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Revolutionary composer Kitaro is renowned for his ability to embody the spirituality of nature and humanity through his music, often using non-traditional instruments and extremely theatrical performance styles. As a winner of Best New Age Album at the 43rd Annual Grammy Awards (for “Thinking of You”), Kitaro continues to inspire and create music that captures the vital, earthy, as well as ethereal aspects of existence. Pioneer Entertainment is proud to present Best of Kitaro – the culmination of his most celebrated and bewitching performances: Kojiki: A Story in Concert, An Enchanted Evening, Light of the Spirit, and Tamayura.
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Kitarō (喜多郎), born Masanori Takahashi (高橋 正則) (February 4, 1953), is a Japanese recording artist, composer, record producer and arranger noted for his electronic-instrumental music, and is often associated and regarded as one of the most prominent musical acts of New-age music. He is the winner of a Grammy Award for Best New Age Album (Thinking of You (1999); with a record 16 nominations in the same category) and a Golden Globe Award for the Heaven & Earth (1993) original score.
From around 1983 to 1990, he was married to Yuki Taoka, daughter of Kazuo Taoka. They have a son. In the early 1990s he moved from Japan to the United States. In the mid-1990s, he married Keiko Matsubara, a musician who played on several of his albums. Along with Keiko’s son, the couple lived in Ward, Colorado, on a 180-acre (72.85 hectare) spread and composed in his 2500-square-foot (230 m²) home studio “Mochi House” (it is large enough to hold a 70-piece orchestra). Around 2005 they relocated to Sebastopol, California.