KAMIJO Sang Project ActⅦ Dream Live “Symphony of The Vampire” KAMIJO with Orchestra at EX THEATER ROPPONGI


author: Tomo


KAMIJO finally made his dream live with an orchestra a reality on Louis XVII’s birthday.


KAMIJO’s dream of a live with an orchestra finally came true on March 27th this year. The date is particularly significant because it is the birthday of Louis XVII, who faced a tragic death during the French Revolution, but still lives on in KAMIJO’s story. Since last March, KAMIJO has played a total of 47 shows under the title of Sang Project. For the climax of the project, KAMIJO took on the grand challenge of performing his album Symphony of The Vampire with an orchestra consisting of more than 40 members.

The voices of amazed fans filled the venue when the stage curtains were unveiled. On the stage, fans saw the orchestra consisting of the conductor Tanabe Kaichi, strings top/concertmaster Crusher Kimura, and the violin, viola, cello, contrabass, flute, oboe, trumpet, trombone, horn, percussion and piano players. Drummer YUKI, bassist MASASHI and guitarists Anzi and Meku took their respective positions.


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