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Live Performance

I regularly perform around Japan doing One-Man-Band or Renaissance lute in period costume. (See a JPEG sample of my Lute CD).

La Primavera is my Renaissance group which recreates the music of the courts and inns of Europe in the 16th century.

I sometimes play in other genres such as Scottish Dance, jazz, blues, or perform my original music.

click picture to see one-man-band page


Upcoming live performances:


lute



Niko Hotel (Onsen Diamond Restaurant 3F)
Odaiba, Tokyo (Diaba St. Yurikamome line)
place: http://www.hnt.co.jp/index_en.html
map: http://www.hnt.co.jp/eng/map_e.pdf
Date : May 10, 2009 (SUN)
Sets: 6:00 & 8:00
I'll be walking around the restaurant playing lute music


Lute and possibly violin with Jim Ediger
Saturday, 30 May, 2009
Lady's club at American Club
under the auspices of Castle Tintagel
http://castletintagel.com
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La Primavera

 

 

February 2004

Jim Ediger, Kaori Hashizume, Ed Durbrow

 

 



Jim Ediger: violin & vocals; Julianne Spicer: keyboards & vocals; Edward Noteworthy: lute & vocals

Costumes made by Yukari Durbrow.


Walter Roberts, cello & vocals; Edward Noteworthy, lute & vocals; Julianne Spicer, keyboards & vocals; Costumes made by Yukari Durbrow.


Walter Roberts, cello & vocals; Emily Benwitz, recorder & vocals; Edward Noteworthy, lute & vocals; Costumes made by Yukari Durbrow.
October 99 in Hachioji


From left to right: Alison Noonan, cello & vocals; Julianne Spicer, keyboards & vocals; Katherine Cash, violin; Edward Noteworthy, lute & vocals; Isaku Tada, recorder. Costumes made by Yukari Durbrow.
September 25th, 1999 at the Yokota Airbase Officer's Club

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