Tateuchi Public Program Series Past Events
The Tateuchi Public Program Series, organized in partnership between the Atsuhiko and Ina Goodwin Tateuchi Foundation and the Japanese American National Museum, develops presentations that explore the connections between Japan and the United States in the context of politics, art, music, and culture. The program series is created annually with the objective of enhancing understanding between the two countries.
A Conversation with Midori
See violinist Midori in a question and answer session. Learn more about Midori’s history and musical journey in this rare opportunity to hear her speak.
Midori, 38, was born in Osaka and began studying the violin at a very young age. At the invitation of conductor Zubin Mehta, she made her concert debut at the age of 11 as a surprise guest soloist for the New York Philharmonic's traditional New Year's Eve concert, on which occasion she received a standing ovation and the impetus to begin a major career. A recipient of the prestigious Avery Fisher Prize and the Suntory Music Award, she enjoys working with young violinists in master classes all over the world.
Presented in partnership with the Philharmonic Society of Orange County.
A Conversation with Midori
Bridging Two Cultures: Grace Etsuko Lee Discusses her Personal Experiences in Japan and the U.S.
Ms Grace Etsuko Lee, an internationally recognized business and etiquette consultant, speaker and trainer for corporations, will share some tips on how to avoid deal-breaking mistakes she observed in her years as a successful international marketing consultant. Her interactive presentation will concentrate on Western and Japanese social and business etiquette.
Born in Japan and educated in Asia and the United States, Ms Lee is bilingual and equally at home in both cultures. She will also share her stories from her new book, Little Caterpillar in Training: A Culture in Transition and Its Mixed Child in Post-war Japan, a unique and humorous personal story of growing up in Japan as well as in the United State as a bi-racial child.
Asian American Music Festival's Movement 1: Urbanisms
The AAMF is the world’s leading festival celebrating Asian American music: jazz, world, hip-hop and beyond. AAMF celebrates the artistic and creative achievements of Asian American, Asian, and Asian Pacific Islander (API) artists in all genres of music.
Click here to hear music by Kero’s One.
Click here to hear music by Milk & Jade by Dana Leong.
Click here to hear music by Shing02.
For more information or to buy tickets to this event, www.asianamericanjazzfestival.com.
Film Screening & Panel Discussion: Beate Sirota Gordon: Women's Rights and the Constitution of Japan
11 AM –12:30 PM
Film Screening: Sirota Family & the 20th Century Award Winning Documentary Film by Tomoko Fujiwara
2 PM –3 PM
Lecture by Beate Sirota Gordon
Light reception to follow in the Tateuchi Democracy Forum
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$27 Museum members; $30 non-members. Advance ticket reservation and payment required.
Sponsored by the Tateuchi Foundation and held in the Tateuchi Democracy Forum.