Nocturne at Holland Festival 2014

Posted on March 7th 2014

It is an honor that the prestigious Holland Festival invited my work Nocturne for the coming edition in June. From 2 – 29 June the installation of two dead pianos is presented at the auditorium of the Muziekgebouw aan ‘t IJ.

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SHIROKURO 8 March in Korzo, The Hague

Posted on March 5th 2014
photo by Anja Beutler

It is almost your last chance to see SHIROKURO this season. Coming Saturday 8 March we are performing at Korzo in The Hague. It would be great to see you there. Get tickets here.

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Multus #2 on tour in Japan

Posted on January 29th 2014

I am excited to premiere a new programme in Tokyo’s Setagaya Museum on 1 February.
Multus #2 brings music by Igor Stravinsky, John Cage and François-Bernard Mâche.

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Dutch tour SHIROKURO

Posted on January 14th 2014

The coming months there are many opportunities to see our collaborative dance concert SHIROKURO in the Netherlands. Click ‘Read More’ for our complete touring list.

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Last weekend of wasted in Amsterdam

Posted on December 13th 2013
photo: Tomohiro Himeno

Come and enjoy the last weekend of wasted in Muziekgebouw Amsterdam. Many people have seen it before you and seemed overwhelmed by its intensity. The installation is open from 10.00 am till 01.00 am.

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Posted on September 18th 2013

During the month of October I will be performing the dance piece ‘Tar and feathers’ by Jiri Kylian together with the Nederlands Dans Theater in The Hague. This performance has been a great success for many years and it has toured all over the world.

26 September – 5 October – Lucent Dans Theater, Den Haag (NL)

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Wanted: an intern (m/f) for the Tomoko Mukaiyama Foundation

Posted on August 21st 2013

We are looking for an intern (m/f) specialied in marketing and communication who joins the team of the Tomoko Mukaiyama Foundation for 3 to 6 months. Are you looking for an experience in the arts scene ? Or do you know students who would love to work in the arts, please forward the advert.

Click here for more information.

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