Hidden Legacy: Japanese Traditional Performing Arts in the World War II Internment Camps,

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Sunday, May 7th, 2017,3-5PM,The Broadway Playhouse(located inside the SCAL Building, 526 Broadway, Santa Cruz, CA 95060), sponsored by the JCF Japanese Cultural Festival  and Santa Cruz Art League

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Very sad to report that another traditional artist from the camps has died.
Masayo Arii has passed away at the age of 90. Mas was interviewed in the Hidden Legacy film about her learning shamisen and singing from Kineya Jyorokusho at Gila River. She was a founding member of the Chidori Band in San Jose, mother of Mary Arii Mah (Bando Misayasu) who was also interviewed. Our sincere condolences and thoughts go out to the family. Her legacy will live on through her contributions to the community in her beautiful voice and all she did. (Photo from Gila River Camp performance during WWII, Masayo Arii on the far right playing shamisen. Teacher Kineya Jyorokusho is in the center)
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