The KCG group, including The Kyoto College of Graduate Studies for Informatics (KCGI), Kyoto Computer Gakuin (KCG), and Kyoto Automobile College (KCGM), is as follows: “MUΣA Show” will be held by Lisa Yamasaki and other hair stylists active in the United States.The general public is welcome to view the exhibition.
The "MUΣA Show" is an entertainment show featuring models and dancers wearing costumes, hair styling and make-up inspired by the album "MUΣA", which was produced by Professor Nizza Melas to commemorate the 50th anniversary of KCG in 2013.The visual imagery by Lisa Yamasaki and ROSHAR, both of whom are highly regarded in the beauty industry in the U.S., especially in Los Angeles, and the dance by Kana Miyamoto, one of the top dancers in Los Angeles, elevate "MUΣA" to a comprehensive work of art.MUΣA Show" is a comprehensive entertainment that combines music and visual images, which can be enjoyed not only by those who are interested in fashion and beauty, but also by the general public. The MUΣA Show was first held at the International Beauty Show (IBS) New York in March of this year, and was also well received at the IBS Las Vegas in June.This show is part of the MUΣA Japan Tour which starts in July.
Date and Time: Saturday, August 6, 2016, 15:30-16:40
Venue: The Kyoto College of Graduate Studies for Informatics Kyoto Station Satellite Hall (7 minutes walk west from Kyoto Station)
Participation fee: 1,000 yen
Registration: Until Friday, July 29
Capacity: 100 people
For inquiries and applications, please contact: General Affairs Department, Kyoto Computer Gakuin
Phone: 075-762-2030 (9:00-17:00 on weekdays)
Applications will be closed as soon as they are filled.
Nitza Melas is a multilingual singer-songwriter born in Montreal, Canada, who has captivated audiences around the world.She is one of the three main vocalists of "Cirque du Soleil" an entertainment group that performs circuses and musicals in various countries. Among the top vocalists, she was the only one whose lyrics and music were chosen for a Cirque du Soleil show, and can be said to be the top singer in the group. He not only sings and writes lyrics, but also handles all aspects of graphic design, promotion, and sales.Former musician's instructor, Los Angeles Music Award World Music Division, Hollywood Music Award World Music Division, DEKA Award, etc.He has performed many CM songs for SXL (S-BY-L) and Toyota Estima, as well as voice acting for anime and games.Professor of The Kyoto College of Graduate Studies for Informatics since 2013.
Lisa Yamasaki After working in a salon in Japan, she moved to the U.S. and established J's Hair Studio & Academy in LA in 1995.She was the first Japanese to win the 2015 NAHA (North American Hairstyling Awards) Editorial Stylist of the Year award.Became the first Japanese to appear on the main stage as a guest artist at a hair show in the U.S.All the details are made of hair, and the work that collaborates the bold sensitivity of the west coast and the fine technique of Japan continues to attract many Americans as hair art.2016 Long Beach ISSE main stage performance.Judge for the 2016 ISSE Long Beach competition.2016 New York IBS Main Stage Appearance.
ROSHAR A master makeup artist based in New York and LA.She has been interested in painting and fashion since she was a child, and started doing makeup at the age of 15.She has worked for top fashion magazines such as VOGUE, ELLE, GLAMOUR and ZINK.She has done makeup for Hollywood celebrities such as Paris, Nikki Hilton, Kanye West, Kimora Lee Simmons and many music videos.She is a lecturer for the cosmetics brands MAKE UP FOREVER and COVER GIRL, and has worked on makeup for RUNWAY, Paul Mitchell, L'Oréal, Wella, and MIAMI FASHON WEEK in New York.ROSHAR's sensitivity and delicate make-up have attracted many professionals in Canada, Moscow and Europe.
Kana Miyamoto started ballet at the age of two and a half at a ballet studio in Fukuoka City.He has been teaching children and beginners in classes since he was 15 years old.She performed as a soloist in the performances of the same ballet studio.She started jazz dance when she was a high school student, and studied under the late Rei Aoo and the late Kanako Fukuoka.In 1997, she moved to the U.S. and performed as a member of the Ken Dance Company in Los Angeles and other parts of the U.S.The Los Angeles Times praised her solo performance, choreographed by Kenji Yamaguchi, as "elegant and gripping, like a sadness drifting on the surface, searching for itself.Currently based in Los Angeles, she teaches ballet classes at a number of studios.As a dancer and assistant director, he belongs to Kenji Yamaguchi's Ken Dance Company and has performed in New York, Los Angeles and Tokyo.As a project, Kana's Japan Relief Fund was launched on March 11, 2011, and has been conducting charity activities to plant trees in Sendai City, which was hit by the tsunami, and deepening exchanges with local people.She has been directing and choreographing Lisa Yamasaki's shows since 2013, and has also performed as a dancer on tours in the U.S. and Japan.The production, which beautifully expresses the world view of Lisa Yamasaki's work, leaves the audience with many impressions.