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Thu, Nov 5, 2020
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Salon Series No. 67: Prayer for Healing and Peace through the Symbolism of Cranes, the Origami Project, and Amazing Grace

Dear Everyone,

Please join us for the re-broadcasting of the Virtual Salon Series No. 67: Prayer for Healing on Thursday November 5th at 6pm EDT.

Facing the crises of the pandemic, Sachiyo Ito and Company will offer a prayer and healing message through performance.

We will perform dances based on Japanese traditional symbols for peace, dances depicting cranes, Seiten no Tsuru (Cranes in the Blue Sky) and Chiyo no Tomozuru (One thousand-year Old Crane). The crane, a symbol of longevity, is said to live for one thousand years and has also been a symbol for auspicious occasions. Ito will also perform two dances: Memories and Dedication, which will honor the lives of those who have departed from us.

Following the performances, artist and schoolteacher Colin McNally, who completed the Origami Project will teach the virtual audience how to fold paper cranes.

Closing the program, the international singer and actress Beth Griffith will perform “Amazing Grace” to help guide us towards light and healing.

Date:  Thursday November 5th, 6pm EDT

To watch, click:  www.youtube.com/watch?v=5JBiHK0bUDY

On-line link is active for 24hours.

Viewing is free. We greatly appreciate your support to help us by tax-deductible donation to continue offering Salon Series through this PayPal link Donate to Sachiyo Ito and Company.

*The Salon Series is an on-going series of performances and lecture-demonstrations on Japanese performing arts held three times a year. Dialogue between artists and audience has provided further insights into arts and culture, thus bridging cultural differences. With world class guest artists and speakers, the program has inspired NY audiences for the last 22years.  Following COVID guidelines, this presentation will be streamed on-line at the venue used for the last 2 decades.

先、10月11日生放送のさろんシリーズ第 67回「 癒しと平和への祈り」の再放送のお知らせを致します。

さろんシリーズ第 67回「 癒しと平和への祈り」再放送 

日時:11月5日(日)午後6時 EDT
こちらのリンクよりご覧ください:www.youtube.com/watch?v=5JBiHK0bUDY

リンクは24時間有効です。

お問合わせ :(212) 627-0265/ sachiyoitoandcompany@gmail.com   
ゲスト出演:Beth Griffith、Colin McNally ダンスジャパン:曹芊朔、松本明子、伊藤さちよ    

さろんシリーズ第67回は、パンデミックの渦中、「癒しと平和への祈り」と題して、

長寿,平和 癒しの象徴である鶴を主題にした日本舞踊舞踊曲、「晴天の鶴」と「千代の友鶴」、亡くなられた方々に捧げる伊藤さちよ創作作品、“Memories”と “Dedication”を上演。

又、癌の闘病者に千羽鶴を捧げて「折り紙プロジェクト」を教え子達と共に達成した

McNally 先生をゲストに迎えし、お話しと鶴の折り方をデモンストレーションして頂き、ゲストアーティストのBeth Griffith氏に、癒しのメッセージを込めて、歌曲 “Amazing Grace” を披露して頂きます。

Viewing is free. We greatly appreciate your support to help us by tax-deductible donation to continue offering Salon Series through this PayPal link Donate to Sachiyo Ito and Company.

ご高覧をお待ちしています。

伊藤さちよ舞踊団一同/藤間さちよ

*「さろんシリーズ」は、日本の舞踊を焦点に当てながら、日本の伝統芸能に対する理解を多くの方々に深めて頂くために、日曜の午後に定期的に開催しています。芸能各分野のゲストアーテイストとのコラボレーション、他国との舞踊文化との比較などを通して日本文化へのより深い理解を目指しています。又、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事を意図としています。*

Fri, Oct 30, 2020
5:00 pm 
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Artistic Director Sachiyo Ito will be featured as one of artists in their online series, presented by Center for Traditional Music and Dance.

On 10/30 at 5pm, she will show dance demonstration, her works chosen in view of the current circumstance and her reflection.

For their announcement, please see below.

Center for Traditional Music and Dance (CTMD) is proud to announce our program series Beat the Boroughs: NYC Online.  This online video series takes you into the homes and neighborhoods of fifty of New York City’s leading immigrant performers and their diverse cultural traditions. A stellar cast of musicians and dancers presents their personal stories, remarkable traditions, and pandemic experiences.

Starting October 5th, tune in on Mondays, Wednesdays and Fridays at 5PM each week to CTMD’s YouTube channel or Facebook page.

Click here to watch a sneak peak of Beat of the Boroughs-NYC Online.

Sun, Oct 11, 2020
3:00 pm 
– 4:00 pm
Tenri Cultural Institute of New York, 43A W 13th St, New York, NY 10011
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Facing the crises of Pandemics, Sachiyo Ito and Company will offer a prayer and healing message through performance. Based on Japanese traditional symbols for peace, dances depicting cranes (Seiten no Tsuru: Cranes in the Blue Sky, and Chiyo no Tomozuru: One thousand-year Old Crane) will be performed. The crane, a symbol of longevity, is said to live for one thousand years and is also a symbol for auspicious occasions.  Healing and Peace Through the Traditional Symbolism of Cranes, The Origami Project, and Amazing Grace.

Ito will then offer two dances: Memories and Dedication, in honor of the lives of those who have departed from us.

