Available as solo and ensemble performances
Haunting dramatic performance by Brenda Wong Aoki with original music by Emmy Award-Winning composer Mark Izu, in a Kabuki Cabaret of traditional Japanese ghost legends. Featuring Grammy nominated multi-percussionist Dr. Anthony Brown, natori koto master Shoko Hikage, Mas Koga Best Latin Jazz flutist 2011, vocalist Moy Eng and Janet Koike with Kathryn Cabunoc on Taiko.
The haunting eloquence of Brenda Wong Aoki’s Ghost stories, masterfully performed in concert with Asian Jazz pioneer Mark
5 Legends: Black Hair, Soul of the Great Bell, Dancing in California, The Bell of Dojoji, Mermaid Meat
Legend of Morning Glory
The haunting love tale, based on a story from the Kabuki, tells of a girl, the daughter of a powerful samurai, who meets and falls in love with a boy from a poor family.
All We Leave
Excerpts and Gleanings from Brenda Wong Aoki. Musings about life on and off the road, personal stories and kabuki love legends. Brenda’s dramatic presentations blend tradition, movement, contemporary American life and her own peculiar point of view.
Tales of the Pacific Rim
Clad in the traditional kimono of a Japanese itinerant storyteller and using an exquisitely painted fan and her waist length hair as her only prop, Brenda Wong Aoki continues to entrance audiences throughout the world, with her intense, lyrical song/dance/dramas of Asian Pacific folk legends and personal stories.