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Resource: The Barbara Curtis Adachi Bunraku Collection

The recent launch of the The Barbara Curtis Adachi Collection provides a wonderful resource for those interested in traditional Japanese performance arts. The collection was given to Columbia University in 1991 by Barbara Curtis Adachi, a long-time bunraku theater enthusiast who … Continue reading

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Job Opening: Associate Program Officer , Arts & Cultural Exchange, JFNY

Position: Associate Program Officer, Arts & Cultural Exchange Institution: Japan Foundation Location: New York, NY The Japan Foundation, New York seeks an Associate Program Officer for the Arts and Cultural Exchange program. This program promotes the introduction of Japanese arts … Continue reading

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Short intensive course on Japanese music in Kyoto

KYOTO CITY UNIVERSITY OF ARTS RESEARCH CENTRE FOR TRADITIONAL JAPANESE MUSIC PENDULUM 3 邦楽 HŌGAKU @ KYOTO GEIDAI 京都芸大 AN INTENSIVE THREE-DAY COURSE IN JAPANESE MUSIC AUGUST 15-17, 2017 This three-day intensive course in Japanese music PENDULUM 3 is being offered … Continue reading

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Book Announcement: Japanese Singers of Tales: Ten Centuries of Performed Narrative

Japanese Singers of Tales: Ten Centuries of Performed Narrative Alison McQueen Tokita, Kyoto City University of Arts, Japan Alison Tokita presents a series of case studies that demonstrate the persistence of Japanese sung narratives in a multiplicity of genres over … Continue reading

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Summer Workshop: Study Noh, Kyogen, and Buyo in Japan

The intensive summer program in Kyoto, Traditional Theatre Training (T.T.T.) 2015, invites applications to its 31st annual program. Orientation on 24 July (Fri) will be followed by daily, intensive training 25 July (Sat) to August 11(Tue). A professionally costumed recital will be held on the Oe Noh Stage on 12 August (Wed). … Continue reading

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Program: Study noh, kyogen, and buyo in Kyoto

The intensive summer program in Kyoto, Traditional Theatre Training (T.T.T.) 2015, invites applications to its 31st annual program. Orientation on 24 July (Fri) will be followed by daily, intensive training 25 July (Sat) to August 11 (Tue). A professionally costumed recital will be held on the Oe Noh Stage on 12 August (Wed). … Continue reading

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Workshop: Theatre Nohgaku

The Department of Foreign Languages and Literatures at North Carolina State University, in cooperation with Theatre Nohgaku, is delighted to announce “Welcome to the World of Noh,” a four-day program of workshops and a lecture-demonstration on noh that will take … Continue reading

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