Galleries and Events

Events Archive:

We are very proud of not only our current and future productions, but also those we have done in the past. We are pleased to present a small pictorial gallery of some of our events for your enjoyment. Click on the program icon to view the gallery. Your comments are welcomed.

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Moon of the Scarlet Plums

September 23, 2005 Friday, 8 pm.
at James Armstrong Theater in Torrance, CA.

This program is a part of the World Festival of Sacred Music – Los Angeles. Presented in cooperation with the Torrance Cultural Arts Center Foundation.


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Nagauta SHIKI NO KAI Concert

February 27, 2005 Sunday, at 3 p.m.

at James Armstrong Theater in Torrance, CA.

This project is supported by the Alliance for California Traditional Arts and the Los Angeles County Arts Commission with funding from the National Endowment for the Arts, the California Arts Council and the L.A.County Quality and Productivity Commission.

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The World of Kabuki Music Concert

February 29, 2004 Sunday, at 2:30 p.m.

at James Armstrong Theater in Torrance, CA.

Shamisen workshop held on March 5, 6 and 7, 2004 at JACCC

This performance is partly funded by the Japan Foundation and The Alliance for California Traditional Arts.

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Music of Edo Concert
in commemoration of the quadracentennial of Edo
(Tokyo)

Sunday, December 7th, 2003 at 2:00 PM

in the Garden Room, JACCC

LA Treasures Award program by The City of Los Angeles Cultural Affairs Department and The Craft and Folk Arts Museum.

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Kichisaburo Memorial Concert
In Tribute to the late Master Kineya Kichisaburo

Sunday, June 8, 2003

ARATANI /JAPAN AMERICA THEATER
Los Angeles, California

This project is supported in part by The Los Angeles County Board of Supervisors through the Los Angeles County Arts Commission. Additional support is provided by the Japanese Traditional Performing Arts Organization.

Katada-Kai of USA 20th Anniversary Celebration

New Year Kabuki Music and dance performance

Sunday, January 5, 2003

ARATANI /JAPAN AMERICA THEATER
Los Angeles, California

This performance was funded in part by grant from the California Arts Council and Japanese American Cultural & Community Center

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The World of Noh, Kyogen & Buyo

Sunday, January 20, 2002

JAMES R. ARMSTRONG THEATER

Torrance Cultural Arts Center

Torrance, California

This performance was funded by grants from the Fund for Folk Culture, the California Arts Council & the Japan Foundation.

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Katada Kisaku New Year Concert

In commemoration of being designated as “National Living Treasure”

Sunday, January 7, 2001

JAMES R. ARMSTRONG THEATER
Torrance, California

This performance was supported by The Agency for Cultural Affairs of Japan,
the California Arts Council, Japanese American Cultural&community
Center and thee Consulate General of Japan

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Spring Concert of Japanese Music & Dance

Saturday, April 29, 2000

JAMES R. ARMSTRONG THEATER

Torrance Cultural Arts Center

Torrance, California

This performance was funded in part by a grant from the California Arts Council 

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Dance of Japan

Friday, June 28, 1996

JAMES R. ARMSTRONG THEATER

Torrance Cultural Arts Center

Torrance, California

This performance is funded in part by grants from the California Arts
Council, The Japan Foundation Los Angeles office and support from All Nippon
Airways

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Sound of Japan

Wednesday, May 24, 1995

JAMES R. ARMSTRONG THEATER
Torrance, California

This performance was in part funded by grants from the California Arts Council and supported by Consulate General of Japan and the Japan foundation.

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A Showcase Presentation of Traditional Performing Arts of Japan

Theater Opening Ceremonial Performance (Kokera Otoshi)

January 10 and 11, 1992
JAMES R. ARMSTRONG THEATER
Torrance, California

This performance was in part funded by The Center for Global
Partnership (Japan Foundation) the California Arts Council, the Torrance Sister City Committee, the City of Kashiwa and All Nippon Airways

To learn more about the JTPAO, please e-mail us at mikko@jtpao.org