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Haruno Keiko Rokyoku: The Japanese Musical Art of Storytelling

2 Mar 2017
Haruno Keiko Rokyoku: The Japanese Musical Art of Storytelling

Haruno Keiko, one of the most popular Rokyoku artists of Japan, will present her exciting and entertaining art during a perfor-mance organised by the Irish Institute of Japanese Studies (School of Asian Studies) at UCC. Accompanied by Ipputei Hazuki on the shamisen, Haruno Keiko will perform two of her most successful pieces, both of which are set in ancient Japan.

Sunday 5th March 2017

UCC, Aula Maxima : 1 – 3pm

Haruno Keiko, one of the most popular Rokyoku artists of Japan, will present her exciting and entertaining art during a perfor-mance organised by the Irish Institute of Japanese Studies (School of Asian Studies) at UCC. Accompanied by Ipputei Hazuki on the shamisen, Haruno Keiko will perform two of her most successful pieces, both of which are set in ancient Japan.

 

Sunday 5th March 2017

UCC, Aula Maxima : 1 – 3pm

Japanese and English will be spoken during the event; however, no knowledge of Japanese is re-quired to enjoy this thrilling insight into traditional Japanese entertainment, or to meet this wonderful performer.

 

Free entry.

 

For more on this story contact:

The Irish Institute of Japanese Studies, School of Asian Studies

Contact:till.weingartner@ucc.ie

Department of Asian Studies

Staidéar Áiseach

3rd Floor, O'Rahilly Building, University College Cork, Cork, Ireland.

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