2008 KASA tour -- Northwest

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Kodo's spectacular sister company--principal dancer Chieko Kojima, breathtaking singer Yoko Fujimoto, and Okinawan dance master Mitsue Kinjo--will team up with last year's Earth Celebration artistic director Kaoru Watanabe in workshops and concerts featuring traditional folk songs and dances, taiko and more. Hanayui will be in Seattle, Los Angeles, Alameda/San Jose, and Portland. Check out the following web sites for concert information as they become available:

March 2, 4:00 pm: Broadway Performance Hall, Seattle, WA
email: sktaiko1@mac.com

March 4: 7:30 pm: Pacific University, Forest Grove, OR
www.pacificu.edu/calendar/detail.cfm?CALENDAR_ID=3588

March 14, 8:00 pm, March 15, 2:00 & 8:00: guest of Portland Taiko's spring concert,
“From the Village,” Winningstad Theatre, Portland, OR
www.portlandtaiko.org/home-season/index.html

KASA (Kodo Arts Sphere America) is a United States public-benefit nonprofit corporation established to encourage, enable and support programs and opportunities for North Americans to study and understand the traditional and contemporary Japanese music of the taiko and its related performing arts.
www.kodoarts.org

 

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