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Workshop: Introduction to Noh Movement

Noh Reimagined

Sat 22 Jun

Workshop: Introduction to Noh Movement

Noh Reimagined

Join us in this workshop where you will discover the essence of movement and self-expression of Noh, an artform with a legacy spanning 650 years.

The Noh movements are choreographed using a range of basic patterns called kata.  Led by Yasuki Kobayakawa and Yasumitsu Kobayakawa of the Kanze School, you will discover Noh’s stylised movement and expressions,  how to focus your centre of gravity and energy, and movement patterns of Noh.

The full beauty of Noh masks and costumes, minimalised movements and expressions are made manifest on top of basic movements.

This workshop is open to everyone including actors, dancers and musicians who are interested in developing their knowledge and performance skills, but no knowledge of Noh is required.

Please bring a pair of white socks or white tabi. The workshop will last approximately 60 minutes. 

About Noh Reimagined  

Curated and produced by Akiko Yanagisawa (Mu Arts) in partnership with Kings Place, Noh Reimagined festival unwraps the art of Noh, the iconic theatrical tradition that originated in fourteenth-century Japan.

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Date:Sat 22 Jun
Start time:12pm (Doors: 11.30am)
Venue:Hall Two
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