Yuichiro Oda

Yuichiro Oda

Yuichiro Oda was born in Kagoshima, Japan. At an early age he discovered a love for music and became proficient in such styles as pop, jazz, and classical. Oda has shared his songwriting and producing talents with many artists in Japan including: Ryuichi Sakamoto, Circus, Seiko Matsuda, Anri, Toshihiko Tahara and many others. In the United States Oda has worked with famous artists such as Tom Scott, Ernie Watts, George Duke,The Brothers Johnson, Larry Carlton. He has performed with a Jazz legend, Thelonious Monk Jr. for “Do Enka Concert” at The Museum of The City of New York in 2008. He has performed again with Thelonious Monk Jr. to commemorate 150 years of ties between Japanese and New Yorkers in 2010. he also performed for The Benefit Concert for Japan at Aaron Davis Hall in Harlem, New York City in 2011. And in 2012 he has performed for "Sakura Cherry Blossom Festival" to celebrate the 100th Anniversary of the gift of cherry blossom trees to New York from Japan. In the early 80's Oda established an outstanding sales base and earned national recognition in Japan. His first big hit “American Feeling” was chosen by the Ministry of Education to be a part of the authorized music taught to Japanese students. Oda has also composed songs for several feature films, television programs, dramas and quiz shows. In 1982, for example, his song “Ridin' High” was included in a feature film produced by the major motion picture company, Kadokawa.

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