Color Tango Japan Tour 2011


The Color Tango Orchestra was established in 1989, when Roberto Álvarez (first bandoneón and main arranger of the Osvaldo Pugliese Orchestra) decided to establish a new orchestra and call upon prominent arrangers and composers.  Since then, its artistic activities have steadily increased, with 6 CDs and numerous international tours to Europe, Asia and the USA. It has participated in major tango festivals around the globe.
Members:  7 musicians and 1 singer
At present, the Color Tango Orchestra is touring around Japan since January 19th (Wed) to March 19th (Sat), 2011.
Tour Schedule:
2011/1/26           GUNMA
2011/1/27           KANONJI
2011/1/28           HIROSHIMA
2011/1/30           KITAKYŪSHŪ
2011/1/31           MARUGAME
2011/2/1             FUKUOKA
2011/2/2             SAGA
2011/2/3             KURUME
2011/2/5             OKAZAKI
2011/2/6             CHUKYO
2011/2/7             FUJI
2011/2/8             KAKEGAWA
2011/2/10           NUMAZU
2011/2/12           ISHIKAWA
2011/2/14           OKAYAMA
2011/2/15           OKAYAMA
2011/2/17           CHIBA
2011/2/18           HITACHINAKA
2011/2/21           MIYAGI
2011/2/23           KUSHIRO
2011/2/25           SAPPORO
2011/2/26           TOMAKOMAI
2011/2/27           HAKODATE
2011/3/1             KANAGAWA
2011/3/2             HYOGO
2011/3/3             HYOGO
2011/3/5             YOKKAICHI
2011/3/6             KYOTO
2011/3/7             IWAKI
2011/3/8             HIROSAKI
2011/3/10           TOYOTA
2011/3/11           TOKYO
2011/3/12           TOKYO
2011/3/14           KOBE
2011/3/16           JOETSU
Concerts in Tokyo:  March 11th (Fri) & 12th (Sat), 2011
Venue:  Nakano Sun Plaza Hall  /  Tel:  03-3388-2893
Admission:  ¥5,500 (Advance)
Venue’s website:  http://www.sunplaza.jp/
For reservations, access Latina’s website:  http://www.latina.co.jp/cart/?category=liveinfo&page=list
Tel:  03-5768-5588  /  Fax:  03-5768-5599

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“DOUBLE CROSSING” exhibition by Brazilian artist Gustavo Von Ha


The Promo-Arte Gallery is honored to present DOUBLE CROSSING, a solo exhibition by the Brazilian artist Gustavo Von Ha. The show at the Promo-Arte Gallery is curated by Marcos Moraes (Director of Armando Alvares Penteado Foundation - FAAP in Sao Paulo) and runs from February 24 through March 15.
The exhibition is composed by 30 drawings made through fleeting reflections from printed images (some from internet, books and some from original artworks) to a new media, a new drawing on paper. The drawings appear inverted because of the reflection.
Von Ha has dazzled viewers throughout the world with his objects, installations and drawings. His work has been seen in Italy, Greece, England and New York as well as throughout South America.
Schedule:  from February 24th (Thu) to March 15th (Tue), 2011
Venue hours:  11:00 to 19:00 (Closed on Mondays)
Opening Party:  February 25th (Fri), 2011, from 18:00 to 20:00
Venue:  PROMO-ARTE 2F Art-lobby
Latin America Art Gallery
Address:  GALERIA 2F, 5-51-3, Jingumae, Shibuya-ku, Tokyo 150-0001
Tel:  03-3400-1995  /  Fax:  03-3400-9526
Venue’s website:  www.promo-arte.com
Organized by:  PROMO-ARTE Gallery
Supported by:  Brazilian Embassy in Tokyo

Perrine Valli: Myouto


February 16th (Wed) – 20th (Sun), 2011
TPAM – Performing Arts Meeting in Yokohama

International Showcase
France/Switzerland

Perrine Valli:  Myouto
The winner of the international choreography contest Masdanza in 2007, Perrine Valli visits Japan for the third time after her residence and performance in 2009 and the performance in 2010. This piece, with comparative dialectics between Japanese couples (myouto) and Western couples, is one of her performance series that interrogates sexual identities. A provocative and original choreographic project by one of the most promising young talents in French dance.
Date:  February 20th (Sun), 2011  /  Open:  17:30  /  Start:  18:00
Venue:  Kanagawa Arts Theatre Large Studio
Address:  281 Yamashitacho, Naka-ku, Yokohama
Tel: 045-633-6500
Venue’s website:  http://www.kaat.jp/
Organized by: Institut Franco-Japonais de Tokyo et Yokohama, Performing Arts Meeting in Yokohama 2011 Executive Committee

Yebisu International Festival for Art & Alternative Visions


The Yebisu International Festival for Art and Alternative Visions is an annual ten-day festival of exhibitions, screenings, live events, lectures and talks that examine the development of film and video as artistic media, its past, present and future. This third installment of the festival will reexamine the power of film and video under the theme “daydream believer”.
Schedule:  from February 18th (Fri) to 27th (Sun), 2011
Admission:  free (*charge applies for certain screenings and events)
Venue:  Tokyo Metropolitan Museum of Photography
Venue hours:  from 10:00 to 18:00
Thursdays and Fridays closing at 20:00, closed on Mondays
Address:  Yebisu Garden Place, 1-13-3 Mita, Meguro-ku, 153-0062 Tokyo
Tel:  03-3280-0099   / Fax: 03-3280-0033
Access:  7 minutes walk from East Exit at JR Ebisu Station
Venue’s website:  http://syabi.com/e/contents/index.html

Compagnie Gwénaël Morin Bérénice d’après Bérénice de Racine


February 16th (Wed) – 20th (Sun), 2011
TPAM – Performing Arts Meeting in Yokohama
Compagnie Gwénaël Morin Bérénice d’après Bérénice de Racine
*Performed in French with Japanese surtitles
Date:  February 19th (Sat), 2011  /  Open 17:30  /  Start 18:00
Venue:  Kanagawa Arts Theatre Hall
Address:  281 Yamashitacho, Naka-ku, Yokohama
Tel: 045-633-6500
Venue’s website:  http://www.kaat.jp/
One of the pieces created in Laboratoires d’Aubervilliers’ full-year project “Théâtre permanent,” where plays whose titles are the names of their main caracters such as Tartuffe, Hamlet, Antigone or Woyzeck is created, rehearsed, performed and opened for citizens’ experience, continuously engaging in theatre.  With passion for the text, stage design with cardboards and photocopies, love songs and actors with communicative energy, this theatre performance unprecedentedly and meticulously disarranges Racine’s classical tragedy.
Organized by:  Institut Franco-Japonais de Tokyo et Yokohama,
Performing Arts Meeting in Yokohama 2011 Executive Committee
Supported by:  Ville de Lyon

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