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Ukulele Japanese Songs

Location: UCB Room 115

Free concert! Hirasakana Oyogu is a musician and educator living in Oita Prefecture, Japan. He plays ukulele, percussion, flute and sing songs. He composes, makes music arrangements and works for stage music. Originally from Chiba Prefecture, Oyogu began singing in the street when he was a high school student. In 2000, he began singing and performing a drum solo. In 2007, he released his first CD in a record label in Australia. He performed worldwide including Australia, Korea and Taiwan.

For more information, contact: yf83@hawaii.edu (808) 932-7213

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