Prayer to Nataraja
Solo Performance at Sarnath Hall in Shizuoka, Japan.
Step by step. instruction for Jai Jai Ma in Ramayana production.
Abhinaya, Prayer for Peace. Mangalam.
Prayer to Rama. Tillana, Finale of Solo Performance at Honolulu Academy of Art sponsored by South Asian Studies, University of Hawaii.
Izumi is featured performing solo bharatanatyam on 2006 San Francisco Ethnic Dance Festival.
" I perform bharatanatyam as the art of dedication and devotion, not entertainment.
"Seeing her dance is like watching a jewel in motion." ,
Eagan, Carol. "Diversity, Mastery Carry Show." The Honolulu Advertiser, 7 Nov. 2003
"Izumi Sato's interest in understanding the greatness of Lord Rama with respect to the Indian culture was seen reflected in her dance oriented completely in praise."
Subbudu."Celebrating 30 Years." The Statesman, 23 Jul. 2004.
Khare Pant, Archana. "Bridging The Gap Between Japan & India."
Hindustan Times, 29 Apr. 2002.
THEIR FEAT: Japanese dancers, Izumi Sato and Masako Sato, perform at Siri Fort Auditroium, New Delhi, India. Hindustan Times, South Delhi Live, May 1, 2002.
"Perfection in every aspect of the idiom and the complete ease with which Izumi was able to delineate the items. Her rhythm was flawless."
Subbudu. "Goodbye Kabuki, Hello Bharata Natyam."The Statesman, 9 Mar. 2001
"It is highest degree of aesthetic and stylistic charm which she is able to impart to her dance movements. The precision of her arms, shoulder and neck movements (...) Her effortless turn-around and sharp footwork were accompanied by an effervescent feeling of artistic exuberance."
Mudgal, N.K. "A Rare Feat of Cultural Adaptation."The Hindustan Times,New Delhi, 14 Mar. 2001