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Yoshiki Symphonic Concert 2002 with Tokyo City Philharmonic Orchestra Featuring Violet UK (2005)

Video  -  Documentary | Music  -  30 March 2005 (Japan)
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Himself (Piano, Guest Conductor) (as Yoshiki)
Konstantin Krimets ...
Himself (Conductor)
Ikuro Fujiwara ...
Himself (Conductor)
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Herself (Guest Vocals, Dancer)
Colleen Lenihan ...
Herself (DJ)
Aiko Terunuma ...
Herself - 1st Violin
Akiko Matsuzaka ...
Herself - 1st Violin
Fumie Sakihara ...
Herself - 1st Violin
Rest of cast listed alphabetically:
Hitoshi Hasuike ...
Himself - Doublebass
Nana Hattori ...
Herself - Principal 2nd Violin
Minoru Hirokawa ...
Himself
Makoto Ito ...
Herself - Harp
Noriko Ito ...
Herself - Flute
Ayako Kanayama ...
Herself - Cello
Kenji Kobayashi ...
Himself - Doublebass
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Yoshiki's back!
26 May 2006 | by (Italy) – See all my reviews

I recommend this DVD not only to every fan of X-Japan and Yoshiki but also to every music lover!Apart from playing some of the most famous songs made by X-Japan,Yoshiki introduces us to his new project called Violet Uk,which is going to hit the stores this fall(if you want to have a preview of his new upcoming works check Violet Uk's blog on Myspace.com).This new project aims at combining classical,rock,hip hop and electro music all in one unique genre.It may seem something impossible to achieve but believe me,seeing is believing! Yoshiki,once again,proves to be one of the most eclectic and talented artists ever! I give this DVD 10/10.


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