2003 Event Archive

Salon Series No. 17 Transformations: Gender Changes in Japanese Dance
Sunday October 26, 2003, 3:00 PM 4:00 PM

The topic of Salon Series No. 17 is gender changes in Japanese classical dance. Sachiyo Ito will give a demonstration on technique and stylistic differences between female and male roles in Kabuki dance. Sachiyo Ito and Company will perform excerpts from Azuma Hakkei, Hokushu, and Danjuro Musume.

LOCATION: Tenri Cultural Institute, 43A West 13th Street, between 5th & 6th Avenues, New York City
MORE INFO: Sachiyo Ito & Company 212-627-0265

Japanese Classical Dance and Music — Family Program
Saturday July 26, 2003, 2:00 PM 3:00 PM

Come and join us in the Bon Odori dancing with live music!

LOCATION: Uris Auditorium, Metropolitan Museum New York, NY
MORE INFO: Sachiyo Ito & Company 212-627-0265

Folk Dance and Music with Audience Participation
Wednesday July 23, 2003, 7:00 PM 8:00 PM

Come and join us in the Bon Odori dancing with live music!

LOCATION: Wavehill, Riverdale, Bronx , New York
MORE INFO: Sachiyo Ito & Company 212-627-0265

An Evening of Renku and Dance
Friday June 27, 2003, 8:00 PM 9:00 PM

In this evening of literary and performing arts, Sachiyo Ito and members of the Haiku Society of America interpret the Japanese tradition of linked verses, called Renku, using dance, accompanied and interspersed with music, as a basis for composing haiku as well as a means of linking haiku. Following each dance segment, participating poets as well as members of the audience will be invited to contribute haiku with the goal of creating a communal work of poetic performance.

LOCATION: Japan Society at 333 East 47th Street, New York City
MORE INFO: Sachiyo Ito & Company 212-627-0265

Haiku and Walking Meditation
Friday June 20, 2003 – All Day

Join Sachiyo Ito for a workshop to compose haiku and link this creative expression with the inspiration of movement and walking meditation at the beautiful Zen Monastery. Participants of every level will explore their creative and inner beings in this unique, communal experience.

LOCATION: Dai Bosatsu Zen Monastery, Livingston Manor, Catskills, New York
MORE INFO: Sachiyo Ito & Company 212-627-0265

Haiku and Walking Meditation
Friday June 20, 2003 – All Day

Join Sachiyo Ito for a workshop to compose haiku and link this creative expression with the inspiration of movement and walking meditation at the beautiful Zen Monastery. Participants of every level will explore their creative and inner beings in this unique, communal experience.

LOCATION: Dai Bosatsu Zen Monastery, Livingston Manor, Catskills, New York
MORE INFO: Sachiyo Ito & Company 212-627-0265

Haiku and Walking Meditation
Friday June 20, 2003 – All Day

Join Sachiyo Ito for a workshop to compose haiku and link this creative expression with the inspiration of movement and walking meditation at the beautiful Zen Monastery. Participants of every level will explore their creative and inner beings in this unique, communal experience.

LOCATION: Dai Bosatsu Zen Monastery, Livingston Manor, Catskills, New York
MORE INFO: Sachiyo Ito & Company 212-627-0265

Three Women in the Japanese Classical Dance
Saturday May 17, 2003, 8:00 PM 9:00 PM

Three solos performed by Sachiyo Ito:
Fuji Musume (Wistaria Maiden), Mitsumen Komori (Three Mask Lullaby), both are kabuki dances, and Tamatori Ama (Fisher Woman) in Jiuta-mai style.

LOCATION: Poet’s Den, The Poietis Theater 309 East 108th Street, New York City Between 1st and 2nd Avenue
MORE INFO: Sachiyo Ito & Company 212-627-0265

Three Women in the Japanese Classical Dance
Friday May 16, 2003, 8:00 PM 9:00 PM

Three solos performed by Sachiyo Ito:
Fuji Musume (Wistaria Maiden), Mitsumen Komori (Three Mask Lullaby), both are kabuki dances, and Tamatori Ama (Fisher Woman) in Jiuta-mai style.

LOCATION: Poet’s Den, The Poietis Theater 309 East 108th Street, New York City Between 1st and 2nd Avenue
MORE INFO: Sachiyo Ito & Company 212-627-0265

Three Women in the Japanese Classical Dance
Thursday May 15, 2003, 8:00 PM 9:00 PM

Three solos performed by Sachiyo Ito:
Fuji Musume (Wistaria Maiden), Mitsumen Komori (Three Mask Lullaby), both are kabuki dances, and Tamatori Ama (Fisher Woman) in Jiuta-mai style.

LOCATION: Poet’s Den, The Poietis Theater 309 East 108th Street, New York City Between 1st and 2nd Avenue
MORE INFO: Sachiyo Ito & Company 212-627-0265

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