Taiko Weekend Intensive: Shime and Percussion Boot Camp

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2011年6月18 2011年6月20

San Jose Taiko Studio
150 S. Montgomery Street
San Jose, California, 95110
United States

Taiko Weekend Intensive: Shime & Percussion Boot Camp
Taiko Weekend Intensive (TWI) is a three-day workshop led by members of the SJT Artistic Staff designed to enhance a taiko player's abilities as a performer and member of the taiko community. This TWI will focus on shime, hyotan (shekere), and chappa technique.

- challenging shime drills to improve your technique and speed
- basic hyotan and chappa technique
- care and maintenance of your shime and percussion
- shime tying basics

When: June 18 - 20, 2011*
Saturday morning to Monday afternoon

Fee: $350
Includes instruction, ground transportation between the Holiday Inn and SJT studio, and most meals.

San Jose Taiko Studio

Bachi, a water bottle, notebook, an open mind, and an enthusiastic heart. Participants are encouraged to provide their own hyotan and chappa.

Applicants must have at least two years of taiko-playing experience. Preference will be given to applicants who are currently performing members of existing taiko groups.

Application Deadline:
Fill out the online application by May 20th, 2011

* You must be present at all activities in order to participate in the weekend. Please do not apply if you think you will miss any portion of this weekend, including arriving late or leaving early for any activity.

Here's what past participants have said about TWI (Taiko Weekend Intensive):
"I believe you have found an effective formula for sharing not only the SJT philosophy and drumming style with others in the taiko family, but sharing the true spirit of the drums by your
example and your love for the art form". - Bill W.

"Serious taiko in joyful company." - Tiffany R.

"The workshop was the best three days of Taiko I have ever experienced." - Scott M.

Please contact taiko@taiko.org with any further questions.





San_Jose_Taiko . 更新日 2011年4月29日



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