T.M.Revolution will make an appearance in Washington, DC next month for a special screening of Gundam SEED. The performer will also make an appearance at the National Cherry Blossom Festival’s opening ceremonies on March 24.
Friday, March 23, 2018 at 8:30pm
George Washington University, Jack Morton Auditorium
Admission: Free, walk-ins welcome, first-come-first-served basis
This event is co-presented by the Japan Foundation, the Japan Information & Culture Center, and Embassy of Japan in conjunction with the 2018 National Cherry Blossom Festival.
Born in 1970 in Shiga prefecture, Takanori Nishikawa made his debut under the stage name T.M.Revolution (T.M.R.) in May 1996 with his single “Dokusai (Monopolize)”. Since then, he has established a reputation as a singer with catchy tunes and intriguing live performances. Many of his singles have become theme songs for major animations and games including, “Mobile Suit Gundam”, and “Sengoku BASARA”. T.M.R. has built a global fan base and performed at major anime conventions in the US, such as OTAKON 2003, Pacific Media Expo. He continues to dazzle local audiences with his energetic performances.
The Japan Foundation
The Japan Foundation is Japan’s public institution dedicated to sharing Japanese culture and language with people throughout the world. By presenting diverse aspects of Japanese culture, we create platforms of communication and understanding between the world and Japan. http://www.jpf.go.jp/e/
The National Cherry Blossom Festival is the nation’s greatest springtime celebration. The 2018 Festival, March 20 – April 15, includes four weeks of events featuring diverse and creative programming promoting traditional and contemporary arts and culture, natural beauty, and community spirit. Visit nationalcherryblossomfestival.org or call 877.44.BLOOM for more information, or check out Facebook (CherryBlossomFestival), Twitter (@CherryBlossFest), and Instagram (@CherryBlossFest).