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Kenny Endo 35th Anniversary Celebration continues!

Sunday, July 4th, 2010

Support the Kenny Endo 35th Anniversary Celebration with your donation to Taiko Arts Center! Donations will help support school and community outreach programs, Fall 2010 “Gateway – ‘Ma’ vs. Groove” concert tour with artists from Japan and the US including Kenny Endo (taiko), Hitoshi Hamada (vibraphones), Tadayoshi Yasuda (nagauta shamisen), Kaoru Watanabe (bamboo flutes), Shoko Hikage (koto), and more! Your tax-deductible donations are being accepted now at Taiko Arts Center, a 501c3 non-profit organization. VIsit:

Fall tour dates include:
October 27 – Honolulu, HI
October 30 – Sewanee, TN
November 1 – Nashville, TN (cancelled)
November 2 – Oberlin, OH (pending)
November 3-4 – Kalamazoo, MI
November 5 – Bowling Green, OH (cancelled)
November 6 – Pittsburgh, PA
November 8 – Westminster, MD
November 10 – Fredericksburg, VA
November 13-14 – Stonybrook, NY
November 19 – U Penn, PA
November 20 – Skirball, NYU, NY

Also, catch Kenny at Town Hall in Seattle on Friday, October 8 with Kaoru Watanabe (bamboo flutes, taiko) and Ringtaro Tateishi (taiko)

July 17 and 18 Taiko Center of the Pacific-Youth Group (TCP-YG) performs at Pacific Rim Children’s Choral Festival – Voices on the Wind

Sunday, July 4th, 2010

TCP-YG performs at the 10th Annual Pacific Rim Children’s Choral Festival, along with 300+ young voices from around the country.
Also performing will be ukulele virtuoso Jake Shimabukuro! and Halau Hula Olana! Enjoy an uplifting concert celebrating our keiki!
Visit link for a $5 discount off Sunday, July 18th Blaisdell Concert Hall tickets:

July 4th and 5th

Sunday, July 4th, 2010

Taiko Center of the Pacific takes the day off on Sunday, July 4th! There will be NO classes and NO Open Practice today.
BUT we are BACK to drumming on Monday July 5th. Monday night Adult Intermediate will meet as usual on July 5th! See you then.
And Happy 4th!