Integrated Dance Company 響-Kyo workshop
Integrated dance Company Kyo（Tokyo）
- Yokohama Rapport
- 1752 Toriyama-cho, Kohoku-ku, Yokohama, Kanagawa
- 2.7 Sun14:00 – 16:00
- Disabled people ¥1,000
- Non-disabled people ¥2,500
- Please contact the company directly if you request sign language interpretation (*Only Japanese sign language).
The instructor will communicate in English if requested.
：Non-disabled people ¥2,200
• Registration for TPAM is required to receive the benefit.
• Please make reservations via an TPAM My Page, to which we invite you after your registration. Availability is limited.
• Please bring your TPAM Pass to the venue or please tell your name at the door if you don’t have TPAM Pass.
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This is a dance workshop by Integrated Dance Company 響-Kyo. The company includes people with physical disabilities and draws on their unique physicality. Both disabled and non-disabled dancers create together. People with no dance experience are welcome. The workshop will be useful for people who would like to facilitate integrated dance projects with the disabled. The facilitator is Takiko Iwabuchi, co-artistic director of 響-Kyo.
Integrated Dance Company Kyo
Integrated Dance Company Kyo was formed in 2014. By including dancers in wheelchairs to draw on their unique physicality, the company pioneers new forms of expression in dance. Co-Artistic Director Yukio Suzuki choreographed its first performance in February 2015. In July of the same year, the company commissioned UK choreographer Adam Benjamin to present a new work. Then, in November, Co-Artistic Director Takiko Iwabuchi presented a performance and gained significant renown for her work to bridge art and society. In the future, they plan to continue collaborating with both Japanese and international artists. Integrated Dance Company Kyo has received grants from organizations including Arts Council Tokyo and The Saison Foundation, and there are high expectations for the company’s future activities.