Start the New Year off in RHYTHM!

Spring Sessions I and II now available for Registration!

Spring Session I – January 15-February 23 (Taiko Tots start January 22!!)
Spring Session II – February 26-April 16
(NO classes on: March 12 (Sun), 20 (Mon), 21 (Tu), 23 (Th);
April 9 (Sun)
Spring Session III – April 17-May 28 (Registration opens in March)

Class Schedule:
9:45-10:15 am Taiko Tots NEW SECTION
(Tots start 1.22.23)
10:30-11 am Taiko Tots FULL to CAPACITY
(Tots starts 1.22.23)
1-1:50 pm Adult Beginning I Taiko
1-1:50 pm Taiko for the Deaf Community
2-2:50 pm Youth Beginning I Taiko
3-3:50 pm Youth Beginning II Taiko
3-3:50 pm Teens Taiko
4-4:50 pm Youth Performing Ensemble Trainees *
5-5:50 pm Youth Performing Ensemble *

5:30-6:20 pm Adult Beginning II Taiko ONLINE
6:30-7:20 pm Drills for Skills ONLINE

6-6:50 pm Hana Hachijo
7-7:50 pm Adult Beginning II Taiko “Nice & Easy”
8-9:50 pm Adult Performing Ensemble

6-6:50 pm Adult Beginning II Taiko
7-7:50 pm Adult Intermediate Taiko
8-9:50 pm Adult Performing Ensemble

* Instructor approval required

TCP’s latest “wave” t-shirt honoring the eruption of Mauna Loa 2022


Jeff Peterson – Hawaiian Slack Key Guitar
Riley Lee – Shakuhachi
Kenny Endo – Taiko, Percussion

Thurs, Dec 15 7 pm Kahilu Theatre, Waimea, Big Island
Sun, Dec 18 2 pm Orvis Auditorium, Univ Hawaii, Honolulu

A trio of world-class musicians, each masters of their own instruments, come together to create a unique blend of music crossing culture and tradition. Award winning slack key guitarist Jeff Peterson, shakuhachi grand master Riley Lee, and master taiko artist Kenny Endo collaborate and create a sound distinctive to the islands. As Riley is based in Australia, the group only gets together twice/year. Don’t miss Island Breeze!

Island Breeze (In Person concert): https://www.outreach.hawaii.edu/events/island-breeze-in-person/

Taiko Jam 1997?

Taiko Community Alliance (TCA) presents “Between Two Palms – Talk-Story with Kenny and Chizuko Endo” on Friday, November 25th, 2 pm Hawaii Time.

A casual, interactive webinar looking back 25 years to the very first TaikoJam Concert at the inaugural 1997 NATC (North American Taiko Conference) in Los Angeles.  There will be clips from the concert and talk story about what it was like to be on-stage at TaikoJam ’97 as well as the state of the taiko community at the time. This event is open to all, but registration is required in order to receive the Zoom link. Click this link or use the button below to register.
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