Wall Street Journal

" And, finally, as a woman in flowing brilliant orange cloaks, Masato danced an Onnamai, or “woman dance”, traditionally danced by masked males, with such elegance and panache, that the audience were motionless, holding their breath in awe. We were being transported to so many times and places, cultures and histories, art forms and literary delights all at once that it was hard to remain human, and hard not also to become part of this supernatural realm of magic, wonder, the world of the fantastic. Undoubtedly the most stunning performance of Early Music and of dance and… well, of everything… that I can remember being able to witness."

Dominic Eckersley


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