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5504 Star Starred
The Triple Door
Corner of Union & 3rd Ave. 216 Union Street Seattle, WA 98101
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4.9 / 5 Rated by 12 members
Review from Lisa Yeager

Keiko is so personable and fun plus incredible talent. It was a great concert.

reviewed Jan 29 2013 report as inappropriate
Review from voyagebabe

The Triple Door was a little niche in Downtown Seattle that could be overlooked if not specifically looking for it from the street. The Interior was a little run down-but cozy in all the right spots. The menu prices were a little steep-but worth...continued

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Review from Goldstar Member

Keiko Matsui and her band were simply excellent. Awesome show, great songs. Could not have been better.

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Visit Keiko Matsui website.


Keiko Matsui is a citizen of the world. She tours relentlessly and has brought her music to virtually every corner of the globe. Her music transcends boundary and her unique melting pot of musical influences have garnered her a devout international following.

“Music has no borders and it creates a oneness among people,” confides the Japanese born pianist, composer and producer. “There have been many occasions when I have felt like music saved me. There is a connection between my fans and I and together in my music we are sharing harmony.”

An activist by nature, Keiko (pronounced Kay-Koe means ‘happy, celebratory child’ in Japanese) has not only used her music to speak to the world but she has lent her voice to causes championed by organizations like The United Nations World Food Programme, Be The Match Marrow Registry and The National Donor Program and Marrow Foundation. With over a million and a half albums sold and scores of sold out concerts across the globe, Keiko Matsui is one of the brightest stars in instrumental music. Her free spirit and creative genius have afforded her the luxury to share the stage with everyone from Stevie Wonder and Miles Davis to Hugh Masakela and Bob James.

<em>Sex With Strangers</em> <em>To Kill a Mockingbird</em> <em>Cirque du Soleil: LUZIA</em> <em>RENT</em>: The 20th Anniversary Tour <em>The Snowy Day and Other Stories</em> by Ezra Jack Keats <em>Ridiculous Vices: Molière Improvised</em>