Yokohama Dance Collection

Yokohama Dance Collection

Yokohama Dance Collection EX
Performances by Former Prizewinner

Yokohama Red Brick Warehouse Number 1 3F Hall

Yuriko Suzuki “BANANA”
2.11 Wed16:00

Kim Bora “Gaksi””Thank you”
2.13 Fri19:00

Yo Nakamura “Face”
2.15 Sun17:00

Student Adv¥1,800
Student Door¥2,300
3 Days(Adv only)¥5,000
※Fixed dates, unreserved seats

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Running Time: 60 min / each performance

Award Winner of the Yokohama Dance Collection EX
This is the 20th Edition of the Yokohama Dance Collection. In this edition award winners from 2012 and 2014 are invited to present new creations. You will be able to enjoy the various worlds created by three women choreographers.


Yuriko Suzuki [Yokohama Dance Collection EX 2012 Jury Prize]
Born in Gunma Prefecture, Japan in 1986. Began learning ballet when little, and graduated from Nippon University Faculty of Arts. Studied at Salzburg Experimental Academy of Dance from 2008. She was one of the finalists at the Toyota Choreography Award 2012. She has shown her works in Austria, Belgium, Czech Republic, Germany, Slovakia, China, Singapore and other countries. Recently she collaborated with South Korean choreographer Soo-Hyun Hwang. Suzki’s interest In how the body and thoughts are related to each other is the base of her choreography.

Yo Nakamura [Yokohama Dance Collection EX 2013 Jury Prize]
She began studying contemporary dance while a student at Waseda University.
In 2009 she performed in, and worked as the assistant on, dance performances by Shuji Onodera and Ryohei Kondo. In 2010 she began creating her own works. In 2014 she participated in the Sea View International Theatre Festival, National Theatre Wales Residency Program, “Wales Labo”, the Hanoi Dance Festival, in the Closing Ceremony of the 2014 East Asian Culture City program and various events (in Koshu and Yokohama), and the Tokyo Solo×Duo Dance Festival, amongst others. She has also been organizing a workshop series called “Kayokyoku Switch”, in which participants attempt to become the characters, which appear in the kayokyoku stories, through dance. (Kayokyoku is a form of Japanese pop music inspired by Western music, dating from the Showa Period, and the predecessor of J-Pop.)

Kim Po-Ra [Yokohama Dance Collection EX 2014 Jury Prize]
Finished master course at Korea National University of Arts. Pioneer of experimental, genre-crossing choreography in contemporary dance, defying classification. Approaching different aspects of contemporary society from a wide range of angles, Kim provokes the audience’s emotions through unique dramatic movements and witty narratives.

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