Life is what happens to you while you're busy making other plans - John Lennon
A live performance not to be missed
Not many things in life can make you feel alive, inspire you with its energy and fuel you with hope that you can achieve anything in this world. When I first watched Siro-A performed on America's Got Talent (Season 10, 2015), I was mesmerised and became an instantaneous fan. They blew it out of the park and each round of performance continued to amaze me beyond my wildest imagination. Today, I finally had the opportunity to watch them perform in person, and it was honestly, hand on heart, one of the best live performances I have ever witnessed.
Siro-A attained international fame in 2015 when they first appeared on America's Got Talent. Breaking through the boundaries of conventional theatre and performance art, Siro-A is an out-of-this-world revolutionist dance group, combining energetic dance moves with ground-breaking visual effects alongside a pulsating techno soundtrack and brilliantly creative choreography.
It's always important to understand where great ideas came from. Siro-A was formed in 2002 (over a decade of solid hard work prior to international fame) by six classmates from Sendai, Japan. Siro means "white" or "colourless" in Japanese, which means "belonging to no group, or impossible to define as anybody". With dreams of performing all over the world since they were teenagers, Siro-A has now travelled all around the world and performed in major cities, such as London, Tokyo, Edinburgh, Shanghai, and most recently Sydney.
As a passionate supporter, I am actually incredibly proud of their achievements even though they did not win America's Got Talent in 2015. I truly believe that when you have something great to show the world, you will eventually achieve what you set out to achieve no matter how long it takes. Therefore, I sincerely hope that through my writing, I will be able to share this gem of world-class performance with my readers.
Siro-A is currently performing at The Concourse in Chatswood until 29th January. You can find more information and book tickets here. The performance run time is about an hour and includes some interaction with guests. It's suitable for all ages and you are guaranteed a feast for your eyes and an amazing time. Please feel free to leave a comment if you have any questions at all!