Kazuko Music (Kazuko Stratmann) is a professional flutist based in New York, NY. She can perform classical, pop and jazz music. You can ask for any music you'd like and she will arrange it for you ensemble style with any instruments.
Kazuko music has only major music conservatory graduate musicians. Our sound will make your special day beautiful and memorable. We can perform your wedding and events with any number of musicians. For example solo, duo, trio, quartet and chamber orchestra.
Also, she is a jazz and pop player. She can continue performing for your cocktail hour and dinner time with the ensemble or the band.
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Flute and 2 violins trio for the ceremony and cocktail hour will be $1000.
We will perform before, during and after the ceremony, and cocktail hour(total 2 hours).
I can arrange your special 2 songs which are not on my list.
Please reserve before 11/30/2021 and we can perform any day until 12/31/2022.
Kazuko started playing the piano at the age of three. At the age of eleven she fell in love with the flute and has been playing it ever since. graduated magna cum laude at Osaka College of Music in Osaka. She was accepted for the diploma course and studied at Japans most prestigious college of music Tohogakuen in Tokyo.
In 1989 She moved from Japan to Los Angeles, California. In Los Angeles, She studied composition of music. She later got married in Los Angeles and soon moved to Miami, Florida. She performed with Victor Espinola (Paraguayan Harpist) and Robert Thomas Jr.(Percussion) and that influence with Latin flare on her music. Presently, She is residing in greater New York area and making effort to improve the world through the positive vibrations of the music.