紀平凱成 Kyle Kihira
- Gifted pianist & composer. Born April 2, 2001.
From early childhood, he became fascinated with various genres of music, expressing the sound of wind and birdsong with musical notes. While playing with musical instruments, he naturally mastered music theory and wrote thousands of compositions in his unique style of arranging notes on a blank piece of paper at once without touching the keyboard.
He has written thousands of compositions in his unique style of arranging notes on a blank sheet of paper without touching the keyboard. He specializes in the music of Nikolai Kapustin, whose compositions are a high-dimensional fusion of classical music and jazz, and whose intricate and complex playing techniques and high performance effects have attracted pianists from all over the world. He has won awards in Japan and abroad for his energetic technique and delicate tone. At the age of 17, he received a Diploma from Trinity College London, U.K. He creates an original world of melodies and innovative harmonies spun with a fresh sensitivity, as well as improvisation in all directions. His unique talents have been seen on "The! World's Greatest News," "Sukkiri," "24-Hour TV," "MISIA the Toy Shop," and numerous other medias. He performed the music for the opening ceremony of the Tokyo 2020 Paralympics.