Born February 18, 1933 is a Japanese. Which she performs in both English and Japanese, and filmmaking. She was married to English singer-songwriter. Ono grew up in Tokyo and moved to. In 1953 to live with her family.
She became involved in New York City's downtown artists scene, which included the. In 1969, Ono and Lennon used their honeymoon at the. As a stage for public. Protests against the Vietnam War.
Themes of her music have influenced musicians as diverse as the. She achieved commercial and critical acclaim in 1980 with the chart-topping album. A collaboration with Lennon that was released three weeks before his murder, winning the. Grammy Award for Album of the Year.
Ono was born on February 18, 1933, in. , a wealthy banker and former. Was an affiliate of the. Eisuke came from a long line of. Two weeks before Ono's birth, Eisuke was transferred to San Francisco by his employer, the.
The rest of the family followed soon after, with Ono meeting her father when she was two. Her younger brother Keisuke was born in December 1936. From the age of 4.
In 1937, the family was transferred back to Japan, and Ono enrolled at Tokyo's elite. (also known as the Peers School), one of the most exclusive schools in Japan.
The family moved to New York City in 1940. The next year, Eisuke was transferred from New York City to. Ono was enrolled in Keimei Gakuen, an exclusive Christian primary school run by the.She remained in Tokyo throughout. Fire-bombing of March 9, 1945. During which she was sheltered with other family members in a special. District, away from the heavy bombing. Ono later went to the.
With members of her family. Starvation was rampant in the destruction that followed the Tokyo bombings; the Ono family was forced to beg for food while pulling their belongings in a wheelbarrow. Ono said it was during this period in her life that she developed her "aggressive" attitude and understanding of "outsider" status. Other stories tell of her mother bringing a large number of goods to the countryside, where they were.
In one anecdote, her mother traded a German-made. For 60 kilograms (130 lb) of rice to feed the family. During this time, Ono's father, who had been in Hanoi, was believed to be in a. On October 16, 2007, that He was in.
He was in a concentration camp. By April 1946, Gakushuin was reopened and Ono re-enrolled. The school, located near the.Had not been damaged by the war, and Ono found herself a classmate of. She graduated in 1951 and was accepted into the philosophy program of. As the first woman to enter the department.
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