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Takashi Ohi (Japan)

Instrument: Saito Concert Vibraphone VS-330 VS-330

Born in 1947, Mie Prefecture, Japan.
Takashi Ohi is a leading vibraphone player,
said to play with the soul of Milt Jackson.
Many people have been amazed by his 2-mallet swing style of playing.

He studied music at Kunitachi College of Music in Japan.
After graduating, he toured the United States, and performed at
The Monterey Jazz Festival, Wolf Trap International Jazz Festival,
And Mount Hood Jazz Festival with John Lewis, Craig Terry, Jimmy
Cob, Jimmy Forest, and Al Gray.
He recorded "Good Vibration" with John Lewis, "Mr. Blue" with
Ray Brown, Gene Harris, and Jeff Hamilton.

He currently plays with his own group, “Takashi Ohi & Super Vibration”.

Jazz Festivals in Japan

    Madarao Kogen Jazz Festival
    Zaoh Jazz Festival
    Nagaragawa Jazz Festival
    Otaka Kogen Jazz Festival
    Syonai Jazz Festival

Jazz Festivals overseas

    Monterey Jazz Festival
    Wolf Trap International Jazz Festival
    Mount Hood Jazz Festival

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