On the first day, we will feature ‘Baila TReS’ that made two CDs, with the members who have developed a deep connection through years of touring. “Baila” means “dance” in Spanish, and the thrilling back-and-forth interplay that unfolds over a fun, danceable groove is the essence of this band.
On the second day, we will feature the father and son band ‘TReS’ performing for the first time with another father and son band, the Ishii-ke (Ishii Family). The aesthetic and brilliant world of the Ishii-ke, featuring a pianist and a violinist, will surely give a new inspiration to TReS. Expectations are especially high for the first encounter between the two second-generation Japanese, who are still in their twenties.
On the third day, “TReS” will be welcoming three talented performers. The members were all old acquaintances who knew each other well. The feast of TReS and the musicians, who are capable of playing a wide variety of repertoire including Brazilian, Latin, jazz, and free music, is a fun and harmonious festival.
September 17th(fri) 18th(sat) 19th(sun)
Notice of Change in Business Hours
Until September 30, the opening hours of the venue and the starting time of performance will be changed as follows:
Doors open at 17:30
Performance begins at 18:00 – 19:50
Please note that alcoholic beverages, including those included in the set with one drink, cannot be served Until September 30. Thank you for your understanding.
3,300 yen (one drink included)
*We will start accepting reservations at the reception counter of Shinjuku Pit Inn, or by phone (03-3354-2024), or via the ticket reservation form of each performance from AM11:00 on August 1, Sunday. (Customers who made reservations will be given reference numbers for priority entrance.)
17th Baila TReS
Toshiki Nagata (b), RIO (bsax), Sachi Hayasaka (sax), Shikou Ito (p), Gen Ogimi (per)
18th TReS with Ishii-ke
【Toshiki Nagata (b), RIO (bsax), Sachi Hayasaka (sax)】Ishii-ke【Akira Ishii (p), Tomohiro Ishii (vln)】
19th TReS with Friends
【Toshiki Nagata (b), RIO (bsax), Sachi Hayasaka (sax)】Shiro Sadamura (vln), Nobumasa Tanaka (p), Yoichi Okabe (per)