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Album Review:
And Then There Were Three (2015)

All About Jazz

So Hirakawa has a distinctive pianistic voice, coming out of a broad stylistic background.

Dr Jazz Magazine

Pianist Keigo Hirakawa demonstrates on this CD how fresh and sparkling the piano trio can still be. They are well attuned to each other and allow enough space for individual expression.

Jazz Society of Oregon

His debut album is building a case for another heavyweight in the green room of jazz.

Screen of Distance

An interesting approach to the piano that is clearly coming out of the post-Monk school and in the same vein as Brad Mehldau and Ethan Iverson

Tom Hull

Bright, upbeat, overwhelms you.

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