Japan to stage J-Dance show at Youth Theater

Created 29 November 2018
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The Japan Foundation Center for Cultural Exchange in Vietnam will hold a J-Dance show at the Youth Theater in Hanoi on December 7 and 8.
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Otsuka Ikumi is one of the Japanese dancers who will perform at the “J-Dance” show in Hanoi - Photo: Courtesy of the organizer

The show will feature four solo and duo dance pieces performed by Japanese dancers — Shaka (The Melody of Apology) choreographed and performed by Otsuka Ikumi, AFTER RUST by Ryu Suzuki, AFTERGLOW by Ishii Norihito, and Shaberidasu Shintai (Body Language) by Kihara and Yuka Dance Group (Yuka Shinohe, Kota Kihara).

Free tickets are available at The Japan Foundation, 27 Quang Trung Street, Hoan Kiem District on November 30 from 12:00.

In Japan, dance performances and festivals are held frequently. Their styles and contents vary, and many performers pursue their own way to express themselves.

The Japan Foundation Center for Cultural Exchange in Vietnam has held various stage performances, including mime, contemporary dance, street dance, and non-verbal theater to introduce the diversity of dance and physical expressions in Japan without sticking to a specific genre.


Source: Saigon Times - Bridge

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