March 2, 2019
FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE
New York’s PBS television station WNET THIRTEEN will premiere a special one-hour version of “YOSHIKI – Live at Carnegie Hall” on Friday, March 8, at 9:00pm ET in the tri-state area, with encore showings March 11-18 and additional U.S. markets to be announced soon.
“YOSHIKI – Live at Carnegie Hall” features rock star and composer YOSHIKI as pianist joined by the Tokyo Philharmonic Orchestra, performing YOSHIKI’s compositions which have sold over 50 million records worldwide. Program highlights include YOSHIKI’s theme for the Golden Globes and his piano concerto composed for the Emperor of Japan’s 10th Anniversary, along with selections from Beethoven and Tchaikovsky.
Program information and broadcast schedule are available on THIRTEEN’s website.
Program information: https://www.thirteen.org/blog-post/yoshiki-at-carnegie-hall/
Broadcast schedule: https://www.thirteen.org/schedule/?search=yoshiki
Watch the trailer for the PBS special here:
YOSHIKI recently performed his first U.S. guest appearance on Sarah Brightman’s HYMN U.S. tour at Radio City Music Hall on February 6. The digital single “Miracle (Sarah’s Version)” – composed by Yoshiki, performed by Sarah Brightman featuring YOSHIKI’s performance on piano – was released in 2018, reaching the Top 10 on iTunes Classical Charts in 15 countries.
Last month, The H Collective announced their partnership with YOSHIKI on the next installment in the xXx franchise, xXx 4 starring Vin Diesel. YOSHIKI will compose the theme song for the film and spinoff TV series and collaborate on the film score.
YOSHIKI’s film and television credits include composing music for Saw IV, Repo! The Genetic Opera, “The Golden Globe Awards”, and the hit anime series “Attack on Titan.” After receiving the Asian Icon Award from UK’s Classic Rock Magazine, YOSHIKI was chosen as the first Japanese man to appear on the cover of Vogue Japan. YOSHIKI is the leader of Japan’s most famous rock band, X JAPAN, who played Madison Square Garden and last year’s Coachella festival. X JAPAN’s first studio album in over 22 years will soon be released.