Japanese Dance and Japanese Music: Traditional Culture for the Next Generation
The performers encourage children of all ages to attend this performance.
The program includes the following:
Introduction to traditional Japanese dance
Introduction to Japanese culture: in Japanese and English
Special lecture by Tsuruga Wakasanojo
Introduction to traditional instruments: shamisen, Japanese drums
Tsuruga Wakasanojo’s shinnai setting of Misuzu Kaneko’s well-known poem, Tsumotta Yuki, with dance choreographed by Hanayagi Kihi
Shinnai Kodakara Sanbaso
Joruri: Tsuruga Wakasanojo
Dance: Hanayagi Kihi
Shamisen: Tsuruga Isejiro
Date: Monday, March 26, 2012
Time: 2:30 p.m. (doors open 2 p.m.)
Place: 5th floor, Create Hall, Hachioji City
Address: Higashi-cho 5-6, Hachioji City
Access: 5 minutes’ walk from JR Hachioji station, North Exit
Seats are not reserved.
Tickets are free, but please request them in advance by fax.
Fax your name, address, a contact phone number, and the number of tickets you want to: 03-3851-7869
Students should give the name of their school.
For further information, contact:
Hanayagi Kihi Traditional Japanese Dance Studio