Salina Performance & Spring Break

25 03 2008

KSU Yosakoi has been quite busy this past few weeks. Right before Spring Break started we traveled to Salina, KS to perform for the “Women’s History Luncheon” for a women’s group at the Bicentennial Center on March 14, 2008. At this performance we danced, “Soran-Bushi,” “Yocchore,” and “Basara.” “Basara” was specifically picked for this event because it is known as a women’s dance or the dance of the ‘okamisan’ (wife or landlady).

Over the spring break, we had Yosakoi training on March 21st and 22nd. Our schedule went from 9 AM – 12 PM, 2 PM – 5 PM, and 7 PM – 9 PM, with breaks in between. These practice sessions went on for a total of two days of practice. Everyone had a good time doing Yosakoi and improving our dances. Overall, members learned a lot and are better prepared for upcoming April performances and the Japan trip this summer!🙂


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