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beat battle night

May 31, 2018 - 8:00 PM - 10:00 PM

Date: 5/31(THU) 1st Show 20:00~, 2nd Show 21:30~
Charge: A minimum charge of 2000 yen per person will be charged.
*Depending on the store situation on the day, we may not be able to give priority to seats where you can easily watch the belly dance.
If you would like to reserve a viewing seat, please contact us using the contact details below by 3:00pm on the day of the event.
*Please note that the times you can reserve your seat are 19:00~, 19:30~, and 20:00. We cannot accept reservations for customers arriving after 20:00, so please arrive as early as possible.
*If you will arrive more than 30 minutes late from your reserved time, please contact us in advance using the reservation number below. If we do not hear from you, we will cancel your reservation and give priority to other customers.
*If the viewing seats are crowded, we may ask you to share seats.
[Reservation phone number: 03-6861-9170]
NATACHA (Belly Dancer)
In 2003, she discovered belly dancing and learned it from many artists overseas. In 2008, she started studying Sacred Earth belly dance under Mishaal, learning the "Sacred Earth Dance" to dedicate her dance to Mother Earth.
From 2010 to 2014, she was a member of the belly dance ensemble "Samanyolu" directed by Miahaal.
She has performed at the biggest fashion festival in history, Tokyo Girls Collection 2010S/S & 2012S/S @ Yokohama Arena, FUJI ROCK FESTIVAL'12 which attracted a record 140,000 people, MYAHK3, Zanpa JAM, Re:birth, Ringo Music Festival, Mangetsusai, ZIPANG, Harukaze, GL and other events, shows featuring foreign belly dancers, ethnic restaurants, clubs and lounges in Tokyo, private parties, etc. She has also traveled to Okinawa, Miyakojima, Kumamoto, Gifu, Nagoya, Fukushima, Sendai and Kanagawa to perform and give workshops.
Abroad she has performed and studied belly dancing at Tribal Fes @ USA, Fire Watar @ Hoxton UK, Mystical Belly Dance Night with Anello Capuano @ ARMA Museum Bali, Turkish Delight Dance Festival, BabaZula Live @ Istanbul, Dance of Shiva India, and more.
KEIZOmachine! (Digital Darbuka)…
Producer, DJ, percussionist, and member of the fully manual breakbeat unit HIFANA.
His creative live performances, which synchronize sound and video, and his original music have become a hot topic among creators around the world, and he has gone beyond the boundaries of a musician to work on a global stage, creating numerous video works and spatial productions.
HIFANA signed a contract with Virgin Records, which is part of EMI Music in France, and the promotional video for the song "WAMONO" from their second album won the Excellence Award at the Japan Media Arts Festival organized by the Agency for Cultural Affairs. In 2010, the advertising video for the Nike Music Shoe, in collaboration with Rhizomatiks, a group of creators who use technology, won various advertising awards, including the Cannes Lions Lions, ONE SHOW in New York, and ADFEST, one of Asia's leading advertising festivals.
In addition, in the club music scene where English is the norm, he has been recognized as an artist who has adopted Japanese language and Japanese sounds from an early stage and has performed and appeared in the promotional video for the NHK historical drama "Onna Joushu Naotora." He also produced the sound for and appeared in the promotional video for the 410th anniversary of the construction of the national treasure Hikone Castle.
On the other hand, he has performed solo and DJ at the French cultural facility Pompidou Center, as well as in Belgium, Germany, London, Taiwan, China, Thailand, Myanmar, etc. His activities are diverse, including sound production for NHK WORLD's project DJ DOMO and producing eco-art and reverse graffiti, which uses a high-pressure washer to remove dirt from walls and create pictures.
TAKSEEMA (Darbuka)…
Darbuka player. Spent his university years in London, and in the early 2000s, he performed live as a percussionist there, gaining a wide range of exposure to world music. During a journey across Eurasia, he discovered the darbuka and began to teach himself. He then studied tabla in Japan, Egypt, and Turkey. From 2010 to 2016, he was the lead player of the tabla waiesa. He is the founder of the Arabic percussion group "Arbaa Tabbaliin." In July 2015, he was the lead darbuka player for a 20-person orchestra at "TOKYO Iftifar," Japan's largest belly dance event, held at Shibuya Public Hall. In May 2016, he released his first MIX CD "COUNTER CULTURE," an Arabic percussion CD of all original songs. He studied Egyptian style under Hany Morgan, the main player of the Tannoura National Dance Company, and Turkish modern playing under Suat Borazan and Bunyamin Olguncan, the main players of HAREM in Istanbul. He is a lecturer at the Shibuya University Arabic Rhythm Workshop. He is active in a wide range of genres, including the Indian hybrid band "Unit_awa_" with Daikichi Yoshida on sitar, and the Arabic breakbeat unit "Planet 9" with Kengo Kobayashi (Jusanga).


May 31, 2018
8:00 PM - 10:00 PM