Jeff Kashiwa, the talented saxophonist, recently wowed audiences at the Berks Jazz Festival in Reading, PA with his smooth and soulful jazz music. With over three decades of experience in the music industry, Kashiwa has established himself as a prominent figure in the world of jazz music.
Born on April 12, Kashiwa is in the middle of performing and will play again on April 23rd at San Antonio’s Taste of New Orleans. He has a unique style that blends elements of jazz, R&B, and funk to create a sound that is both melodic and groovy. His music is not only pleasing to the ear but also has a way of moving the body and soul.
At the Berks Jazz Festival, Kashiwa played to a packed house, and the audience was in awe. His ability to effortlessly move from one note to the next was mesmerizing, and his improvisational skills were on full display. Kashiwa played several of his popular tunes, including “Ecstasy,” “Back In The Day,” and “Hyde Park (The ‘Ah, Oooh’ Song).”
Upcoming is his performance at the Taste of New Orleans in San Antonio. Taste of New Orleans is part of San Antonio’s famous Fiesta, a multi-week celebration of the Battle of the Alamo. A full house is expected for Jeff’s next performance.