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6/18 Choral Festival of Japan (CFJ)
Holy Trinity Roman Catholic Church
213 W. 82nd Street, NY, NY 10024 (between B’way and Amsterdam)
Part I – Workshop: 12:45-2:00PM (fee $10)
Instructor: Ms. Sahoko Sato
Music Piece: Ode to Mother Earth
Part II – Concert: 3:00-5:00PM (free admission)
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5/14 Prayer Through Gospel Music
Benefit Concert for Japan with a mini gospel workshop
CRS (Center for Remembering and Sharing)
3/26 Prayers for Japan Concert
Japanese American United Church
4/2 Concert Benefit for Japan
Middle Collegiate Church
4/9 Concert For Japan
5/3 Gospel Brunch
9/17 – 19 “Project Music for Peace” with “Hibaku” (Atomic Bomb survivor) piano
Locations: Japan Society, Convent Avenue Baptist Church, Japanese American United Church
Cocolo Choir performed with the piano that survived the atomic bomb in Hiroshima. The piano was restored and was flown over from Hiroshima for the series of concerts in NYC.
9/11 Memorial Concert
Cocolo Choir sang at the 9/11 Memorial Concert at the NY Society for Ethical Culture in NYC on 9/11/2010. “Inori” was composed by Mr. Yuji Sasaki who is a nephew of Sadako Sasaki. Her efforts to fold one thousand paper cranes before dying of leukemia as a result from the A-bomb blast in Hiroshima has become a symbol for world peace. Each Cocolo member wishes peace for the world so that no one will suffer from war anymore.
Total Praise, with Shonan Gospel Choir
Cocolo Japanese Gospel Choir sang “Total Praise” with the Shonan Gospel Choir from Kanagara, Japan at the 911 Memorial Concert in NYC on 9/11, 2010. Professor Gregory Hopkins, the director of the Cocolo, played the piano.
Other Performances in the Past: