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Amusician of many stripes, 41-year-old trumpeter Tomonao Hara, a recent collaborator with New York-based trumpeter Brian Lynch, revisits an old haunt this weekend to show three different sides of his personality.

Hara, who performed on the film score for Takeshi Kitano’s yakuza flick “Brother” (2000), is known for precise playing and a straight-ahead jazz style. But for the first of his three nights at Shinjuku’s Pit Inn, he will play with veteran classical trumpeter Sachio Hotokezaka of the NHK Symphony Orchestra, alongside 10 other brass musicians.

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