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Masami Suzuki Soprano Recital ~Rêve d’Amour~

Masami Suzuki Soprano Recital ~Rêve d’Amour~

For her fourth recital, versatile Japanese soprano Masami Suzuki returns with a varied selection of delightful songs, selected for a romantic autumn afternoon in the graceful setting of Burgh House. She will perform a loveable repertoire, including works by Massenet, Dvorak, Cantaloube, Satie and others, as well as Opera scenes taken from “Romeo et Juliette”, […]

Winds of Change: Staged Readings 2016 (Part 3: Pighead)

Winds of Change: Staged Readings 2016  (Part 3: Pighead)

The Japan Foundation, in collaboration with Yellow Earth and StoneCrabs Theatre Company present a monthly series of events, to introduce to UK audiences the work of some of Japan’s most outstanding playwrights, all of which will be heard in English for the first time. Date: 12 November 2016 from 7.00pm Venue: The Studio Theatre, RADA […]

Using Drama to Enrich Japanese Language Education

Using Drama to Enrich Japanese Language Education

The first half will be a workshop about play-readings and a talk by the Japanese playwright, Toshinobu Kojo. This will be followed by a discussion about how teachers could use these kind of readings in their own classes. As this event is co-organised by the Japan Foundation London, we will look at excerpts from PIGHEAD […]

The Red Candle – Mermaids in the East

The Red Candle – Mermaids in the East

Japan Foundation are proud to support The Red Candle – Mermaids in the East presented by Théatre Lapis. A newly devised piece of physical theatre, it is based on Mimei Ogawa’s beautiful tragedy about mermaids in Japan. Initially inspired by the earthquake and tsunami that hit Japan in 2011, it has evolved to echo the […]

K-Music Festival Darkness Poomba

K-Music Festival Darkness Poomba

Choreographer Kim Jae-Duk and his group of dancer/musicians take hold of Korean traditional dance and hotwire it with thrilling live music inspired by ancient Korean song (“poomba”) – a sense of reshaping the past to explore the future defines Modern Table’s powerful performance style. Highly acclaimed across Europe, they have been invited to London by […]

TUSK Festival 2016

TUSK Festival 2016

The Japan Foundation is pleased to support TUSK Festival 2016, a three-day festival of unclassifiable musical genius, films, talks, workshops, exhibitions and more. This year’s lineup includes Eiko Ishibashi, a Japanese multi-instrumentalist and frequent collaborator with Jim O’Rourke. At TUSK, Ishibashi will be on grand piano with her trio of Sudoh Toshiaki on bass and […]

Winds of Change: Staged Readings 2016 (Part 2: Got to Make Them Sing!)

Winds of Change: Staged Readings 2016 (Part 2: Got to Make Them Sing!)

The Japan Foundation, in collaboration with Yellow Earth and StoneCrabs Theatre Company present a new monthly series of events, to introduce to UK audiences the work of some of Japan’s most outstanding playwrights, all of which will be heard in English for the first time. Part 2 GOT TO MAKE THEM SING! Written by Ai […]

Soil and Pimp Sessions

Soil and Pimp Sessions

Wild and prolific Japanese “death-jazz” sextet Soil & “Pimp” Sessions sound on first listening like a particularly worked-up version of bebop and post-bop, but don’t be fooled, this is no retro outfit. These guys are forward looking, resuscitating the idea of a jazz band that can bring a room to its feet. Band members Shacho […]

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