JSGH Fall Festival Performances

We are lucky to have many wonderful performances programmed for our upcoming Fall Festival on October 17th, 2021. Please read the information about performers. The Performances Shishimai by Steve Long and Akiko Hiratsuka Koto Performance by Garrett Groesbeck Japanese Folk Tales by Noriko Oshiro Taiko Performance by Soh Daiko Performer Biographies Steve Long spent 11 years living, working, and studying in Japan, four of which he was a professional theater actor touring shows throughout Japan, >>Read More...

Winter in Japan Presentation for Wadsworth Atheneum

We had an opportunity to participate in Wadsworth Atheneum’s December Second Saturday event with a “Winter in Japan” presentation. Mai Vestergaard did a great job narrating the video for us. Click a link below to enjoy our presentation as well as other kids friendly fun videos. https://www.thewadsworth.org/event/second-saturdays-for-families-winter-wonderland/  >>Read More...

New Year Rakugo Hour with Tozabro Yanagiya III – 新年落語会

Japan Society of Greater Hartford would like to invite you to this special occasion to listen to Japanese professional Rakugo-ka, Tozaburo Yanagiya’s live online Zoom presentation. Space is limited. Reserve your virtual seat today! (We will provide the login info a week before the event.) Date: January 9, 2021 from 4 pm to 5 pm ET Contents: (in English) Understanding Rakugo’s movements using the fan and hand towel What’s left/right? Rakugo Performance Questions from the audience >>Read More...

Evening of MUSIC with Emilie-Anne Gendron and Melody Fader

The Japan Society of Greater Hartford presents an evening of MUSIC with Emilie-Anne Gendron: violin, and Melody Fader: piano February 29, 2020 at 7:00 pm (doors open 6 pm) Emanuel Lutheran Church, 60 Church Street, Manchester, CT 06040 Mozart Violin Sonata, KV305 Dalit Warshaw: from If it could speak (2019) for violin and piano Maurice Ravel Violin Sonata No.2 in G Johannes Brahms Sonatensatz WoO 2 for violin and piano Clara Schumann Three Romances OP. 22 for >>Read More...