STAGE 11:10 - 11:20
Ichimadin is an Okinawan music band formed in 2010 and performing at several festivals and events in Victoria. The current members are Chiemi, Ami, Masa, Ronald and Junko. Ichimadin means "Forever" in Okinawan language.
STAGE 11:45 - 12:00
Australia Miyake Kai was formed in 2012 to enable people from different backgrounds to practice Miyake Taiko together. We aim to introduce this style drumming to new audiences through demonstrations at local festivals and events. Our group has been officially recognized by Miyake-jima Geino Doshi-kai in Japan, along with sister practice groups in Singapore and the USA.
STAGE 12:05 - 12:15
STAGE 12:15 - 12:30
“Higashu” is a sound effect performer travelling to Melbourne for the first time! We are looking forward to his performance at this year’s festival.
STAGE 13:30 - 13:50
Debuting as the MC of hip hop group Spiritual Juice, ATOM has also released five albums with hip hop band SUIKA. Past shows include performances at the Fuji Rock festival and a tour of France. Since 2012 ATOM has been focusing on solo work and is currently based in Australia.
STAGE 12:35 - 12:45
Sam Hue On will be performing piano music written by famous Japanese composer Joe Hisaishi.
SATOCO is a pantomime artist based in Tokyo. We are really excited for her first JCAF performance at this year’s festival!
YouTube: SATOCO mime (https://m.youtube.com/channel/UCD93M7ldZyaxB1qW_bgaG-Q)
STAGE 14:15 - 14:30
STAGE 14:35 - 14:55
SOFA SOUL is a mixed bag of well seasoned session musicians who are regularly playing gigs around Melbourne who share their musical passion with all those who love funky groove. SOFA SOUL play from their heart and soul, making funky solid beats, with stylish jazz sounding chords and melodies, soulful and lively vocals, plus chunky rap. Playing a versatile collection of funky and soulful originals and covers.
STAGE 15:00 - 15:20
Awa Odori is the largest dance festival in Japan, endearingly called the "Fool's Dance". This nickname comes from the lyrics to a common dance song, which translates as: “The dancers are fools, the spectators are fools, both are fools, so why not dance together?”. Melbourne’s own Awa Odori group called Melbo Ren was conceived in homage to the original. The deceptively simple moves are accompanied by an up beat two-beat rhythm. We cordially invite you to embrace the spirit and fun of the ‘Fool’s Dance’ and join us during our performance.
STAGE 12:05 - 12:15
投稿者 Japan Culture and Art Festival 時刻: 7:00