North American Taiko Conference 2011

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Aug 201118 Aug 201121

Stanford University
450 Serra Mall
Stanford, California, 94305
United States


Taiko Players! Join the taiko community for three days of learning, sharing, and drumming fun at the 2011 North American Taiko Conference, presented by the JACCC and the Northern California Taiko Network.

The North American Taiko Conference is the largest gathering of taiko practitioners in the world! August 18-21, more than 500 participants will converge on Stanford University for three days of workshops, discussion sessions, and taiko performances.

This year's conference offers 48 workshops on a wide range of topics for players of all skill levels and interests. Attendees have access to the Taiko Marketplace, with drums and equipment from professional taiko makers. Two public performances, Taiko Ten and Taiko Jam, feature exciting music from across the taiko spectrum.

Visit www.taikoconference.org for the complete schedule and toregister.

For more information, contact Janet Hiroshima atjhiroshima@jaccc.org or call (213) 628-2725 ext.128.

Stanford University
450 Serra Mall, Stanford 94305

 

mkochiyama . Last modified Jun 22 2011 2:08 p.m.


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