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Special One-Day Only Taiko Workshop

Wednesday, February 12th, 2014

Marco Lienhard TCP 2014

Special!!! WORKSHOP with guest artist Marco Lienhard
Leader of TAIKOZA in New York City and former member of the famed ONDEKOZA!
One Day ONLY 2-hour workshop on PRESIDENTS’ DAY Holiday

Monday, February 17, 2014   2:15 – 4:15 pm
Cost: $35
Washington Middle School
Register at: OR call: 737-7236

TCP Taiko classes MOVE to Washington!

Thursday, November 29th, 2012

Washington Middle School, that is.
The final 2 weeks of the current Fall Session will take place at Washington Middle School’s Chorale Room starting SUNDAY, December 2 2012.
1633 S King Street (corner of King & Punahou)
FREE parking in the King Street lot ONLY
Chorale Room is in the far South West corner of school (Makai Ewa corner)
Thank you to Washington Middle for their support!
Questions: email:

MAHALO NUI LOA to our friends and supporters at Niu Valley! We will miss you but thank you from the bottom of our hearts for your support and hospitality!


Thursday, November 22nd, 2012

Friday, December 7, 2012

Taiko Center of the Pacific and UHM Department of Theatre & Dance present a special Yosakoi workshop with visiting guest artist Hideko Mukae from Nagasaki, Japan. Yosakoi is a unique contemporary style of Japanese dance-highly energetic and utilizes traditional Japanese dance moves in a contemporary way.
Supported in part by Taiko Art Center.

See flyer on right.


TAIKO classes for Beginners starts Sunday Oct 28

Sunday, October 21st, 2012

Taiko Center of the Pacific Fall Session II Beginner Classes start
Sunday October 28th, 3-3:55 pm

FAMILY Taiko resumes on Tuesday October 30th  (6-6:55 pm)
A Great Bonding Experience for Parent & Child!

All classes held at Niu Valley Intermediate School
310 W. Halemaumau Street
For details, visit:

To Register: OR call: 808-737-7236

Breath / Beat CONCERT April 28

Monday, April 9th, 2012

Breath / Beat
A Concert of Traditional & Contemporary Japanese Music for
Shakuhachi, Vocals, and Taiko

Christopher Yohmei Blasdel (Tokyo), shakuhachi
Mika Kimula (Tokyo), vocals
Kenny Endo (Hawaii), taiko, percussion

Saturday, April 28, 2012 7:30 pm
Hawaii Opera Theatre Rehearsal Space
Tickets: $15 regular; $12 children/students/seniors (62+)
Reservations highly recommended. Seating limited.

Click on flyer at right to enlarge.

Kenny Endo performs with vocalist Madi Sato

Tuesday, April 3rd, 2012

Tuesday, April 10, 4:30 pm
Sylvan Theatre on the Washington Plaza Mall
Part of the National Cherry Blossom Festival
“Centennial Celebration” marking the 100th year anniversary of
Tokyo’s donation of 3000 cherry trees to Washington DC
Kenny’s performance made possible in part by
Tradex, A National Organization for Traditional Artists Exchange; and
The Japan Foundation New York Office

Taiko Center of the Pacific Spring Session II begins April 9!

Tuesday, April 3rd, 2012

Don’t forget to sign up at class or via email:

Taiko Center of the Pacific Spring Session II: April 9 – June 3 (7 weeks)
Youth ages 5-17 = $98
Adults ages 18- = $105
Family Taiko = $188 (1 child, 1 adult)
NOTE: NO classes on: April 19, 22, 30.

TAIKO CLASSES resume February 19th!

Tuesday, February 14th, 2012

Time to Get Back!
Taiko Classes resume on Sunday 2.19.2012.
Due to renovations at KCC, we will be offering classes at HOT, Hawaii Opera Theatre, 780 S Beretania Street, just Ewa of Ward Avenue.
For registration, email: OR OR
Call: 808-737-7236
For class schedule, visit:


Tuesday, February 14th, 2012

Kenny Endo and Miles Endo now touring with armed guard……
Concerts in San Salvador, Santa Ana, and Belize.
Hablas Espanol? Venga al concierto por favor!
Espero encontrarme con vosotros!
Para agenda de conciertos, visite:


Thursday, February 2nd, 2012

February 4 – Taiko Center of the Pacific will perform at
the Big Island’s Waimea Cherry Blossom Festival
12 noon at Parker Ranch
2 pm at Waimea Hongwanji
Supported by The Japan Foundation Los Angeles Office and Taiko Arts Center