UCLA Yukai Daiko

UCLA Yukai Daiko

Los Angeles, California, United States

Founded September 2004

Basic Information

    university
    sensei
    social

Background Information

Group's Mission and Motivation

UCLA Yukai Daiko was formed in the hope of spreading the joy of taiko to the UCLA community. Its members are all current or past students of UCLA and they strive to spread the love of taiko both to the campus and the surrounding Los Angeles community. Yukai in Japanese, means cheerful and so the group encourages its members to live up to that name and to become a family on campus.

List of Current Members

Courtney Deguchi, Camille Shek, Rie Onedera, Danny Chong, Jackie Mamaril, Janelle Gaw, Jennifer Chow, Jennifer Muise, Jana Yokoyama, Mark Nguyen, Ryan Ishikawa, Mike Morita, Raphael Ilagan, Sandy Chang, Xueman Liu

Performances, Recordings, Publications

Performances
List a selection of your regular performance venues (for example, Denver Sakura Matsuri, Seabrook obon, business conventions, Manzanar Pilgrimage, Maui Marathon, etc.)

Intercollegate Taiko Invitational, Spring Concert at UCLA

Instructors, Teachers & Mentors
List the instructors, teachers and mentors who have worked with the ensemble.

Yuta Kato, Michelle Fujii
Byron Yamada, Julia Kato

Taiko Collaborators
List a selection of taiko players or groups that have collaborated with the ensemble.

TAIKOPROJECT, Bombu Taiko, Stanford Taiko, UCLA Kyodo Taiko

Signature Works
Please include title, composer, date of composition, special reason(s) for composition, and what the work represents to the group.

Yukaina
Composed by Yuta Kato and Michelle Fujii



Contacto

Jana Yokoyama
http://www.yukaidaiko.com/

Images

No images

Video

No videos

Audio

No audio

Eventos

No events

Reciba novedades

Regístrese para recibir actualizaciones por email

Journal feed
Events feed
Comments feed

Colaborar con el proyecto

Descubra a los Nikkei

Discover Nikkei es un espacio para conectarse con otros y compartir experiencias nikkei. Para que siga creciendo este proyecto necesitamos tu ayuda!

Manera de colaborar >>

Proyecto Japanese American National Museum


Principal patrocinador The Nippon Foundation