Here are a couple articles and some photographs from this past sundays Japan fundraiser.There is another with Yoko and Sean and other musician this tuesday 3/29.
March 27, 2011
By Allison Malecha
Yoko Ono, Sean Lennon, and others play Miller Theatre to benefit Japan earthquake victims
Sonic Youth, Yoko Ono, Sean Lennon, Cibo Matto—rarely has Columbia drawn such a star-studded cast of musician’s as for tonight’s Miller Theatre Concert to Benefit Japan Earthquake Relief. Ticket sales raised $33,000 for the cause, and the crowd was, if not elated, plenty satisfied. In a word, the night was a success.http://spectrum.columbiaspectator.com/arts/yoko-ono-sean-lennon-and-others-play-miller-theatre-to-benefit-japan-earthquake-victims
March 28, 2011
At the end of their four-song set on March 27th at Columbia University's Miller Theater in New York, Sonic Youth played "Shaking Hell" from their 1983 album, Confusion Is Sex – a song about transgressive fantasies with a title that eerily captured the urgency of the night, a benefit for disaster relief in Japan. The first of five Concerts for Japan organized and curated by composer-saxophonist John Zorn, the sold-out Miller Theater show was headlined by Yoko Ono and the latest version of her Plastic Ono Band and included performances by guitarist Marc Ribot, ex-Faith No More vocalist Mike Patton with pianist Uri Caine, Zorn's Aleph Trio and a reunion of the Japanese art-pop duo Cibo Matto. The event raised over $33,000 from ticket sales, with all parties donating services, space and gear.http://m.rollingstone.com/?redirurl=/music/blogs/alternate-take/yoko-ono-sonic-youth-rock-for-japan-in-new-york-20110328http://musica.uol.com.br/album/concert-to-japan_album.jhtm#fotoNav=1