True Colors DANCE

Kenta Kambara (Japan) – The Concert 2022

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Kenta Kambara

Kenta Kambara is a system engineer who performs gravity defying dance moves on a wheelchair and in the air.

He’s an aerial performer, wheelchair dancer, street performer, parasportsman, swimmer, dance teacher, systems engineer, husband and dad. When this lean, mean gravity-defying machine isn’t performing on stage, he’s advocating to students about the importance of breaking down barriers that afflict people living with disabilities.

“I want people to understand by seeing me dance that it’s precisely because my body is different that it is interesting. Then that will become a trigger to accept other people’s differences,” said Kambara. (Source)


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