Four additional co-hosted Programmes have been announced

Organised by:Executive Committee of the YOUSOROU with a Thousand Project
Organised by:Executive Committee of the YOUSOROU with a Thousand Project

Four additional programmes decided at the third Tokyo 2020 Nippon Festival co-hosted programme screening have been announced.

1. YOUSOROU (Keep her Steady) with a Thousand Project “A Thousand Beats from Chiba: One thousand people beating a wadaiko together in 2020”

Organised by:Executive Committee of the YOUSOROU with a Thousand Project
Organised by:Executive Committee of the YOUSOROU with a Thousand Project

2. Chiba Citizen's Music Festival “Resonate Around the World! Harmony Created by Everyone” A Journey to the World of Music, Vol.3

Organised by:Chiba Prefectural Government
Organised by:Chiba Prefectural Government

3. “MAHABHARATA: Chapter of Desire/Chapter of Destruction”

Organised by:Mahabharata Executive Committee
Organised by:Mahabharata Executive Committee

4. Inclusive Nippon “2020 Noh and Kyogen Special Performance from Shinagawa City”

Organised by:Shinagawa City Totto Foundation Japanese Theater of the Deaf Roppeita XIV Commemorative Foundation Agency for Cultural Affairs
Organised by:Shinagawa City Totto Foundation Japanese Theater of the Deaf Roppeita XIV Commemorative Foundation Agency for Cultural Affairs

Announcements will be made when these programmes have been determined.

The selection of co-hosted programmes has been made through deliberations by members of the Tokyo 2020 Committee on Culture and Education.

Masaki AOYAGI Emeritus Professor, the University of Tokyo
Tama Art University Chairman of Board of Directors
Director General, Archaeogical Institute of Kashihara, Nara Prefecture
Yuji AKIMOTO Director of The University Arts Museum, Tokyo University of the Arts
Director of Nerima Art Museum
Hiroshi IMANAKA President, Social Welfare Foundation SOOHKAI
Creative Director, atelier incurve
Kumi OYAMA Professor, Showa College of Music
Keiko MIYATA Director of Drama Studio, Young Artists Training Programme, New National Theatre, Tokyo
Mitsuhiro YOSHIMOTO Director, Center for Arts and Culture, NLI Research Institute