What we do

Sound Live Tokyo

  • Organization : PARC – Japan Center, Pacific Basin Arts Communication
  • Section : None
  • Type of Grant Program : Single
  • Art Forms : Interdisciplinary


An international festival that introduces expressions involving unfashionably critical approaches to sound and music. 2015 artists: Keiji Haino, Noriyuki Kiguchi, Maki Ohta, Keizo Mizoiri, Masanori Oishi, Tamao Inano, Yoshiko Kanda, Sumihisa Arima, Ken Jacobs, Aki Onda, Terre Thaemlitz, Christine Sun Kim, Masami Tada, Joe Morris, Tatsuhiko Asano, Eiko Ishibashi, Cal Lyall, Takako Minekawa, Jim O’Rourke, Phew, Takuro Shibayama, Taro Yoshihara, The Wooster Group and others.


PARC – Japan Center, Pacific Basin Arts Communication was established in December 1990 in succession to the secretariat of “Meeting for Pacific Basin Arts Communication” that was held in November 1990, and was certified as a nonprofit organization in 2002. PARC’s objectives are to organize basic data regarding performing arts, to build information and human network related to the arts, and to disseminate unique works of art in the world aiming to create and enhance artistic expression, in order to promote international exchange and regional activities with a focus on performing arts, to widely support advancement of the arts and culture as well as activities with that aim, and eventually to contribute to the benefit of society.


PARC – Japan Center, Pacific Basin Arts Communication
3-1-2-3F Ebisu-minami, Shibuya, Tokyo 150-0022


Sogetsu Hall(Minato City, Tokyo), SuperDeluxe(Minato City, Tokyo), Spiral Hall(Minato City, Tokyo), Theatre Image Forum(Shibuya City, Tokyo),