A new interdisciplinary work by Melody Takata
Integrating movement, projection, music, and social practice research strategies, Suna will explore the intersection of tradition and modernity in postwar Japanese culture and aesthetics. Artistic direction by taiko artist and choreographer Melody Takata with filmmaker and composer/performer (shamisen, taiko, electronics) Tatsu Aoki and composer/performer Francis Wong (saxophone).
Co-presented by GenRyu Arts, Asian Improv aRts, Asian Pacic Islander Cultural Center, Japanese Cultural and Community Center of Northern California, and Nihonmachi Little Friends as part of Japan Week 2017
Admission is free but seating is limited! Please reserve your spot http://suna.brownpapertickets.com/
Tateuchi Hall, Nihonmachi Little Friends, 1830 Sutter St. (at Buchanan.), San Francisco Japantown, CA