Kyōdai (In Person)

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Kyōdai (In Person)

An interplay of home videos and music from the Japanese Canadian Community

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Fox Cabaret 2321 Main Street Vancouver, BC V5T 3C9 Canada

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  • 2 hours 30 minutes

Join Japanese Canadian musicians Jason de Cuoto, Prince Shima, and Āza Nabuko as they interrogate their Japanese heritage in a multi-sensory concert experience in collaboration with Powell Street Festival Society and the Nikkei National Museum and Cultural Centre. Gather with us at the Fox Cabaret as these musicians of varied musical backgrounds explore the theme of kyōdai (siblings) through the lens of curated, sought-after home videos from pre, during, and post WWII Internment, produced by artist and video archivist Jeffery Chong. Kyōdai acts as a rallying call to embrace our heritage, deepen communal bonds, and reveal what’s known and unknown about our relationships past, present, and future.

Also at the event, get your hands on some Powell Street Festival merchandise and chat with friends from the festival over drinks from the Fox’s bar. Kyōdai will also be live streamed online, so you can take part in this one-of-a-kind sonic and visual experience from anywhere!


Doors open 7:00 PM, Event begins 7:30 PM

Access and Content Warnings:

The Fox is wheelchair accessible. The main cabaret room is accessible through a ramped entrance. The Fox also has a wheelchair accessible washroom in the space.

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Kyōdai is co-presented by Powell Street Festival Society and Nikkei National Museum and Cultural Centre, with financial support from Canada Council for the Arts, BC Arts Council, and City of Vancouver.

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