An excellent opportunity to learn more about one of Japan’s oldest traditional
performing arts, “Nohgaku”.
Nohgaku was designated a Masterpiece of the Oral and Intangible Heritage of Humanity by UNESCO in 2008 and is a historical representative of the tradition of Japanese performing art.
We hope you will join KANO Ryoichi, a noh performer from Japan’s Kita-School as he leads a group he’s brought with him to share both performance elements and discussion about the art form.
Seating in the Amphitheatre will be limited based on the Covid-19 restrictions currently in place.
Please note that you will have to register yourself and your family and that it is open to children over 12 years old only.
The starting time of the show is at 17:00, therefore please plan to arrive at the Amphitheatre at 16h45 or shortly thereafter, to ensure that the program can begin on time.