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More than 120 top contemporary dancers from 11 nations will take part in Dance Biennale Tokyo 2004, Nov. 15-28.

The performance schedule is as follows:

* Nov. 15 — “Show Case” (a group of dancers from Japan, South Korea and other countries); 7 p.m., Kodomo-no Shiro B1, Free Hall (tickets are 1,000 yen on the door).

* Nov. 18 — “Winter Voyage,” Emanuel Gat (Israel); “Silent Desert,” Zuzana Hajkova/ Studio Tanca Banska Bystrica (Slovakia); “Arawasano-ku,” Kaiji Moriyama (Japan); 7 p.m., Aoyama Theatre (Aoyama Gekijo).

* Nov. 20 — “Tensions,” Paul-Andre Fortier/Fortier Danse-Creation (Quebec, Canada); 7 p.m., Aoyama Round Theater (Aoyama Enkei Gekijo).

* Nov. 22 — “Without Concern,” Eun Jung Jang (South Korea); “People from the Moon,” Ho Bin Park (South Korea); Premiere of Japan-Korea Collaboration Project, Ae Soon Ahn (South Korea), Masumi Yanase (Japan) and So Jung Park (South Korea); 7 p.m., Aoyama Round Theatre.

* Nov. 24 — “Marine,” Myriam Gourfink (France); “Derivare,” Alessio Silvestrin (Italy); “2P,” Yumiko Hamatani/Crustacea (Japan); 7 p.m., Aoyama Round Theatre.

* Nov. 26 — “Korea Alphabet Harmony,” Sook Jae Lee/Milmul Dance Company (South Korea); “An Armchair Theory,” Mizu to Abura (Japan); 7 p.m., Aoyama Theatre (Aoyama Gekijo).

* Nov. 28 — “Piel (Skin),” Carmen Werner/Provisional Danza (Spain); “rissumriss (line/outline),” Christine Ciupke (Germany); 3 p.m., Aoyama Theatre. “Exposition corps,” Saskia Holbling/DANS.KIAS (Austria); “No, One, Just Your Friend,” Susanna Leinonen (Finland); 6 p.m., Spiral Hall.

Ticket prices for performances except for “Show Case” are 3,500 yen and 4,500 yen. Call (057) 002-9999 or visit eee.eplus.co.jp/

For more information, visit www.aoyama.org (English service available).

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