Yuriko Miyake was born in Hiroshima, Japan. She started dancing at the age of nine, studying jazz, modern, contemporary, Hip-Hop and ballet. By the age of 14, she began classical vocal training and included musical performances to broaden her horizons and develop her artistic capacity. Yuriko performed with Professional Dance Center in Tokyo as an ensemble member at a national festival in Japan. She came to the United States to pursue her career in 2003. Ms. Miyake performed and toured with the Ensemble in Virginia, Maryland, New York City, and Toronto, Canada, as well as in Taipei and Kaohsiung, Taiwan. She completed a Bachelor of Fine Arts candidate in Dance at Shenandoah Conservatory in Winchester, VA. Her own choreography adjudicated and selected by the dance faculty for performances in Shenandoah University. Yuriko moved to New York City and continued to work with Doug Elkins. In 2010, she directed, produced, choreographed, and performed her one man show, “The Puppet Train ,” in NYC. She was also invited to perform “ The Puppet Train ” in Japan. Yuriko was again invited to perform “ The Puppet Train ” in Japan. She made her debut in a major movie in Japan. original cast in the world first stage adaptation of Hayao Miyazaki's movie “Princess MONONOKE” by Whole Hog Theater in London and Tokyo. She also narrates for commercials and films. Yuriko has started to appear in feature films and short films. in an sci-fi action film, "ONIKA" directed by Corey Brammah. Also, Yuriko played a lead in "Ordinary Days" directed by Takashi Horie. As a performer, she enjoys sharing her love of the performing arts in any art form.
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To learn more about Yuiko, please visit www.miracleyurikomiyake.com/