Live performance at blue note Naramachi, one of the performances for  the Japan Tour 2023.  Filmed by blue note Naramachi, Nara Japan on April 30th 2023. Kaoru Ozaki on bass, Yuichiro Kimura on drums and Tamami Maitland on vocals/piano.  All rights reserved.

Live performance at Vines Art Festival in Vancouver, BC Canada on August 4th 2022. Tamami Maitland on vocals/keyboard, Emilio Suarez on bass and Jonathan Fairbank on drums. Filmed and edited by Shay O’Donoghue. All rights reserved.


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 New Release

Available on July 7th 2023 (Pre-save available now)

 Latest Album

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Photo ©2022/Jamie Poh, Vancouver Outsider Arts Festival

Upcoming Performance

Thursday, July 11th 5-7pm with Lesley Branton @ Plaza Pop Up Series at Main st & E. 14th (Vancouver, BC)

Sunday, July 14th 6-9pm Tamami Maitland Solo @Inevitable Fondue & Piano Lounge (Vancouver, BC) Cancelled

Wednesday, July 17th 6-9pm with Lesley Branton @ Casa Mia (WestVancouver, BC)

Sunday, August 4th 2-2:30pm @ Powell Street Festival : Street Stage (Vancouver, BC)

Sunday, August 14th 6-9pm with Lesley Branton @ Casa Mia (WestVancouver, BC)

Short Bio

Tamami Maitland, a Vancouver-based singer-songwriter/composer/jazz pianist, captivates audiences with her soothing and groovy feel, drawing from her Japanese heritage. Her music, a fusion of jazz, and R&B, resonates with themes of nature and love reminiscent of traditional Japanese poetry. Following her successful debut international tour in Japan in 2023, Tamami continues to inspire positivity through her uplifting performances. Featured in "Burnaby Now" and with a growing discography, she signed with SomeFun to expand her Japanese audience and secured a spot on YesTV's "Path to Creation" series. Recognized by Midnights Records NY, Tamami is dedicated to her journey, striving for growth in the music industry.

Photo ©2022/Jamie Poh, Vancouver Outsider Arts Festival

Photo ©2023/Chao Cheng, Moon Festival, Vancouver



I had an opportunity to be interviewed by  Abhinaya Natesh, a reporter/journalist from the local news paper Burnaby Now. I had a wonderful time speaking with her, talking about music, different cultures and languages, poetry and more. You can read the full article here.  Thank you very much for the opportunity Abhinaya and Burnaby Now!!


I spent wonderful afternoon with Advisor Danny who interviewed me last week! We talked about where I came from, what inspires me to write/play music, such as Forest Bathing while we walked around Deer Lake in Burnaby BC Canada. There were some charming surprises during the walk. Although it was my first time doing this kind of interview on camera,Danny made me feel very comfortable with his professional way and some laughter. I really enjoyed it and appreciate this opportunity. Thank you very much Danny!


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