Closeup Magic at Ballet Fundraiser

Looking for something interesting to do? Come hang out with me while I do closeup magic for pretty asian girls in tights. I know, I know, such a burden, but hey that’s show biz right?

So the gig is a fund raiser for the Japanese-Houston Ballet Project, at the Spring Street Studios, and is open to the public. So, if you are into Wine, Auctions, Music and Ballet, come join me.


Spring Street Studios
Vault Houston
1824 Spring Street #124
Houston, TX 77007

April 29th 2017

Closeup Magic by Robert Danger Byrd
Excerpts from TSURU
Excerpts from Sons de L’âme and Clear
Don Quixote Grand Pas de Deux
L’Après-midi d’un faune

Dancers of Houston Ballet:
Nao Kusuzaki
Charles-Louis Yoshiyama
Connor Walsh
Megumi Takeda
Aoi Fujiwara
Shu Kinouchi
Shogo Hayami

Kana Mimaki

Cellist of Axiom Quartet:
Patrick Moore

In Kind Supporters:
Houston Ballet
Asia Society Texas Center
All Nippon Airways
City of Chiba, Japan
Japan America Society of Houston
Uptown Dance Company


About the Dance Art Project Japan Project

2017 marks the 45th anniversary of the sister city relations between Chiba-City Japan and Houston. To honor its relationship through my passion to connect artists and educators with Houston community, a group of us came together to create Dance Japan Project.

The goal of the project is to strengthen cultural ties between Houston and Japan through art, and to educate the next generation of ballet dancers. In conjunction with the performances, we will hold a 3-day ballet workshop where Houston Ballet dancers will teach classes for aspiring ballet dancers.

In order to complete the journey, we would like to ask for your support. Dance Art Project Japan, will hold a fundraiser on Saturday, April 29th, 2017 at VAULT Houston inside Spring Street Studios at 7:00p.m. The fundraiser will include a wine reception, silent auction, and a sneak peek performance by select cast members.

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