The director of the Conservatory, Fabien Dinard, opened Monday afternoon the thirteenth international workshop devoted to learning 'Ori Tahiti Polynesian and traditional arts.
This course will take place during a week in the great Te Fare Upa Rau dance hall and begin every morning at 8am. Dancing, ukulele, percussion and braiding are enrolled in the program 40 practitioners of the vast majority comes from Japan.
The last day of Friday will be devoted to the passage in front of a professional jury will evaluate the level of trainees. Since the beginning of international internships, in 2009, the C.A.P.F. welcomed about 300 practitioners who take advantage of their short stay in Tahiti to attend the Hura Tapairu or international competition of Solo.