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Choreographer / Dancer. 1981, born in Japan. First theatre work was performed in 1998. Compose, choreograph also perform himself. 2002 went to Europe, learned improvisation techniques and other contemporary dance techniques. Concept of his performance is A BODY WHICH "Listen". Listening; as a body which influenced by unstable space, being transformed.

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Stage Work

『Kasuka』

Date
2012.4.6,7,8
Venue
SETAGAYA Art Museum

Composition, Choreography & Dance
:  Taro BOVE
Music
: Marihiko HARA
Organized By
: SETAGAYA Art Museum, SETAGAYA CULTURE FOUNDATION
Supported By
: Taro BOVE Dance Performance

Stage Work

『Lingering Imagery of Reflection —Noh《IZUTSU》—』

Collaboration with music of the NOH Theatre

Date
2011.2.17 16:00-
Venue
Kanagawa Arts Theatre (KAAT) Atrium / Japan

Composition, Choreography & Dance:  Taro BOVE

Nohgaku
Fue: Shintaro SUGI
Kotsuzum: Naoyasu SOWA
Okawa: Masaru KAWAMURA
Jiutai: Hiromichi TAMOI

A dance piece in collaboration with noh artists.(Nohgaku fue=Shintaro Sugi,kotsuzumi=Naoyasu Sowa, okawa=Masaru Kawamura,jiutai=Hiromichi Tamoi)Taro BOVE has recently… He focuses on the structure of noh, which stimulates audience’s imagination and encourages them to create a world that resonates in the blank for themselves. In this piece, he works on the mugen noh [spiritual noh] play masterpiece Izutsu with young and mid-careered noh musicians from Kyoto. The latter half of the play is re-interpreted and is presented in a form that can be situated in a lobby space of a theater or museum, keeping the essence of the presentation form of noh. A possibility of new “space” is created through interaction between noh and contemporary dance.

read more → http://www.tpam.or.jp/2011/e/tpam_direction/index.html

Stage Work

『Kakitsubata -Collaboration with music of the NOH Theatre-』

Date
2010.7.2,3
Venue
AI HALL

Composition, Choreography & Dance
:  Taro BOVE
Hayashi
Fue(transverse flute): Shintaro SUGI
Kotsuzum(shoulder-drum): Naoyasu SOWA
Okawa(hip drum): Yuji TANIGUCHI
Taiko(stick-drum): Mitsunori MAEKAWA
Jiutai(the chorus)
: Toshiaki YOSHINAMI, Yukihiro URABE, Hiromichi TAMOI
Organized By
: ITAMI City, ITAMI CULTURE FOUNDATION
Supported By
: Japan Foundation for Regional Art-Activities
    ASAHI BEER ARTS FOUNDATION
    Society for Administration of Remuneration for Audio Home Recording (sarah)