Rockettes Pick for Dancer of the Week: AGT’s Siro-A Dance Group

Who: Siro-A

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Why we chose them: Dance artistry at its finest! Siro-A, a seven member Japanese visual dance group, was the opening act on NBC’s America’s Got Talent live show on Tuesday, August 11 at Radio City Music Hall. And boy, did they kick off the show with a bang!

From their video projection and astonishing visual effects to their eclectic dance moves, Siro-A’s performance is the ultimate expression of art—infusing mime, puppetry and pulsating electro beats to create a mind-blowing theatrical experience that pleases your senses. Often referred to as “Japan’s answer to the Blue Man Group,” the group was formed in 2002 and is always bringing something new to the table.

“Every time they come out, you don’t know what to expect, every time its original,” said AGT judge Howard Stern.

Fun fact: Their name, Siro-A (SIRO=white, colorless in Japan), means “belong to no group, impossible to define as anybody.”

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