07/05/2014 I participated in `Share Camp2014`in upstate. I started to perform in front of a barn with improvisers ,playing instruments or working live visuals. I really love dancing in nature. Nature could be a great theater!!
Butoh performance by Michiru Inoue @ Share Camp 2014
Michiru Inoue – Butoh Dance
KenYa Kawaguchi – bamboo flute
Steven Speers – reed flute
Geoff Matters – live visuals
VTP by WvS
The Creative Music Studio’s Spring 2014 workshop took place between June 9 – 13 at the Full Moon Resort, nestled streamside in a valley 30 minutes west of Woodstock, NY. I was the first participant to this workshop as a dancer. It had been excited days with attractive CMS Guiding Artists, such as Henry Threadgill, Joe Lovano, Tyshawn Sorey, Marilyn Crispell, Peter Apfelbaum, Warren Smith, Judi Silvano, and of course Creative Music Foundation co-founders Karl Berger and Ingrid Sertso.
Session with Ken Filiano: Base
KenYa Kawaguchi: Jinashi-nobe-shakuhachi
Michiru Inoue: Butoh
The video performance “D U M M I E S” has released by Gian Luigi Diana on You_Tube. We recorded two sets which were quite different sounds and movements. recording in NYC, Video by G.L.Diana
The first set( D U M M I E S 000I )
Gian Luigi Diana : sitar, gopichand, percussions
KenYa Kawaguchi : jinashi-nobe-shakuhachi ◆video(You_Tube)
The second set( D U M M I E S 000II )
Gian Luigi Diana : ‘mbira, tibetan flute, bottle, voice
KenYa Kawaguchi : jinashi-nobe-shakuhachi
11/21/2013, with Frederika Krier: violin and Gian Luigi Diana: laptop and KenYa Kawaguchi: Jinashi-Nobe-Shakuhachi at IBeam. I’m glad to perform togther with Frederika Krier who is a powerful violinist at first. Also I like the venue, is “IBeam” which has a high ceiling.
LAGHIMA(Frederika:violin & Gian:laptop)
Michiru Inoue: Butoh
KenYa Kawaguchi: Jinashi-Nobe-Shakuhachi
Gian Luigi Diana: laptop/real time sound processing
After we finished our performance,we talked with audience as Q&A. Some audience told me they’d never seen that style of performance.I’ve been aiming to show “unknown existance”.So I was so happy with their impressions.
Thanks for coming everyone!!
11/16Fri./2012 Michiru Inoue Butoh
infomation about the performance
photos(Right):Peter Gannushkin / DOWNTOWNMUSIC.NET
Cammisa Buerhaus(pipe organ)
Michiru Inoue describes Butoh as “not only a physical action to me, it also can be a live being itself. I have been aiming to create my Butoh-being, which can be formed only ‘here’ and ‘now’.“ Among the days, MICROSCOPIC JOURNEY has reached here. MICROSCOPIC JOURNEY is the most microscopic “world journey.”
11/10sat. perticipate ENSO Finale: Exploring Zen
Lecture and Multimedia Performance →info.
at Resobox 6:30pm-9;30pm
Please join us for an evening to explore your inner Zen through a lecture on Zen practice and an art/music/dance performancethat will sure help you delve into an absolutely magical world of Zen sensation. This event is brought to you by Resobox, along with New York Zendo Shobo-ji and the wonderful performers.
7/17(tue.) Performance with Cammisa(organ) and Tamio Shiraishi(sax)
at The Ho_se in Bushwick.
That was a microscopic place in a basement.
The performance was featured on this website.→HERE!!
NEW ARRIVALS NEXT PERFORMANCE!!
Perfoamance with Tamio Shiraishi(sax) in Greenpoint
◆@530Kingsland ave. Brooklyn, NY
>>>Next to Newtown Creek Wastewater Treatment Plant
It takes about 20 minutes from Greenpoint Av.st.(G train)
Sax Tamio Shiraishi
Butoh Michiru Inoue
Jinashi-Nobe-Shakuhachi KenYa Kawaguchi