Indigenous Dance Celebration Trickster Art Gallery, BIBBAK Illinois, Filipino American Historical Society of Chicago, Chicago Shubukai American Historical Society, Aztec Dance Chicago, and The Maori Dancers Ticket Price: $5 [su_button url="http://bit.ly/2YHPhgY"
Indigenous Dance Celebration Trickster Art Gallery, BIBBAK Illinois, Filipino American Historical Society of Chicago, Chicago Shubukai American Historical Society, Aztec Dance Chicago, and The Maori Dancers
Ticket Price: $5
At Trickster Art Gallery | 190 South Roselle Rd. Schaumburg, IL 60193 October 19th, 2019 | 2:00-5:00 pm
Celebrate traditional dances and enjoy the beautiful regalia from the native communities of the Trickster Art Gallery, along with other ingenious dancers from the Filipino, Japanese, Aztec and Maori communities. The audience will be invited to participate in the fun as well! Learn about the contemporary uses of the dances and the historical significance of their traditional clothing.
1. Shiki no Mai (Dance of Four seasons) Dancer: Fujima Shunojo
2. Shin Fujimusume (Wisteria maiden) Dancer: Fujima Yoshinojo
3. Shinmon Tatsugoro (Famous samurai Fire Brigade leader) Dancer: Fujima Shunojo
(Saturday) 2:00 PM - 5:00 PM
Trickster Art Gallery
190 S Roselle Rd, Schaumburg, IL 60193,USA
at 6:00 PM this Saturday, October 26th. Seating is Extremely Limited.
This year Shubukai will be presenting its annual 43rd performance. The foundational goal is to maintain aesthetic integrity through continued training and performance in the traditional arts, including taiko, shamisen, and classical dance.
This year, we will welcome Fujima Yurino from Australia, Grandmaster Hyakkyou Fukuhara, a narimono and bamboo flute specialist from Tokyo. She is one of a handful of certified performers from the traditional Fukuhara clan who is performing actively in the Kabuki-Nagauta tradition. Hyakkyou works in the classical tradition and in more contemporary settings, such as in modern music collaborations and creating media arts as well; and Puppet Artist Tom Lee, a student of Nishikawa Koryu V, performing traditional kuruma ningyo, (cart puppetry). The Toyoaki Shamisen ensemble will provide live accompaniment, and Tsukasa Taiko will also be featured, performing traditional taiko.