Daiwa House PRESENTS Tetsuya Kumakawa K-Ballet Company "The Nutcracker" is Ballet Stage/Dance/Comedy event held in Japan.
Performance name: FENICE SACAY Grand Opening Jazz Gala Concert
Date: 2019/10/14 (Mon)
Advance Release Date: sacay mate advance ... 2019/3/14 (Thu) 12:00-2019/3/18 (Mon) 13:00
Lottery results announced: March 20 (Wed)
General Release Date: 2019/4/13 (Sat)
Produce: Yamashita Yosuke
Casts: Eiji Kitamura Super Quartet, Yosuke Yamashita Special Quartet,
Hino Yasumasa Quintet 2019, Kazumi Watanabe Jazz Regression Trio, Miho Kasama
K Ballet Company (Kei Ballet, K - BALLET COMPANY) is a ballet company based in Tokyo Bunkyo Ward presided over by the global ballet dancer Tetsuya Kumagawa. In January 1999, Kumagawa became a flag swinger and the formation of a new ballet company "K Ballet Company" based on 6 people was announced. Collaboration with high level dancers and worldwide designers such as stage arts and costumes are high , Ballet performance boasts prominent attracting customers in the country.
In September 1998, Kumagawa announced the withdrawal from the Royal Ballet Company. In 1996, during the summer vacation of the British Royal Ballet Company that Kumikawa was then affiliated with, it started as a ballet performance called "Made in London" in Japan. High level of dancers such as choreography by F. Ashton, G. Balanchin and R. Petit, classic ballet by new generation of Kumikawa himself, original choreographic work, etc.
Kei Sugino was born in Kanagawa Perfecture. He began Ballet at the age of 6. He entered the K Ballet School in 2008. On August 11, he joined K Ballet Company as an artist. He graduated from K Ballet School and joined K Ballet Company. Currently, he works as a soloist and as a member of "Miyao Shuntaro Chairperson Ballet Gents".
Narita Atsushi was born in Osaka. She started ballet from the age of two and studied at the Mannheim National Ballet Academy in Germany in 2009. During her time at the university, she appeared in numerous performances such as Karlsruhe State Ballet "Swan Lake" and "Leeds Marriage". Joined universal ballet company in Korea for 13 years. Debuted with a starring act in '17 Nutcracker '.
The main repertoires are Clara of the Nutcracker / The Spirit of the Sugarcane, Kittori of the Don Quixote, Cupid, Flower Girl, Pa de Trois of the Swan Lake, and the Four Swans of Giselle Pezant, the spirit of courage of the Sleeping Beauty, the spirit of Canary, Macmillan's Juliet's friend of Romeo and Juliet's, Clunko's version of Onegin, Nahalin's chorus Minus 7 and so on. On September 18, she joined the K Ballet Company as a principal soloist.
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Tetsuya Kumagawa (Kudami Tsuya, March 5, 1972) is a ballet dancer, choreographer and director from Hokkaido, Japan. He has worked in the UK Royal Ballet Company for about 10 years and dances on the world stage. In 1996 he is a jury of the "Lausanne International Ballet Competition". Tetsuya Kumakawa was born in Asahikawa, Hokkaido, Japan. He began studying Ballet at 10 years old; aged 15, he moved to the UK and trained at the Royal Ballet School, before joining The Royal Ballet in 1989 and becoming the youngest soloist in their history. He was promoted to first soloist in 1991, and principal dancer in 1993.
Yamamoto Masaya was born in Ishikawa Prefecture. He began ballet at the age of 4. Studied abroad at the Australian Ballet School in 2010. He got 3rd place in the Lausanne International Ballet Competition in 2013. In the same year he joined the Royal Ballet Group in England as a trainee. In November 2014, he joined the K Ballet Company as an artist. Yamamoto Masaya promoted to the first soloist in September 2017. His major performances are solo of "La Bayerade", Pas de Trois of "Swan Lake", Prince of "Nutcracker" / Nutcracker / Soloist of Flower Waltz, "Sleeping Beauty" Gems, Ants of "Pirates", Albrechts of "Gisele", Friends of the prince of "Cinderella", Banderlos of "Carmen", "Don Quijote", Starring Ashton Choreography "Rhapsody", Blue Boy of "Le Paténur", Jeremy Fisher of "Ballet Peter Rabbit ™ and Friends".
Katsuhiro Ida was born in Tottori prefecture. He graduated from Tokyo Gakugei University Music Department. In 2007, he played a major role the Tokyo Ballet Company including the correction of the score as a conductor assistant for the first performance in Japan. In April 2018, he directed NHK 'Ballet Feast' and gained popularity.
Ikeda Risako(ballet) was born in Tokyo. She trained at the Ballet Studio Duo under TANAKA Yoko. She won the Bronze medal in the New York City Finals at the Youth America Grand Prix (Senior Level) in 2009. She studied at the Hungarian National Ballet School scholarship from 2010 to 2011. After her career with K-Ballet Company, she joined the National Ballet of Japan as Soloist in 2016. She made her debut as the leading role in "Cinderella", and has danced principal roles in "Coppélia", ”Sleeping Beauty" and "Nutcracker".
Akiyama Kazuke (Kazuyoshi Akiyama, January 2, 1941) is a well-known conductor in Japan, graduated from Toho Gakuen Music College. He is a conductor at Tokyo Symphony Orchestra, Vancouver Symphony Orchestra, Hiroshima Symphony Orchestra Honorary and president of the Japan Conductor Association (fifth generation). He is well versed in brass bandnes, and he is a special conductor and art advisor to musical band groups.
Orchestra organized as a place of the main activities "2005" ballet centering on the theater. Since that time it has been active in wide activities and has been playing all performances of the K Ballet Company since 2006. In January 2007 it played a leading role in the music conductor of ballet music in Japan, and Kazuo Fukuda, who has the most knowledge of ballet music, took over as music director. A deep understanding and ambitious approach to theatrical music is always attracting attention. In December 2008, he appeared in a concert "Dance ~ First movement" focused on ballet music produced by Tetsuya Kumagawa.
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