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Arai, Ryuou

Traditional Japanese Performance (NSW)

My name is Arai Ryuou. I’m third generation successor of Japanese traditional dance (Kenshibu) and song (Gin-ei) school which is established my great grandmother. I started Gin-ei and Kenshibu...

 

   

Australian Shakuhachi Society

Performance | Traditional Japanese Performance | Traditional Japanese Music (NSW)

The purpose of the Australian Shakuhachi Society is to promote the shakuhachi and its music, and to assist others who are doing the same, by: Organising workshops and other ...

 

   

Chin Kham, Yoke

Dance | Mixed Media | Performance | Traditional Japanese Performance (NSW)

Yoke, a Malaysian-born Chinese grew up as a child in Malaysia against the backdrop of various ancient performing shamanistic rituals and religious cultural festivals of the Chinese, Malays and Indians. There...

 

   

Clark, Felicity

Music/Sound | Performance | Traditional Japanese Music | Traditional Japanese Performance (NSW)

Felicity Clark is a recent convert to the beauty and power of Japanese instruments including taiko, shakuhachi and shinobue. She studied shakuhachi with Grand Master Riley Lee for a Masters degree at...

 

   

Hayashi, Sayuri

Music/Sound | Traditional Japanese Music | Performance | Traditional Japanese Performance | Traditional Japanese Art (NSW)

Sayuri Hayashi is a Sydney-based artist who is a master of Nagauta shamisen, Kado (flower arrangement) and Chado (tea ceremony), as well as a Japanese calligrapher. Born in Asahikawa, Hokkaido in far northern...

 

   

Hoare, Jarrod

Performance | Theatre |Traditional Japanese Performance (SA)

A multi-lingual entertainer, Jarrod educates and inspires through performing arts, specializing in traditional Japanese comic theatre (Kyōgen) and traditional comic storytelling (Rakugo)...

 

 

Japanese Dancing Mai

Traditional Japanese Performance (QLD)

“Japanese Dancing Mai” is a group of people who perform a traditional Japanese dance, Nihon Buyo,was established in June 2009. The purpose of the group is to introduce Japanese culture and also to...

 

Jobst, David

Music/Sound | Traditional Japanese Music (NSW)

David Jobst began playing shakuhachi in 1993. He first studied with shakuhachi maker David Brown in Melbourne before moving to the Blue Mountains near Sydney where he studied with grand-master...

 

   

Kirkpatrick, Bronwyn

Contemporary | Interdisciplinary | Traditional Japanese Performance | Traditional Japanese Music   (NSW)

Bronwyn Kirkpatrick is a shihan (master) of the shakuhachi who studied with shakuhachi grand-master Dr Riley Lee in Sydney, Australia for seven years. She holds a Bachelor of Music Degree in clarinet performance...

 

 

Koto Music Institute of Australia

Sawai Koto Ensemble Sydney
Music/Sound | Performance | Traditional Japanese Music | Traditional Japanese Performance (NSW)

The core business of the Koto Music Institute of Australia is the promotion of Japanese koto music in Australia and the creation and presentation of art works of any form using koto either as the main instrument or in...

 

 

Lee, Riley

Music/Sound | Performance | Traditional Japanese Performance | Traditional Japanese Music (NSW)

RILEY LEE began playing the shakuhachi in Japan in 1971, under the guidance of Chikuho Sakai II and Katsuya Yokoyama. In the early 1970s, he became the very first non-Japanese professional taiko player, as...

 

 
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