CONGRATULATIONS to our Graduates!

SUMMER SESSION I ONLINE CLASSES Continue…

Although conditions are improving in Honolulu, we are still unable to return to our classroom space…

Summer Session I will continue online. Thank you all for your kokua, support, and patience.

REGISTER at: https://taiko-center-of-the-pacific-387153.square.site

NOW AVAILABLE on “Video on Demand”

How to view the concert post livestream:

1. Visit: http://www.hawaiitheatre.com
2. Click on the 雨 AME, Tears of the Earth flyer
3. Follow the prompts for “Video on Demand”

OR

Go to:
https://hawaiitheatre.secure.force.com/ticket/#/instances/a0F1J00002133hUUAQ

You may view the concert numerous times but REGISTRATION is required each time.

One viewing link is good for one device and one viewing only. No need to pay additional fees.

Thank you for joining us!

MAY 22, 2021 – 雨 Ame, Tears of the Earth

It’s been over a year since we had in-person classes…. We hope everyone is faring well in light of all that has been going on in the world. We look forward to the day when we can play taiko with you all again.

Saturday, May 22, 2021 – 6:30 pm (Hawaii time)
LIVE STREAM VIRTUAL CONCERT
Straight outta the historic HAWAII THEATRE!!!

(日本時間:5月23日(日)13:30午後)

Kenny Endo and Taiko Center of the Pacific
Taiko Center of the Pacific Youth Group
and Special Guests: 

Peter Rockford Espiritu & Tau Dance Theater (hula & contemporary dance)
Todd Yukumoto (saxophone, flute)
Abe Lagrimas, Jr. (ukulele, vibes, drumset)
Sun Hui (erhu)

予約制 Register to view: http://www.bit.ly/AmeTearsoftheEarth

Tickets: Donation based (pay what you can)
After completing your donation, please visit www.bit.ly/AmeTearsoftheEarth to register and reserve your complimentary ticket.

Tickets for Hawaii Theatre VIRTUAL EVENTS are emailed directly to you and contain a LINK to view the content.
The link is only valid on one device.

Concert may be viewed May 22-June 6.
コンサートの視聴は、日本時間の5月23日(日)から6月6日(日)まで可能です。

A portion of proceeds will be donated to organizations fighting racism and/or protecting Mother Earth


Concert supported by the following organizations:


Media Coverage:
JTB Hawaii: https://www.jtb-hawaii.com/ja/archives/4554 (Japanese)
JTB Hawaii: https://www.jtb-hawaii.com/en/archives/4669 (English)
Hawaii ni Sumu Magazine: https://www.hawaiinisumu.com/article/2031

March 11th…..

Its been 10 years since the devastating earthquake and tsunami hit the Tohoku district of Japan in 2011. It was the most powerful earthquake ever in Japan and the 4th most powerful in the world since recorded history. Nearly 16,000 deaths, 6000 injured, and still over 2500 missing. Sending thoughts and prayers…