The Sunday morning brunch was held at the Crowne Plaza ballroom, after a nice breakfast, we were entertained by the lovely Keiko Matsui on the grand piano. She had a new band and a new show. The lineup consisted of Jimmy Branly on drums, Carlitos Del Duerto on acoustic bass (both hailing from Cuba) and J.P. Mourão on acoustic guitar, hailing from Brazil. With this international band in an acoustic setting, Keiko Matsui delivered her unique brand of music, starting with "Night Waltz", followed by "Kappa", later she played the beautiful "Forever, Forever", the band supported her always nicely in a restricted and still effective manner, each band member had his solo spots during the show. She also did a nice instrumental version of "A Drop Of Water" from her first US release that featured Carl Anderson, before the last few songs were done. She was called back for an encore and did one more in a trio setting, wrapping up a varied a special show, starting a new chapter of her career.