Saturday, June 10 Collaborative concert with DRUMHAND. Al Green Theatre, Jewish Community Centre, Toronto, ON.
Saturday, April 15 Collaborative concert with Toronto Tabla Ensemble. Toronto Centre for the Arts.
Saturday, November 5 Collaborative concert with acclaimed taiko, shinobue and kokyu player Shogo Yoshii from Japan. Kobayashi Hall, Japanese Canadian Cultural Centre, Toronto, ON.
Saturday, August 28 Performance with the Beirut Philharmonic and Julia Boutros. Waterfront City Dbayeh, Beirut, Lebanon.
Saturday, June 4 Collaborative concert with shinobue master Jiro Murayama. Harbourfront Centre Theatre, Toronto ON.
Thursday, April 21 Collaborative concert with jazz pianist Ron Davis and Symphronica (jazz quartet and string quartet). Lula Lounge, Toronto, ON.
Saturday, April 2 Collaborative concert with percussion quartet torQ. Brigantine Room, Harbourfront Centre, Toronto ON.
Sunday, July 5 Thirty-minute free performance in collaboration with the Toronto Tabla Ensemble for the opening of Aga Khan Park and as the Pan Am Game’s flame arrives. Aga Khan Museum Toronto.
Saturday, June 27 Collaborative concert with Chikiri. Kobayashi Hall, Japanese Canadian Cultural Centre, Toronto.
Thursday, April 30 Collaborative concert with jazz pianist Ron Davis and Symphronica (jazz quartet and string quartet). Lula Lounge, Toronto, ON.
Saturday, April 11 Collaborative concert with The Toronto Tabla Ensemble. Brigantine Room, Harbourfront Centre, Toronto ON.
Friday, March 27 Collaborative concert with Korean drumming ensemble Jeng Yi, presented by McMaster University. Convocation Hall, Hamilton ON.
Saturday, November 22 Collaborative performance with jazz pianist Ron Davis and his band for the Sakura Ball. Kobayashi Hall, Japanese Canadian Cultural Centre, Toronto, ON.
Saturday, July 12 Small collaboration with percussionist Melissa Lavergne and her band at the Festival International de Percussions. Longueuil QC.
Friday, June 13 Collaborative concert with Toronto’s Korean drum and dance powerhouse, Jeng Yi. Enwave Theatre, Toronto ON.
Wednesday, May 21 Nagata Shachu in collaboration with jazz pianist Ron Davis and Symphronica (jazz quartet and string quartet). Lula Lounge, Toronto, ON.
Saturday, March 15 Collaborative concert with renowned shakuhachi player Alcvin Ryuzen Ramos. Brigantine Room, Toronto ON
Thursday, August 8 One-hour free concert presented by the Toronto Music Garden with guest artist Jason Matsumoto, leader of Chicago’s Ho Etsu Taiko
Saturday, May 11 Traditional Performing Arts from Japan collaborative concert with renowned folk entertainer Akira Katogi and his son Raiya Katogi. Kobayashi Hall, Japanese Canadian Cultural Centre
Saturday, July 28 Joint/collaborative concert with Chicago’s Ho Etsu Taiko. Reva and David Logan Center for the Arts, Chicago.
Thursday, March 15 Tatsujin Gei “Master Artists from Japan” collaborative concert with Kodo’s Yoshikazu and Yoko Fujimoto and Okinawan dance master Mitsue Kinjo. Kobayashi Hall, Japanese Canadian Cultural Centre.
Sunday, June 15 Collaboration with dancer/choreographer Keiko Kitano for Luminat’eau, a part of Luminato Festival finale. Brigantine Room, Harbourfront Centre.
Thursday, April 26 KNE in collaboration with Bruno Deschesnes (shakuhachi), Michel Dubeau (Armenian duduk), Hassan Boussou (Moroccan gambri), Shuni Tsou (Chinese di-zi), Babak Towhidi (Persian sétar), Kayo Yasuhara (Japanese dance) presented by Musique Multi-Montreal.
Saturday, March 19 Joint concert with Montreal percussion duo GaPa (Ganesh Anandan and Patrick Graham) presented by the University of Toronto at Scarborough.
Friday, May 7 and Saturday, May 8 Full concert in collaboration with GaPa (Ganesh Anandan and Patrick Graham) and Alex Cattaneo (guitar) and Pascal Per Veillette (harmonica) presented by the Montreal Asian Heritage Month Festival. M.A.I. Centre, Montreal.
Friday, November 14 Full concert with guest percussionist Patrick Graham (Montreal) and shamisen player/vocalist Aki Takahashi (Japan). Brigantine Room, Harbourfront Centre, Toronto.
Saturday, September 29 Kiyoshi Nagata Ensemble, Scott St. John (violin), University of Toronto Faculty of Music Chamber Ensemble and Choir in collaboration with renowned brush artist Kazuaki Tanahashi, Royal Ontario Museum
Tuesday, February 27 “Kiyoshi Nagata Ensemble and Friends” presented by U of T Scarborough, with guests Kwasi Dunyo (West African drums) and Zhou Wei (Chinese flutes)
Friday, June 9 and Saturday, June 10 Collaboration with kathak dancer Joanna Das and the Toronto Tabla Ensemble, DuMaurier Theatre Centre, Toronto
Monday, July 12 Collaboration with Okinawan sanshin player Takeshi Hirayasu (formerly of Shoukichi Kina), slide guitarist Bob Brozman (US), erhu player George Gao (China/Canada), Hindustani slide guitarist Debashish Bhattacharya (India) and sarod player Aditya Verma (India), Festival D’ete, Quebec City
Sunday, July 11 Collaboration with percussionist Salvador Ferreras and drummer Andy Stochansky (formerly of Ani DiFranco), Festival D’ete, Quebec City
Sunday, January 11 Grand finale performance accompanied by sixty figure skaters for the Canadian National Figure Skating Championship’s closing ceremonies to an audience of 14,000, Copp’s Coliseum, Hamilton
Saturday, September 16 Joint concert with virtuoso erhu player George GAO as past of the September Celebration Events for the opening of the Rose Theatre. Brampton, ON.
Saturday, January 22 Fundraising concert for tsunami victims, featuring the Toronto Table Ensemble, AutoRickshaw, Samba Squad, Denise Fujiwara, Arabesque Dance Company and others. DuMaurier Centre, Harbourfront, Toronto, ON.
Saturday, November 11 Joint concert with jazz vocalist Rita DiGhent, M-DO/TTE Studio, Toronto
Saturday, March 25 Joint concert with recording artist and performer Aldo Mazza (of Repercussions), Spirit of the Drum Festival, Laurentian University, Sudbury
Sunday, October 19 Joint concert with Eve Egoyan (piano) and Debby Danbrook (shakuhachi), St. Georges the Matyr Church
Monday, September 22 Joint concert with Chinese erhu master George GAO, presented by the Hamilton Region Arts Council, Hamilton Place, Studio Theatre