Ranbyoshi is a folk art performance group of 12 people of different ages based in the Japanese city of Sapporo. They perform original drum compositions, dances, and songs as well as theater sketches that maintain the tradition of folk art while creating new rhythms and sounds.
The performance by Ranbyoshi leads off a five-day symposium exploring the concept of Embodied Learning, organized by Marlboro’s Asian studies professor Seth Harter. The interactive symposium takes place from April 6 through 10 and features leading scholars and practitioners of Embodied Learning discussing and presenting work. The Embodied Learning Symposium is co-presented by Vermont Performance Lab and made possible by the Freeman Foundation for Undergraduate Asian Studies Initiative II.
For more information contact the Marlboro College public relations office at (802) 251-7644 or email@example.com. Visit www.marlboro.edu for more information and a complete schedule.