In 1983, he appeared in both the Bratislava Music Festival and the Brno International Music Festival, Czechoslovakia, and he also performed in the Republic of Ireland. In 1984 he gave concerts in Hungary and Rumania. In 1985 he toured Australia as a soloist with a major Japanese Symphonic Orchestra, giving concerts in Brisbane and Sydney, In 1986 he presented two recitals for the Almeida International Festival of Contemporary Music and Performance in London. In the same year he performed in Rome, Baden-Baden and Oxford, his concert in Baden-Baden being broacast live from Sudwestfunk.
In 1987 he was invited to Belglum to give recitals ih Brussels and Gent. In autumn 1987 he gave 26 performances as on-stage musician with the English National Opera at Coliseum, London. In March to April 1988, he played in Vienna, Zurich, Bern and Brussels. In May 1988, he participated in "Points of Contacts",.
three day celebration of New Electro-Acoustic Music by Young British Composers at the South Bank Centre. In October 1988, he was invited to play a duo concert with Pierre-Yves Artaud at Antidogma Musica International Music Festival in Torino, Italy. Since 1982 Yoshikazu Iwamoto has been artist-in-residence at Dartington College of Arts in the U.K. BBC Radio 3 has featured him in a series of four programmes on the shakuhachi.
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