Join Kishin Daiko this weekend as we play under towering oak trees in Descanso Gardens! There are performances at 11:30am and 1:30pm both Saturday and Sunday, November 8th and November 9th, 2014. More information regarding the festival and the gardens can be found here.
Are you interested in learning taiko? Then join us this coming Monday, October 6th, as we begin another 8 week beginner taiko class. No experience necessary as we will be teaching everything from the ground up. By the end of the course, you will have the basics as well as learned Kishin’s signature song! The total lesson fee is $100, and includes the full 8 classes as well as your own pair of bachi (drum sticks). The class is from 6pm-7pm every monday, excluding holidays on Nov 17 and 24. Ages 10+ only please, but definitely no age cap! Hope to see you there!!!
Nisei Week is fast approaching, which means you’ll find us performing at the 2014 Nisei Week Japanese Festival on Saturday, August 9th! Come out to enjoy entertainment, food and Taiko Gathering at the JACCC Plaza in Little Tokyo, Los Angeles. We’re due to take the stage around 1pm, so arrive early in case they’re running ahead of schedule (and so you can get a seat in the shade!).
West Covina’s 2014 Obon is this Saturday, June 28th at the East San Gabriel Valley Japanese Community Center! Please join us at this wonderful Japanese festival, featuring food, games, entertainment and, of course, Kishin Daiko (taking the stage around 5:30pm). Admission is free, but plan on getting there early to find a parking spot.
Taiko Gathering is this Sunday, August 18th, in the JACCC Plaza in downtown Los Angeles! Admission is free, and people are able to come and go as they please; over a dozen different groups from Los Angeles and Southern California are playing, so check the schedule to find out when your favorite groups are playing.
Kishin Daiko is taking the stage around 1:55pm, so arrive early to find parking, get something to eat and stake out some chairs in the shade. We hope to see you all there!
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