Sunday, February 17, the K-State Japanese Yosakoi Dance Club had the opportunity to perform at Haymaker’s Hall Diversity Program, “Cafe Hay.” This event was to showcase many different cultures. An explanation of each culture was described and a performance went along with the description. Yosakoi performed three dances for the Haymaker dorm residents. They included, “Soran-Bushi,” “Yocchore,” and “Nengara-Nenjyu.”
We appreciate being asked to perform for the Haymaker dorm. KSU Yosakoi was well received and there was a great turn out for an audience. A big thank you to all who danced and participated in this event.
If you’d like to have the K-State Japanese Yosakoi Dance Club perform at one of your upcoming events, please contact our Director, Seiji Ikeda (firstname.lastname@example.org) or our President, Cami Riblett (email@example.com).