2月24日、25日 和太鼓が バギオへ

2月24日(日曜日) 午後7時30分 コンベンション・センター
2月25日(月曜日) 正午 セッション・ロード
待望の 和太鼓のバギオ公演 です。

Dear Friends in AJISAI Network,
Greetings!

We are pleased to inform you that the Japan Foundation is bringing to
Baguio City on Feb. 24 & 25,
Japanese
taiko drum
performances by Mr. Ryo Shiobara and DAIDA, the grand prize winner of 2007 Tokyo international Taiko Contest.

Please find below the details.
Looking forward to meeting you soon!
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FEBRUARY ENDS WITH A BANG WITH WADAIKO: DRUMS OF JAPAN AT THE SHANG

The Japan Foundation, Manila (JFM) and the Shangri-la Plaza Mall
resent “Wadaiko: Drums of Japan”, an energetic Japanese drum
performance by the Grand Prize Winners of the 2007 Tokyo International Taiko Competition, Ryo Shiobara, Gokasen and Daida, at the Streetscape, Shangri-La Plaza Mall on Saturday, February 23, 2008, 8:00 PM.

In celebration of the Panagbenga, with the support of the city
government of Baguio , the Japanese taiko (drum) groups bring their infectious beats up to the Baguio City Convention Center on
Sunday
, February 24, 7:30 PM and at Bloom along Session Road on Monday, February 25, 12 NN. All shows ( Manila and Baguio ) are for free.

Naming themselves after a Japanese legendary giant, Daidarabocchi, the 10-member creative Japanese drum group from Ina City , Nagano prefecture, called Daida has come a long way since its formation in 2001. From their base in the Japanese Alps of Nagano, the part-time performers have reached different parts of Japan , touring and staging highly-acclaimed shows. Daida explores the dynamic reason behind taiko’s popularity through stirring, powerful beats which touch the heart. They continuously pursue ingenuity in their shows, culling inspiration from Japanese traditional performing arts and contemporary artistic sense.

Ryo Shiobara graduated from the Japanese Academy of Moving Images in 1983, and first trained as an assistant director under Japanese film director, Shohei Imamura. In 1985 he started to learn Japanese traditional performing arts, eventually touring Japan as a lead performer- director of the
Dengaku-za. The Dengaku-za is a professional performing arts group based in Ina City , Nagano prefecture, which aims to revitalize Japanese rural traditional arts. In 1999, Shiobara became an independent artist, studying kagura, a long-established Japanese ritual performing art unique to the Ina Valley in Nagano . His dedication to this art form led him to a serious respect for the body and physical expressions. This, in turn, led him to a discovery of taiko, as an original Japanese cultural _expression. In 2004, his young disciples formed Gokasen, a support group to his performances.

“Wadaiko:
Drums of Japan ”
is one of the featured activities under J-Taste at the Shang!, a 2-day showcase at the Shangri-La Plaza Mall, of Japanese arts and culture featuring the
35th Nihongo Speech Contest, J-Pop music, Japanese ekiben and cute bento exhibitions and cooking demonstrations, and the 1st National Bento Competition.

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For inquiries on the Wadaiko and other J-Taste at the Shang! activities, please call telephone numbers 811-6155~58;
or email:  email@jfmo.org.ph  ,
or visit the JFM website for details:  www.jfmo.org.ph .
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by janlbaguio | 2008-02-21 00:21 | AJISAI 文化交流 network
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