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Performance information

Association-sponsored performance

solo piano & trio Jacob Kohler Piano Concert

Jacob Kohler, a popular pianist with over 30 subscribers on YouTube.Please enjoy his special arrangements and transcendental techniques of familiar masterpieces such as classics, jazz, and anime themes.

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January 2023, 12 (Friday)

Schedule 19:00 start (18:15 start)
Venue Ota Ward Hall / Aplico Large Hall
Genre Performance (jazz)
Performance / song

Lupine the Third Theme
Beethoven (jazz arrangement)
Battlefield Merry Christmas
Libertango etc.
*Songs and performers are subject to change.Please note.


Jacob Kohler (piano)
Zak Kroxall (bass)
Masahiko Osaka (drums)

Ticket information

Ticket information

Release date

  • Online: On sale from 2023:9 on March 13, 10 (Wednesday)!
  • Ticket dedicated phone: March 2023, 9 (Wednesday) 13: 10-00: 14 (only on the first day of sale)
  • Window sales: March 2023, 9 (Wednesday) 13:14-

*From March 2023, 3 (Wednesday), due to the construction closure of Ota Kumin Plaza, the dedicated ticket telephone and Ota Kumin Plaza window operations have changed.For details, please refer to "How to purchase tickets".

How to buy a ticket

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Price (tax included)

All seats specified
General 3,500 yen
Under 25 years old 1,500 yen
※ preschooler admission not


Play guide

Ticket Pia P code: 246-945

Entertainment details

Jacob Kohler
Zach Kroxall
Masahiko Osaka

Jacob Kohler (piano)

Born in Phoenix, Arizona, USA.By the time he entered high school, he won over ten classical piano competitions, including the Arizona Yamaha Piano Competition. In 10, she was selected as one of the finalists of "COLE PORTER JAZZ PIANO FELLOWSHIP". After coming to Japan in 2007, she has been active as a jazz pianist, such as backing for TOKU.In the same year, she released "STARS", a collection of famous songs related to the stars and the moon. In 2009, she won the TV Asahi's popular TV program "Kanjani's Sorting ∞ ``Piano King Decision Battle''". As of June 2010, the number of subscribers to the YouTube Jacob Koller/The Mad Arranger channel has exceeded 4, and the number of subscribers to the Jacob Koller Japan channel has exceeded 2015.

Zak Kroxall (bass)

Bassist from Connecticut, USA.He started playing electric bass and wood bass in high school and graduated from Berklee College of Music in Boston, Massachusetts in 2008.He then traveled to New York to play music in a wide variety of genres, including appearances at world-famous Blue Note NY, 55 Bar and BB King's. In 2011, he was in charge of the opening theme bass for TV Asahi's "Hodo Station", and performed in the program.Seeking a new world, he moved to Japan in 2016. He has earned the trust of many musicians who are active overseas, including pop artists such as C&K and Hiroko Shimabukuro, as well as R&B singer Nao Yoshioka, and is actively working in Japan.

Masahiko Osaka (drums)

In 1986, he won a scholarship to study at Berklee College of Music.While in school, he joined Delfiyo Marsalis' band and performed at jazz festivals all over the United States. He returned to Japan in 1990 after working in NY.He formed the Masahiko Osaka and Tomonao Hara Quintet.He released 6 of his albums.Two of his albums were selected as gold discs by Swing Journal magazine.On the other hand, he has released 2 albums with Jazz Networks, a Japanese-American mixed band.He has participated in over 4 jazz albums as a sideman. Since 100 he has been a part-time lecturer at Senzoku Gakuen College of Music, and in 1996 he became a visiting professor.He is a Japan Sommelier Association certified wine expert.