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Kishi Bashi - On Composition (Berklee Intervals)

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Berklee Alumnus Kishi Bashi discusses the creative process behind his latest album, Omoiyari. The album inspired his creation of a songfilm of the same name, which explores the history of Japanese Americans during World War II, minority identity and the shared human experience. Kishi Bashi was interviewed at Boston's Paradise Rock Club before performing a sold out show.

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Produced by Jeannie Greeley
Edited by Isak Kotecki
Cameras: Jenni Rudolph, Regina Crisosto Jequier
Audio production and mixing: Isak Kotecki
Graphics: Jeannie Greeley, Zakriya Bashir-Hill
Interviewer: Bryan Parys
Images and additional footage courtesy of the artist.

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