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10 sessions from end of October to December
Performance in the New Year
Audition: 10/19 Monday 4-5pm
For details and registration, please email: firstname.lastname@example.org
The workshop is sponsored, in part, by the public funds from NYC Department of Cultural Affairs in partnership with the City Council.
Sachiyo Ito is a choreographer for Ghost Light:The Haunting, produced and directed by Penny Bergman, written by Carol Sorgenfrei. Come and join us to be haunted!
About Ghost Light: The Haunting
The ghost of a Japanese-American actress wreaks vengeance on the ambitious husband who betrayed her in this contemporary fusion of Macbeth and the kabuki Yotsuya Ghost Tales.
3 WEEKS ONLY! OCTOBER 23 – NOVEMBER 8
Performances of GHOST LIGHT are Wednesdays – Sundays at 7:30PM; Saturday matinees (October 24 and November 7) at 2PM. Special Opening Night Halloween (October 31st) performance at Midnight.
Tickets to GHOST LIGHT are $18 and available online at brownpapertickets.com
The Company will present exquisitely beautiful and elegant Japanese classical dances. The program will include Kabuki dances from the 19th century.
To familiarize audience with Kabuki, Sachiyo Ito will offer a demonstration on Kabuki dance with various styles of walk by characters in Kabuki plays, as well as use of stage props such as a dance fan. A work choreographed by Sachiyo Ito in classical dance style will also be presented.
Please Join us at the Interfaith Peace Gathering which is part of the Hiroshima・Nagasaki 70th Year Peace Events 2015
Sachiyo Ito will perform and offer a dance of prayer to the deceased and those affected by the atomic bombing.
Event information is available from the website.
SCHEDULE OF EVENTS
Master of Ceremony: Heather Harlan Nakagaki
Welcoming Remarks by Meg Chapman, President of NY Society for Ethical Culture
Opening Remarks by Rev. T. Kenjitsu Nakagaki, Organizer
Slide Show “Kenka”(flower offering) by Hiroshima Seven Rivers Photo Club
Music Performance Nobuki Takamen, guitarist/composer
Invocation from Japanese traditions:
Calling Drumming by Kaoru Watanabe, ‘Taiko’ Japanese drummer/‘Feu’ flutist
Dance by Sachiyo Ito, Japanese dancer
Gagaku Music Offering and Peace Prayer
by Tenri Gagaku Music Society of New York, and Rev. Michael Yuge
Shomyo Buddhist Chant
– Rev. T. Kenjitsu Nakagaki, supported by Rev. Katsuya Kusunoki
Sanbika Christian Hymn – Rev. Kaz Takahashi, Japanese American United Church
Poem “Peace Bell” by Riverside Shinchi, Carletta J. Walker, poet/writer/artist
Moment of Silence and Peace Bell at 7:15pm (Exact moment when the first atomic bomb was dropped on Hiroshima at 8:15am, on August 6, 1945.)
Music Offering by Sonny Ochiai, Sanshin (Okinawa’s traditional instrument) player, accompanied by Kaoru Watanabe, Fue flute
Song Offering by Minami Hattori, Soprano, accompany with Hiromi Abe, pianist
Interfaith Peace Prayer and Meditation from world religions
Judaism – Rabbi Simkha Y. Weintraub, Jewish Board of Family and Children’s Service
Islam – Sister Aisha al-Adawiya, Women In Islam
Hinduism – Dr. Uma Mysorekar, Hindu Temple Society of North America
Christianity – Rev. Robert Brashear, West Park Presbyterian Church
Buddhism – Bhante Kondanna, Staten Island Buddhist Vihara
Music Offering: by Sumiko Tajihi, violinist
Reading of Mayors Messages
Message from Hiroshima Mayor: Tak Furumoto, NY Hiroshima-kai
Message from Nagasaki Mayor: Takeshi Yamaguchi, NY Batten-kai
Japanese American Association of New York – Susan Onuma
Interfaith Center of New York – Ellen Greeley
Musical Performance by Japan Choral Harmony”TOMO”
Mike Shirota, Conductor; Hiromi Abe, pianist
Poem “Peace is Possible” by Great Elbogen, a Holocaust survivor.