Following the dance performances, Colin McNally, an artist and schoolteacher who completed the Origami Project, will teach the virtual audience how to fold cranes as well as explain his inspiration of the project: his artistic and educational views for folding one thousand cranes.  Both those in Japan and in the West, including many school children, are familiar with the Origami paper crane as symbol for peace and healing.

In closing the program, the international singer and actress Beth Griffith will perform “Amazing Grace” for finding a light to guide us to healing.

Please join us online at:

www.youtube.com/user/dancejapan/live

Viewing is free, but if you would like to send us a tax-deductible donation, please go to our website, and click the link to donate via Paypal.  We greatly appreciate your support to help us continue offering the Salon Series.

The Salon Series No.67 and 68 are made possible funded in part by the Japan Foundation New York Culture and Arts Grant, Lower Manhattan Cultural Council in partnership with NYC Department of Cultural Affairs.

Thu, Sep 24, 2020
 – Fri, Sep 25, 2020
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Dear Everyone,

Please join us for the fifth installment of the Virtual Archive Series of Sachiyo Ito and Company. In this program we present full length versions of the dances whose excerpts were streamed before as Highlights.

They are a kabuki dance, Kyo Ningyo, and dances choreographed for the poems written by Thich Nhat Hanh (Zen monk, peace activist, and poet): “Illusion Transformed” and “Please Call Me by My True Names.”

I hope you enjoy the rare comic of the kabuki dace, and the great performance by the artist from Japan, Jinsho Fujima.

This program will be streamed on two separate days, beginning at 6pm EDT:

Thursday, September 24

Thursday, October 1

The link will be active for 24 hours. To watch, click:

www.youtube.com/watch?v=mgtTkCXMBDo

Virtual Archive Series is offered for free, but if you liked the presentation, we greatly appreciate your donation to help us to continue streaming. Also, the past streaming can be viewed with your donation, please contact us through our website to request the link for viewing. To donate, click the donation tab for PayPal on the website.

Thank you and stay well!

Warm regards,
Artistic Director
Sachiyo Ito and Company
Dancejapan.com

伊藤さちよ舞踊団のバーチュアル・アーカイブ・シリーズ第5回のご案内を致します。

木曜日9月24日、10月1日6pm EDT に オンライン・リンク

www.youtube.com/watch?v=mgtTkCXMBDo

をクリックして頂くとご覧になれます。

リンクは24時間有効で翌日の6時まで何時でもご覧になれます。

今回上演作品は、以前「ハイライト」として放送した作品を全曲でお送りします。 歌舞伎舞踊では珍しい喜劇 と言える「京人形 」は 日本から招聘した藤間仁章氏ゲスト出演にて上映致します。 そして平和運動活動家で禅僧のThich Nhat Hanh氏の詩Please Call Me by My True Names とIllusion Transformedに振り付けた伊藤さちよ創作舞踊をお届けします。

ご高覧をお待ちしています。

伊藤さちよ舞踊団一同/藤間さちよ

Thu, Aug 20, 2020
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Dear Everyone,
 
Please join us for the fourth installment of Virtual Archive Series of Sachiyo Ito and Company as we present the Onatsu Kyoran (Onatsu the Insane).  
 
We featured the excerpt from Onatsu Kyoran in our other program, and now we will present the dance drama in its entirety. 
 
Onatsu Kyoran was written and produced by Shoyo Tsubouchi in 1914, based on a story from the 1686 novel by Ihara Saikaku.  We are pleased to announce that Shogo Fujima, a special guest artist from Japan, will be joining the cast. 
 
This program will be streamed on two separate days, beginning at 6pm ET:
 
Thursday, August 20
Thursday, August 27
 
The link will be active for 24 hours.  
 
To watch, click:
 
www.youtube.com/watch?v=gAQ0KZ9q9WA
 

 Thank you and stay well!
 
Warm regards,
Sachiyo Ito, Artistic Director
 
Sachiyo Ito and Company / Dancejapan.com
 
The Virtual Archive Series is offered for free, but if you liked the presentation, we greatly appreciate your donation to help us continuing streaming. Also, past streamed programs can be viewed with your donation.  Please contact us through our website to request the link for viewing.
 
To donate, please click the donation tab for Paypal on the website.

onatsu 4

伊藤さちよ舞踊団のバーチュアル・アーカイブ・シリーズ第4回のご案内を致します。
木曜日8月20日27日6pm ET に以下のリンクをクリックして頂くとご覧になれます。

今回上演作品は舞踊劇坪内逍遥作「お夏狂乱」(1914年初演)、藤間章吾氏ゲスト出演にて上映致します。
www.youtube.com/watch?v=gAQ0KZ9q9WA
ご高覧をお待ちしています。
伊藤さちよ舞踊団一同/藤間さちよ

Thu, Jul 30, 2020
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Dear Everyone,

Please join us on Thursdays July 30, and August 6, 2020 at 6pm ET for the streaming of Virtual Archive Series of Sachiyo Ito and Company. The link will be active for 24 hours.

This program will present the Classical Tale of Dojoji Temple and Dojoji 2002.

To watch, click: youtu.be/yuAsNnGl_sQ

Virtual Archive Series is offered for free, but if
you liked the presentation, we greatly appreciate your donation to help us to
continue streaming. Also, the past streaming can be viewed with your donation,
please contact us through our website to request the link for viewing. To
donate, click the donation tab for PayPal on the website.

Thank you and
stay well!

Warm regards,

Artistic Director

Sachiyo Ito and Company

Dancejapan.com

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