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About Makoto Matsushima

 

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Theatre Horizon's World Theatre Workshop Series
Makoto Matsushima's Body, Voice, Time and Space Workshop

2016.02.17 - 02.19
90 Club @ Horizon Art Space

 

About the Workshop

With emphasis on the torso, Makoto Matsushima's workshop incorporates Japanese martial arts, Aikido and contemporary dance technique to explore how to concentrate on the centre and how to put the body in space and time. Please wear training clothes with no shoes for the three 3-hour workshops. (In English)
 


Details

Presenter : Theatre Horizon
Instructor: Makoto Matsushima
Date : 17-19/2/2016 (Wed to Fri)
Time : 1930 - 2230 (3-hour sessions)
Venue : 90 Club @ Horizon Art Space
Location : 5th Floor, 78 Larch St, Tai Kok Tsui (Above Wah Cheong Loong Garments)
Map: http://goo.gl/kTzhjG
Fees:$950 (All 3 sessions) , $450 (1 session)
Enquiries:Please email to Theatre Horizon at
workshop@theatrehorizon.com

 


Makoto Matsushima  (The Instructor)

To the audience of Hong Kong, Makoto Matsushima is not an entirely unfamiliar name. Makoto has performed many times in Hong Kong and his performance is many-faceted and full of energy. Makoto Matsushima is a graduate of the Nihon University College of Art. He launched his stage career with the Japanese dance theatre company Pappa TARAHUMARA while he was still a student, and has won critical acclaim for his performances both in television and on stage. From1995, Matsushima began creating his own pieces, working both as choreographer and dancer. In 1997, he performed in Zuni Icosahedron’s production Invisible Cities. He has toured Aia, Europe, and the U.S. with Pappa TARAHUMARA, and participated in its Hong Kong production of Spring Day (Haruhiru) in 1998. The following year, he choreographed and performed in Thunder and Lightning, a production by Edward Lam Dance Theatre, for the Hong Kong Arts Festival. Matsushima has been the artist-in-residence at Zuni Icosahedron, and collaborated with many Hong Kong’s local artists in addition to giving solo performances of his works. He is also active in the areas of set design and fine-art works. He was Professor at Korea National University of Arts in 2008 and later in 2010.

Makoto will appear in Theatre Horizon's latest production of the trilogy, ‘Century-old Dreams of a Fishing Harbour Episode II Nightmares’ as guest performer.
 

 

Application and Payment Method

Please fill out the form below, or download a word document of the form, fill and return to Theatre Horizon by email  workshop@theatrehorizon.com. For the subject of the email please put 'Makoto Matsushima Workshop.'

For payment method, kindly visit the following link: http://www.theatrehorizon.com/payment_ws.html

 
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