Dr. Judy Kuriansky, Ph.D. internationally renowned clinical psychologist, popular speaker, top-selling author, award-winning television and radio commentator and personality, healer, global humanitarian, NGO representative at the United Nations and teacher at Columbia University Teachers College.
Dr. Kuriansky traveled in March, 2012 with Japanese and American musicians to the earthquake-affected areas in northern Japan, offering workshops and concerts for survivors, especially children, on the day after the one year anniversary of the 3.11 disaster.
This ongoing project is a partnership of The Recovery Center of Miyagi and Kuriansky’s NGO accredited at the United Nations, the International Association of Applied Psychology. Another partner is the Stand Up For Peace Project that Dr.Kuriansky co-founded with internationally acclaimed New York composer Russell Daisey.
Dr. Kuriansky will share a multimedia presentation of the mission to Japan, including performances at the prestigious Yamaha Hall in Tokyo, and workshops in Sendai where Japanese children created the cranes that will hover above the exhibition and event May 20.
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Daniel Santana and Rafael Burgos
James Jay Dudley Luce Foundation, Inc.
Japanese performing arts will be represented at this very special event including:
1. Japanese Shamisen and Sanshin player, Ippei Ichimaru
2. Japanese Shakuhachi player, Hilario Soto
3. Members of the Yuko Takahashi Dance Company
4. American Singer, Julie Stevens
5. American Pianist and Singer, Russell Daisey