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Nihon Buyo

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Nihon Buyo is generally known to be a style of dance originating from Kabuki dances, most of which were made during the Edo Period.  Nihon Buyo literally means Japanese dance, ‘Nihon’ meaning Japan and ‘Buyo’ meaning dance.  This is a unique opportunity to learn a style of dance that is more than 200 years old.

Nihon Buyo at El Marino

This class is taught by Bando Hidesomi, who has been training since age three through the Bando School and later received the title of Shihan (Master’s Degree) in Japan. Nihon Buyo offers classes from kindergarten through fifth grade. An advanced class is also offered to middle schoolers and high schoolers with prior experience.

Class Information

Session Two
Feb. 14, *21 (no class 2/28)
Mar. 14, 21 (no class 3/7 & 3/28);
Apr. 11, **18, 25 (no class 4/4);
May 2, ***16 (no class 5/9);

Class 1: 2:30 – 3:00(Kinder/beginner)
Class 2: 3:00 – 3:30 (1st & 2nd )
Class 3: 3:30 – 4:00 (2nd & 3rd)
Class 4: 4:00 – 4:30 (4th & 5th)
Class 5: 4:30 – 5:00 (MS/HS)
*Class held at EM Library.
**Class held at Room 17.
***Potluck Party –Last Performance Day

Instructor:  Bando Hidesomi

Nihon Buyo Coordinators: Mari Miyashiro and Yoko Decker

Question? Email nihonbuyo@allelmarino.org

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