We are planning an online event featuring past performances by master Nichibu dancer Satsuki Onoe with commentary, panel discussion by local Japanese arts leaders, and a Q&A session. This event is for Japanese arts experts and newcomers alike. Discover one of Japan's most traditional performance art forms, Nichibu. Learn how to appreciate Nichibu like a professional critic. Engage in a live conversation with Onoe herself and the local Japanese arts community.
Check back periodically as Spring approaches for more details!
MEET THE PERFORMER
Satsuki Onoe Satsuki Nichibu School, Tokyo
Satsuki Onoe is the founder and head teacher of Satsuki Nichibu School in Tokyo and a member of the Japan Nichibu Association. In 2007, the Association recognized Onoe as one of the best new dancers in Japan. She has enjoyed success internationally with her participation in the 2004 Cherry Blossom Festival in Washington, DC, in a special production created by master Kyogen actor Nomura. She was also invited by the Greece Fashion Association as a special performer for the 2007 Japan Festival in Athens.
This program is supported, in part, by a grant from the Washington State Arts Commission and National Endowment for the Arts.