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  Japan 2019

March - December 2019


 
 
  
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2018 年7月~2019年2月のフランスにおける「ジャポニスム2018」に続き、日本文化を海外に向けて発信する取組みとして、米国において「Japan 2019」を実施します。 ニューヨーク・ワシントンを中心に国際交流基金が主催・共催、または協力する「Japan 2019公式企画」と、その他官民が実施する日本文化紹介事業、日米交流事業「Japan 2019参加企画」により、米国において、日本の文化に関する理解・関心の裾野が広がるよう推進します。
 
Japan 2019, following on the successful Japonismes 2018 in France, aims to broaden understanding of and interest in Japanese culture in the United States through two programs: the Japan 2019 Official Program featuring a series of events co-organized or supported by the Japan Foundation, mainly in New York and Washington, D.C., and the Japan 2019 Associated Program, featuring affiliated events organized by public and private entities to introduce Japanese culture and promote exchange between Japan and the U.S.
日本語 www.jpf.go.jp/
English www.jpf.go.jp/
公式企画 Official Program
宮城聰演出 アンティゴネ Satoshi Miyagi’s Antigone
September 25 - October 6
Park Avenue Armory
www.armoryonpark.org/
杉本文楽 曾根崎心中 Sugimoto Bunraku Sonezaki Shinju
October 19 - October 22
Details: TBA
参加企画 Associated Program

  
  
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   Performing Arts & Films

June 22, 7:30 pm
June 23, 2:30 pm


 
Journey to the East: A Fearless Buddhist Master's Mission to Japan
David Koch Theater, Lincoln Center
20 Lincoln Center Plaza, New York
Once in a lifetime experience. This year’s most exciting opera created in China, Voyage to the East, tells the true story of a monk who lived twelve-hundred years ago, at the height of the Tang dynasty. Master Monk Ganjin tried many times to cross over to Japan to spread Buddhism, but each time he failed. His attempts were marred hardships including being shipwrecked, attacked by cannibals, pirates and feudal warlords. The opera masterfully follows Ganjin's journey, as he faces life and death.
Admission:Prices for tickets range from $40 - $160
WEB:davidhkochtheater.com/
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Exhibitions

June 3 - 28
Mon-Fri 10:00-17:00, Sat 10:30-15:00


Transboundary NIHONGA
The New Heights Realty
634 W 207th St, New York
Two NYC based Japanese Painting Artists, Kaé Sato and Takashi Harada, exhibit their artworks at local office space in Inwood, Manhattan. The artists use "NIHONGA" Japanese traditional painting technique to resonate images beyond the cultural boundaries. Mid and small size artworks will be shown.
This Exhibition is also a part of "The 17th Uptown Arts Stroll 2019" which is a month long art event happens during of June throughout the upper Manhattan area by Northern Manhattan Arts alliance.

June 18 - July 2
Tue-Sat: 11am-6pm



Jonathan Colton (b. 1968); Vintage, 2019; Fujiflex Print + Mount to Floating Gallery Plexi w/ aluminum brace; h. 37 1/2 x w. 60 in. (95.3 x 152.4 cm)
EMPIRE by Jonathan Colton
Onishi Gallery 大西ギャラリー
521 W 26th Street, New York
ジョナサン・コルトンは、木版画家の川瀬巴水や写真家のアンセル・アダムス、アルフレッド・スティーグリッツに影響を受け、我々多くの者が忙しさのあまり感謝の気持ちを忘れてしまいがちな何気ない日常の美しさを捉えることをテーマにし写真撮影をしています。彼は30年以上前のビンテージレンズを使い、古き良き佇まいを残しながら常に進化し続けるニューヨークの魅力的なスカイラインを見事なまでに捉え、観客とその美しさや驚嘆を分かち合う事を願い制作を続けます。
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   Music


Chelsea Music Festival
June 6, 7:30 PM-9:30 PM
Clara Begins | Souvenir De Vienne
Steinway Hall (1133 6th Ave, NYC)

Featuring: Violin Minglun Liu, Yeajin Kim, Lisa Lee, Natsumi Tsuboi/ Viola Guanliang Zong/ Cello Brandon Xu, Angela Lee, Jonathan Butler/ Piano Andrea Lam, Melinda Lee Masur, Robert Fleitz
Admission:$0-$60
 
June 7, 7:30 PM-9:30 PM
10th Season Festival Gala— 200º Due Clara
German Lutheran Church of St. Paul (315 W 22nd St, NYC)
Featuring: Piano Melinda Lee Masur, Andrea Lam, Robert Fleitz, Katsura Tanikawa/ Soprano Marisa Karchin/ Flute Xue Su/ Clarinet Yumi Ito/ Violin Chloe Fedor, Natsumi Tsuboi, Ryosuke Suho, Hasse Borup, Chloe Kiffer, Soo Yeon Kim, Mariella Haubs, Jocelyn Zhu, Minglun Liu, Yeajin Kim, Lisa Lee/ Viola Maiko Takimoto, Jeremy Kienbaum, Jesus Rodolfo, Vladimir Babeshko, Guanliang Zong/ Cello Jonathan Butler, Angela Lee, Brandon Xu Double/ Bass Mariya Andonova, Kaden Henderson/ Electric Bass Guitar Kaden Henderson/ Conductor Ken-David Masur
$100

