Ryuichi Sakamoto shares improvised home concert



Meditative piano paired with analogue synthesizers and experimental sonics.

Ryuichi Sakamoto has shared an improvised home performance, recorded for people living in lockdown due to the ongoing Coronavirus pandemic.

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Across the 30-minute recording, Sakamoto uses guitar feedback, piano, analogue synthesizers and various sound objects to craft experimental, healing sonics.

The performance was originally broadcast as part of UCCA+ Kuaishou Sonic Cure programme – for people living in isolation in China.

“Let’s wash hands. Let’s keep social distance. Stay inside. stay home. I hope you enjoy the music,” shares Sakamoto.

Watch the performance in full above.