Presented by Izumo Taishakyo Mission, East-West Center Arts Program and Taiko Center of the Pacific. Supported in part by the Japan Foundation Los Angeles Office and Taiko Arts Center.
An Evening of Edo Sato Kagura – Shrine Music & Dance of Old Tokyo
Visiting artist Kyosuke Suzuki is from the Wakayama Shachu of Tokyo, a group recognized as an intangible cultural property by the Japan Ministry of Culture. He is acknowledged by many around the world as the top lion dancer of the Edo tradition.
He will be performing his art for one night only at Izumo Taishakyo Mission in downtown Honolulu on Saturday, September 2 at 6pm.
Saturday, September 2, 2017
6pm (doors open at 5:30)
Izumo Taishakyo Mission
215 N. Kukui St. Honolulu, HI 96817
This event is free, but reservations are required! Limited capacity, so reserve quickly!
Taiko Arts Center (TAC) is a 501c3 non-profit organization that promotes the art of taiko through education, preservation, innovation, and collaboration. TAC depends on donations, grants, and fundraising to support and present its programs such as the Edo Sato Kagura project. Donations of ANY amount are always welcome and are tax-deductible to the full extent of the law. Donate through the brownpapertickets link above or here. Thank you for your consideration. It is greatly appreciated!
August 19th at 7pm!
Taiko Center of the Pacific presents “Island Breeze,” a trio of world class musicians – each a master of his own instrument featuring Grammy award winning Jeff Peterson (Hawaiian slack key guitar), shakuhachi master Riley Lee, and taiko artist Kenny Endo. This group was nominated for the Na Hoku Hanohano awards for Album of the Year and for Instrumental Song of the Year (“Na Pali “) in 2015.
Please join us for a wonderful evening of great music hosted by the historic Shingon Shu Hawaii Temple in Honolulu!
Saturday, August 19th – 7pm
Shingon Shu Hawaii Temple
915 Sheridan Street
Honolulu, HI 96814
Purchase Advance Online Tickets here:
All at-the-door tickets $23. Limited availability.
Box Office opens 6pm. Doors open 6:30pm.
Saturday, July 1, 2017 4:30 pm
Mid Pacific Institute’s Bakken Hall
Kelcie & Chance
TCP performs at the 2017 Honolulu Memorial Day Parade in Waikiki.
For schedule of classes, visit: https://taikoarts.com/classes/schedule/
NOTE: Two new Classes added on Mondays!
4:30-5:25 pm: “Teens Taiko”
5:30-6:25 pm: “Taiko for the Hearing Impaired”
Kenny and Chizuko Endo are to be honored by the Japanese Cultural Center of Hawaii with the “Sharing the Spirit of Aloha” award on June 17, 2017 at the JCCH’s Annual Gala at the Hilton Hawaiian Village! Please support the Endos and join in the celebration of their many years of helping to promote, perpetuate, and popularize the art of taiko!
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