Japanese Prominent Vocal Dance Group Visits Cambodia Next Week

AKP Phnom Penh, July 03, 2019 —

TEMPURA KIDZ, a Japanese vocal dance group, will pay a visit to Cambodia to join Tanabata Festival 2019 in Phnom Penh from July 12-15, 2019.

The visit will be made at the invitation of Foundation Asia Centre (JFAC), said the Embassy of Japan in Cambodia in a press release AKP received this morning.

During their visit, it pointed out, they will hold performances at the opening ceremony of Tanabata Festival 2019 at Angkor-Kizuna Hall, Cambodia-Japan Cooperation Centre (CJCC), ICHITAN Live Concert at Hang Meas Radio and HDTV Station, and Main Concert at Angkor-Kizuna Hall, CJCC; and a Dance Workshop at the Royal University of Fine Arts.

According to the same source, TEMPURA KIDZ is a vocal dance group consisting of one male and three female artists, which was founded in 2012 and performed in many occasions in Japan and abroad. Their powerful and energetic stage performance characterised by a highly sharp movement in dance. Alongside the performances, they also have organised dance workshops actively. So far, they have performed in 17 cities of 13 countries including Cambodia, where they first visited in 2017.

Their second visit to Cambodia will attract more audience by their amazing performance, hoped the embassy.

By C. Nika