KSU Open House

23 04 2009

This last Sat around 2:30 Yosakoi which had been scheduled to perform behind the library and was reassigned to the Union plaza.  Having all met at the Library we used the added time to get as ready as possible. Some people were stretching others reviewing the dances and others just relaxing before dancing in the sun. We went to the plaza a little early to watch the other performances  which included the KC Marching Cobras always a treat.   Then the K-state Tap group and that group broke in half and joined some hand drummers to become the K-state African Rhythm and dance group.  We were up after them and performed 2 dances;  where we had as I would assume a much larger audience than we would have behind the library better sound too.  It was a beautiful spring day barely a cloud in the sky and we were all ready to show our yosakoi pride.  I was able to catch the second dance on VIDEO it was called Net de yosakoi. This is the dance that if some members choose to go to Japan will be the one performed there.  After the dance we dispersed eager to be out of the hot sun. All round this was a great performance and very fun.

jordan

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18 06 2009
rolly

Hey, when are you guys thinking about coming to Japan? I was surfing around looking for yosakoi options after I leave Japan and came across your website – helpful, because I finally found a clean copy of soran bushi. : )

27 06 2009
Cami

Hi! Unfortunately, we could not make it to Japan this year, but possibly if there is enough interest, KSU Yosakoi will perform in Sapporo, Hokkaido for the Yosakoi Soran Festival in June of next year (2010).

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