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Miyuki Fujino

Miyuki Fujino originally from Osaka, later moved to Tokyo, Japan signified the continuation of forward swinging. Fujino is an influential Japanese saxophonist mostly known for playing funk and soul music. April 2015, Fujino released solo albums, “Sax Lady,” which has made ripples in the industrial of jazz.

Three years later, she has released another album featuring American sax player Eddie M. as a guest (who has played alongside Prince, Sheila E, 13 Cat’s and more), sending her funky style to the world from Japan.  she has done talk sessions with Candy Dulfer and Mindi Abair, and published books regarding contemporary music. Fujino not only the endorser of P. Mauriat Saxophone but also P. Mauriat Reeds, the combination of these two products has made her gone further with her performances.

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On the Scene with Miyuki Fujino