Saeko Ichinohe Dance Company

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Aily Citigroup Theater
405 West 55th St
(@ 9th Ave)
New York, New York, 10019
United States

Saeko Ichinohe has been creating dance - merging traditional Japanese movement, music and costumes with modern Western movement continuously - since 1970. A native of Japan and a graduate of the Juilliard School, she is the first Japanese choreographer to win a choreographic prize in the U.S. and to create works for American ballet companies.

Her New York-based company has established a cultural bridge for Western audiences, combining an appreciation of the traditions and art forms of Japan with American contemporary dance. Her company members teach in New York City, in Tokyo, and in cities throughout the United States as guest teachers.

The company, which fuses traditional Japanese and contemporary Western dance vocabularies, celebrates its 40th anniversary. The evening highlights the world premiere of Rebirth , and includes reperatory piece Heian and screenings of past performances.

Part I: Screening of Retrospective of Performances

Part II:  “HEIAN” (Music by Behzad Ranjbaran)

Part III:  “REBIRTH”   World Premiere  

Composer/Performer: Yukio Koma  -  Shamisen music played live

All choreographies by Saeko Ichinohe

Guest Performer: Toshinori Hamada

Dancers:  Heather Currie, Ari Someya, Cho Ying Tsai, Atsushi Yahagi

  The performance will be followed by reception
with silent auction (including one-of-a-kind costumes)
Tickets: Performance:  $30

Students and |Seniors:  $15 

   Performance & Reception:  $70 ($40 tax deduction)

Ticket orders|:    Phone  212-868-4444

  For more information:  Please call 212-757-2531   or This e-mail address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it
   The 40th Anniversary Performance is made possible in part with public funds  from the Fund for Creative Communities, supported by the New York State  Council on the Arts and administered by the Lower Manhattan Cultural Council.  Grant received from the J.C.C. Fund. Also supported by the Consulate General of Japan in New York
      A portion of the proceeds will be donated to Up-slope, a non profit organization based in Sendai, Japan, supporting the performing arts activities of the area affected by the earthquake and tsunami on March 11, 2011.
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APA_Institute . 更新日 2011年12月2日




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