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Lenora Lee Dance 7th Anniversary Season 9/26 – 10/5

Friday, September 26, 2014 at 08:00 PM
Dance Mission in San Francisco, CA

Photo by Lei Chen

presented by Asian Improv aRts, API Cultural Center & Chinese Historical Society of America!

Join Lenora Lee Dance with Kei Lun Martial Arts & Enshin Karate, San Mateo Dojo for a two-week performance season of new and repertory works

Media design by Olivia Ting & Lenora Lee  /  Music score by Francis Wong with Tatsu Aoki, Jonathan Chen, Min Xiao Fen, Wayne Wallace, Genny Lim, Karen Stackpole, Kat Parra, and Corey Chan  /  Cinematography directed by Tatsu Aoki, filmed by Zhuoyun Chen, Joshua Chuck, Ben Estabrook, Eric Koziol, Heath Orchard, Joel Wanek. Edited by Olivia Ting and Tatsu Aoki  /  Text by Genny Lim  /  Lighting by Patty-Ann Farrell

Performed by Dale Chung, Larissa Fong, Raymond Fong, Marina Fukushima, Chin-chin Hsu, Lynn Huang, Jon Iiyama, SanSan Kwan, Wei-Shan Lai, Lenora Lee, Yukihiko Noda, Kelly Del Rosario, Olivia Ting, Collin Wong, Ronald Wong

Program A:

Friday, 9/26, 8pm

Saturday, 9/27, 8pm

Sunday, 9/28, 3pm

 

Program B:

Friday, 10/3, 8pm

Saturday, 10/4, 8pm

Sunday, 10/5, 3pm

 

Program A: “Light” film-in-progress excerpts (2014-2015), “The Detached” (2014 premiere), “The Escape” (2013), “Reflections” (2011)

Program B: “Passages: For Lee Ping To” excerpts (2010), “The Detached” (2014 premiere), “Rescued Memories: New York Stories” (2013)

Location: Dance Mission Theater – 3316 24th Street (at Mission), San Francisco, CA  94110

Tickets: $15 advance online, $20 at the door, $30-50 arts & visionary supporters (includes VIP seating and invitation to special event), discount available for groups of 8 or more people.

For tickets & info: http://www.brownpapertickets.com/event/796371www.LenoraLeeDance.com, email LenoraLeeDance@gmail.com

 

 

 

Supported in part by Asian Improv aRts, Asian Pacific Islander Cultural Center, Chinese Historical Society of America Museum, Donaldina Cameron House, San Francisco Arts Commission, California Arts Council, Zellerbach Family Foundation, Asian/Pacific/American Institute at New York University, New York Asian Women’s Center, Asian Women United of Minnesota, San Francisco Grants for the Arts, Generous Individuals, and New Stages for Dance II, administered by Dance / USA in partnership with Dancers’ Group. Leadership Support for the New Stages for Dance II Initiative is provided by MetLife Foundation. Lenora Lee Dance participates in Help Desk®, a Pentacle program providing infrastructure mentoring and support. (www.pentacle.org). Community Partners include Asian Pacific Islander Legal Outreach and Asian Women’s Shelter.

 

 

 

 

Photos in Dance Mission Theater by Robbie Sweeny. Click here for more photo images


Jon Jang’s Oyama Canon in D October 3, 2014 de Young Museum

Friday, October 03, 2014 at 06:30 PM
de Young Museum in San Francisco, CA

de Young Museum and Asian Improv aRts present

Jon Jang’s Oyama Canon in D

as part of Friday Nights at the de Young

6:30 PM – 8:30 PM

Friday, October 3, 2014

Admission Free!

de Young Museum, Golden Gate Park

50 Hagiwara Tea Garden Drive • San Francisco, CA 94118 

For more info www.deyoungmuseum.org/fridayswww.jonjang.com  

To commemorate the centennial anniversary of the (California) Alien Land Law of 1913, Jon Jang has been commissioned to compose Oyama Canon in D, a multi movement work that pays tribute to the Issei (first generation Japanese immigrants of America) contribution to agricultural development in California, as well as their 40 year struggle to resist racist “alien land laws” which denied their family the right to own land. The work will be performed by an ensemble led by Jon Jang, piano/narrator, with Francis Wong, soprano saxophone, Jim Norton, bass clarinet, Karl Alfonso Evangelista, electric guitar, Gary Brown, electric bass,  and Deszon X. Claiborne, multiple percussion. 


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