KWTC is pleased to announce Sunday 2-hour Workshop with Kyosuke Suzuki - Master musician and dancer of Edo Kotobuki Jishi (shishi mai lion dance) and Edo Bayashi (festival music of old Tokyo)!
Date: August 20 Sun
Fee $50 per participant
Topics*: Edo Kotobuki Jishi (mai/dance, shinobue, taiko, and atarigane) and Edo Bayashi (shinobue, taiko, and atarigane)
*The contents of this workshop will be determined by the interest and skill level of participants.
Please email firstname.lastname@example.org to sign up!
Kyosuke Suzuki is a master musician and dancer of the Wakayama Performance Troupe, touring internationally, and performing regularly at the prestigious National Theater of Japan. He collaborates regularly with world-renowned taiko groups including Oedo Sukeroku Taiko, Amanojaku, and the Kenny Endo Taiko Ensemble. Since his participation as a workshop leader and performer at the 2011 North American Taiko Conference, his popularity has boomed. Don't miss this rare opportunity to learn from Suzuki Kyosuke, an engaging and enthusiastic teacher, regarded by many as the "best shishi-mai dancer," of Tokyo! Suzuki is a premier performer and teacher of Edo Bayashi (Tokyo festival music), with a well-respected "Kyo-no-kai" school for private lessons. He also teaches at the Kunitachi College of Music, Kaijou Junior and Senior High Schools, and Sankei Gakuen Cultural Center. Suzuki studied under Wakayama Taneo of the Wakayama School, recognized by the Japanese Ministry of Culture to be an “Important Intangible Cultural Property of Fine Arts,” learning all aspects of the shi-shi mai ensemble including flute, taiko, percussion, and lion dance.
Please visit https://www.eienhunterishikawa.com/kyosukesuzuki/ for more information.