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Wednesday, Aug 2, 2017

Lindee Hoshikawa


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Dinner seating starts: 5:00pm

Event time: 8:30pm

Event Price: $ No Cover Charge

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Lindee Hoshikawa studied vocal jazz with the late Michiko Pumpian, and guitar with Charles McCrone of Kaleidoscope Music School in Issaquah, WA. Lindee’s foundations are deeply rooted in jazz, but she also incorporates pop, blues and soul into her performances and original compositions.  She has recorded and self-released three titles: “Long Road EP” (2007), “Songs From Tokyo” (2012) and “Mother Miriam” (2015) (with Latin Grammy award-winning producer, Enrique Gonzalez Müller.)

Lindee earned her BA in Communications (Film and Media) from Temple University, Japan Campus, and worked on numerous film, TV, music and media projects during 2009-2011 in the Tokyo area. In 2009, Lindee was awarded the Creative Arts Research Grant (CARAS) from Temple University, and became a creative partner on the Global Lives Project, assistant directing the Lebanon shoot and acting as post-production lead for the Kazakhstan shoot. In 2010, she was awarded the Academic Award; Community Outreach and Promising Professional Awards from Temple University. In 2010, Lindee associate-produced the award-winning documentary film Tokyo Wakaa visual poem about Tokyo, its people and 20,000 crows directed by Stylo Films. Lindee’s music has also been used in the award-winning documentary film, NIKKEI by Venezuelan director, Kaori Flores Yonekura. After experiencing the Tōhoku Earthquake 3.11 and subsequent tsunami and nuclear disasters, Lindee felt compelled to dedicate herself to the creation of music, and has been living that conviction ever since.

Lindee currently holds multiple performing residencies in both Western and Eastern Washington and performs around 150 shows annually.

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