Keynote Address by Tomiko Morimoto West, Hibakusha (survivor) of Hiroshima
Musical Performance by Toshiko Akiyoshi, Jazz pianist, and Lew Tabackin, Saxophonist. flutist
Appreciation and Remarks by Rev. T. Kenjitsu Nakagaki
President of Buddhist Council of New York
Dana (donation) Collection
Musical Performance by Shinji Harada, Recording artist/Hiroshima Peace Culture Ambassador
Silent Meditation and Prayer for Peace and Lighting Ceremony:
Silent Peace Walk to Imagine Circle (Central Park Strawberry Field)
Japanese Legends: Yamanba and Hataori Monogatari (Old Woman in the Mountain and Weaving Stories) and Tsuru no Ongaeshi (Return of Gratitude by the Crane)
Through the performances of the Kabuki Dance Shigure Saigyo and the classical Sankyoku music, Kajimakura, Salon Series No. 52 will explore the life of Asobime (Play Girl) and Shirabyoshi (Shrabyoshi Dancer). They are the medieval entertainers, described as the profane, and yet who served a sacred role in Japanese history. Originally a Noh play adapted to a Kabuki dance, Shigure Saigyo, surrounds an episode about a poet /monk Saigyo and a courtesan/Boddhisattva, while Kajimakura is about the impermanence of entertainers’ lives.
Guest Artists: Yoshiro Kono, Mutsumi Takamizu and Masumi Takamizu on Koto, Shamisen, and Vocal
Dance Japan: Yuu Fujita, Keiko Ikehata, Sachiyo Ito
Date: Sunday June 21, 2015 3-4pm
Admission: $15, $10 for Senior & Student
日: 6月21日（日）, 午後３時
場所：天理文化協会43A West 13th Street NYC
チケット：$15, $10 (シニア/学生）
お問合わせ ：(212) 627-0265/ email@example.com
＊さろんシリーズは、舞踊に重点を置きながら、日本の伝統芸能に対する理解をくの方々に深めていただこうと言うのが主旨で、年に3回、天理文化協会にて、 日曜の午後に開かれます。日本の舞踊、演劇、音楽に興味のある方、また勉強し ていらっしゃる方々を対象に、Q＆Aの場、楽しい意見交換のフォーラムを提供していくことを意図しています。
|The Salon Series No. 51 will explore expressions of love through dance in the east and west, specifically, in Japan and Spain, based on the premise that dance is a mirror of culture. The program will present classical dances of each country, as well as contemporary dances in traditional styles, followed by a joint improvisation. An excerpt from Kyoganoko Musume Dojoji will be performed by Sachiyo Ito and accompanied by Sumie Kaneko.
Guest artists: Juana Cala and José Moreno (guitar & vocal) , Sumie Kaneko (shamisen & vocal)
Ticket: $15, $10 (Senior & Student）
さろんシリーズ17周 年の2017年第1 弾さろんシリーズ51回 のテーマは「愛の表現」を取り上げ、舞踊は文化の鏡という観点からスペイン舞踊と日本舞踊の愛の 表現を比較をします。ゲストにヤ-ナ・カラ氏とカラ氏の音楽家、そして三味線と唄の金子純恵氏お招きします。歌舞伎舞踊「京鹿子娘道成寺」からの抜粋と、 締め括りの合同即興をご期待下さい。アーテイストと観客との意見交換、 Ｑ＆Ａへのご参加、ご高覧をお待ちしています。
日: 4月12日（日）、午後３時 場所：天理文化協会、４３ＡＷｅｓｔ １３ｔｈ Ｓｔｒｅｅｔ，ＮＹＣ チケット：$15, $10 (シニア、学生） お問合わせ：(212) 627-0265 、firstname.lastname@example.org
＊さろんシリーズは、舞踊に重点を置きながら、日本の伝統芸能に対する理解を くの方々に深めていただこうと言うのが主旨で、年に3回、天理文化協会にて、 日曜の午後に開かれます。日本の舞踊、演劇、音楽に興味のある方、また勉強し ていらっしゃる方々を対象に、Q＆Aの場、楽しい意見交換のフォーラムを提供し ていくことを意図しています。
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