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Free Residency in Kyoto for 2014 / Summer workshop in France

 
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sbarbery
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PostPosted: 2013-11-26, 15:21    Post subject: Free Residency in Kyoto for 2014 / Summer workshop in France Reply with quote

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はじめまして, Enchanté

My name is Stéphane Barbery, I'm french and have the amazing chance to live in Kyoto since 2008.

I've been passionate by the sound of Koten Honkyoku since I bought my first record when I was 13.
But I've only started shakuhachi this year. I wanted to have a good enough level in japanese before, in order to be able to communicate with a sensei.
Since I began in february, I enjoy shakuhachi everyday. Without missing a single day.

When I am not in Kyoto, I leave my house, free of charge, to artists or people who make research connected to Japanese traditional arts.
You can see details in french/english/japanese here :
http://www.tropiques-japonaises.fr/2012/07/16/les-sanctuaires-kyoto-manigod…

In 2014, the periods of residency are :
- one month in winter (from 8th january to 8th february)
- two months in summer (july/august)
More here (in french) : http://www.tropiques-japonaises.fr/2013/11/16/residence-artistechercheur-ky…

Leaving your keys to someone requires total trust. The ability to create this trust with me plus a project who honors Japanese traditional beauty will be the only criterium of selection.
I'll be happy if people who share my passion for shakuhachi use this opportunity in the next years.

Feel free to forward this announce to people who might be interested.

Chaleureusement

Stéphane Barbery
http://www.flickr.com/photos/barbery/

PS : I also have the chance to own a wood log house in the french alps, near Annecy, which could host a summer shakuhachi workshop or event, on a small scale but on a regular basis.
I'm planning to organise this kind of workshop for tea ceremony and noh so I will probably not have the energy to take in charge the shakuhachi part. I'll be happy if someone wants to join this project and help me to host it.
The idea would be : on a long week-end, people gather in the same place (the house is big enough for 10, with large space for tents, many hotels and rental places around) around one theme (it could be one shakuhachi song, a school, a technique, a sensei, etc). Half the day would be dedicated to enjoying walking in the mountains around. The other half would be dedicated to shakuhachi. No money would be involved except for sharing costs (food, shared travel expenses, eventually the plane ticket of a Japanese sensei).
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PostPosted: 2013-11-26, 16:57    Post subject: Free Residency in Kyoto for 2014 / Summer workshop in France Reply with quote

Hi Stephane,

This is a wonderful project. I hope, you will get attention of many wonderful artists and soon get funding. I will try to forward your call to people interested in Japanese arts.

Kind regards,

Marek
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PostPosted: 2013-11-26, 19:50    Post subject: Free Residency in Kyoto for 2014 / Summer workshop in France Reply with quote

Bienvenue sbarbery,

Je suis certain que beaucoup seront intéressés par ce projet ainsi que par ta générosité.

Bonne route sur le chemin du shakuhachi Okay

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Welcome sbarbery,

I'm sure many will be interested by this project as well as by your generosity.

Wish you good way on your shakuhachi journey
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PostPosted: 2013-11-28, 12:11    Post subject: Free Residency in Kyoto for 2014 / Summer workshop in France Reply with quote

Oui, c'est une offre tres générose! C'est bien d'etre une jouer du shakuhachi!!!
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PostPosted: 2013-12-24, 09:12    Post subject: Free Residency in Kyoto for 2014 / Summer workshop in France Reply with quote

Hi Stephane,
I also live in Japan, Ishikawa, and I have been studying shakuhachi since 2006. It would be nice if we could meet sometime next year and play together. I think that in general it would be good to connect with other foreigners who play/study shakuhachi in Japan.
By the way, do you study Kinko? I study Tozan, but I am quite interested in Kinko pieces recently.
Cheers,
Razvan
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