June 8, 7:30 PM-9:30 PM
The Blue Sea Slumbers | Choral Moods Featuring GHOSTLIGHT
German Lutheran Church of St. Paul (315 W 22nd St, NYC)
Featuring: Piano Katsura Tanikawa and Adam Birnbaum/ Soprano Marisa Karchin/ Baritone Max Parsons/ Reading Lucy Shelton and Ken-David Masur/
$60
 
June 8, 10:00 PM–11:30 PM
Late Night Jazz— Two Pianos Under One Roof
German Lutheran Church of St. Paul (315 W 22nd St, NYC)
What does a strong Japanese military mean for the Pacific region and how does this impact the politics of military power in China and Japan? In this program, Sheila Smith, one of the world’s most foremost experts on Japan and East Asia, discusses her newest book, Japan Rearmed: The Politics of Military Power.
$30

June 11, 7:30 PM–9:30 PM
If You Love For Beauty
Saint Peter's Church (Chelsea, 346 West 20th Street, NYC)

Featuring: Piano Andrea Lam, Melinda Lee Masur, Katsura Tanikawa, Robert Fleitz/ Soprano Lucy Shelton, Marisa Karchin/ Violin Helena Winkelman, Mariella Haubs, Chloe Fedor, Chloe Kiffer, Soo Yeon Kim, Yeajin Kim, Natsumi Tsuboi, Jocelyn Zhu, Hasse Borup, Minglun Liu, Ryosuke Suho/ Viola Maiko Takimoto, Jeremy Kienbaum, Jesus Rodolfo/ Cello Jonathan Butler, Angela Lee, Tatsuki Sasanuma/ Double Bass Mariya Andonova, Kaden Henderson/ Conductor Ken-David Masur
$50

June 12, 7:30 PM–9:00 PM
Clara and the Clear Skies
The General Theological Seminary (440 West 21st Street, NYC)

Featuring: Soprano I Marisa Karchin/ Soprano II Lucy Shelton/ Violin Minglun Liu, Mariella Haubs, Chloe Fedor, Chloe Kiffer, Soo Yeon Kim, Yeajin Kim, Natsumi Tsuboi, Jocelyn Zhu, Hasse Borup, Ryosuke Suho/ Viola Guanliang Zong, Maiko Takimoto, Jeremy Kienbaum, Jesus Rodolfo/ Cello Brandon Xu, Angela Lee, Jonathan Butler, Tatsuki Sasanuma/ Double Bass Mariya Andonova, Kaden Henderson/ Conductor Ken-David Masur
$50

June 14, 7:30 PM–9:30 PM
Illuminated Blue
Hauser & Wirth (548 West 22nd Street, NYC)

Featuring: Violin Chloe Fedor, Chloe Kiffer, Soo Yeon Kim, Yeajin Kim, Natsumi Tsuboi, Minglun Liu, Ryosuke Suho/ Viola Maiko Takimoto, Vladimir Babeshko, Jesus Rodolfo, Guanliang Zong/ Cello Tatsuki Sasanuma, Angela Lee, Jonathan Butler, Brandon Xu Double Bass Kaden Henderson, Mariya Andonova/ Conductor Ken-David Masur/ Vocalists Marisa Karchin, Jessica Mays/ Flute Xue Su/ Clarinet Nick Gallas/ Keyboard Jessica Mays/ Guitar Jessica Mays/ Percussion Rogerio Boccato
$20-$60

June 25 - 27
7PM, 9PM, 10:30PM


 
New York Japanese Jazz Festival
Smoke Jazz and Supper Club
2751 Broadway, New York
Impressed by the quality of Japanese jazz musicians playing in New York, leading jazz saxophonist Vincent Herring began to provide support, which led to a three-day festival at the Smoke Jazz and Supper Club, a famous New York jazz club. The festival aims to show American that there are talented and high-class Japanese jazz musicians active in the New York jazz community.

July 6
8PM

Manhattan International Music Competition
Weill Recital Hall
20 W 55th St, New York
Manhattan International Music Competition showcases young classical musicians from around the world. Previous winners have performed at festivals and venues like Berlin Philharmonie and Konzerthaus, Alice Tully Hall, Lincoln Centre, Théâtre des Champs Elysées, Paris Philharmonie, Opera de Paris, Mozarteaum of Salzburg, Mariinsky Theatre and more.Japanese Pianist, Kenichiro Kojima will be performing.
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   Others

Oct. 3 - Nov. 17



Sogetsu School of Ikebana Headmistress Akane Teshigahara creates towering displays of bamboo and natural elements at Longwood Gardens.
Blooms & Bamboo: Chrysanthemum & Ikebana Sogetsu Artistry
Longwood Gardens
1001 Longwood Road, Kennett Square, Pennsylvania
Masterworks of Ikebana take center stage at Longwood Gardens this fall. Never before seen in the US, Headmistress Akane Teshigahara, Sogetsu School of Ikebana, creates towering displays of Bamboo and natural elements exclusively designed for Longwood. This larger-than-life Ikebana that you can walk through is showcased amid the jaw-dropping splendor of thousands of blooming chrysanthemums trained into imaginative forms and shapes by Longwood's own horticulture masters.
Admission: Adults: $25; Seniors :$22; Youth: $13; Free 0-4 years.
WEB: https://longwoodgardens.org/

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