt we all must respect the providence of the Universe.  Unfortunately, through the course of time and the growth of civilization, many living creatures that we now know will become extinct.  If we don’t alter how we treat each other and our planet Earth, many habitats and portions of this earth may become devastated and eventually disappear.  This album is the story of an epic voyage – a voyage of hope that all living creatures can someday live happily in harmony with each other.  The story begins from where we board for departure.

Commenting on his 15th Grammy nomination, Kitaro said, “I’m extremely pleased to have my new album ‘Final Call recognized as one of the Best New Albums released this past year. I thank the Recording Academy and the NARAS voters for their validation of my work.”

President of Domo Music Group, Eiichi Naito added, “2014 will be an exciting year for Kitaro. Along with his upcoming 2014 Symphonic World Tour, this Grammy nomination for Final Call and Grammy Award ceremony will be a highlight for us all at Domo Music Group and Kitaro, as well.”

Dino Malito, Vice President at A&R for Domo Music Group concluded, “Speaking for myself and the entire Domo Music Group creative team, I can honestly say this is a wonderful tribute to the hard work of us at Domo and reflects Kitaro’s dedication to always delivering quality and expertly crafted projects. We’re particularly proud of NARAS’ accolades for Kitaro’s Final Call, which amazingly, is his 15th Grammy nomination.

The 56th Grammy Awards will take place January 26th at The Staples Center, Los Angeles and air live on CBS.

Simultaneously, in a first for the decorated musician and composer, Kitaro will perform in Eastern Europe with a full-orchestra on his “Kitaro’s 2014 Symphonic World Tour.” The 2014 live production will include stops in Warsaw, Moscow, Bucharest, Istanbul and other historic and amazing international locations.  Commenting on the tour Kitaro says, “It has always been my dream to perform with a full orchestra in these beautiful and historic cities. I look forward to every moment of this coming tour with great anticipation.”

“Kitaro’s 2014 Symphonic World Tour” dates:
19 February         St Petersburg Bkz Hall
22 February         Warsaw, Kongress hall
24 February         Kiev, Ukraine Palace
26 February         Moscow, Crocus Hall
28 February         Bahrain opt
02 March             Bucharest, Sala Palatilui
04 March             Istanbul, Zorlu center
06 March             Baku, Hayder Aliyev Sarayi or Minsk Belarus Palace

More details about  tour will be announced soon.

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Kitaro announces 15th Grammy nomination and first-ever Eastern European tour

2 thoughts on “Kitaro announces 15th Grammy nomination and first-ever Eastern European tour

  1. By chance I happened to scroll trough this post and actually see the name of my city there, I had no idea he was going to come. Thank you, you’ve just made my day better!

  2. Pingback: Symphony Live In Istanbul – Kitaro | Music of Our Heart

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