Sat, 15 May | Subiaco

SAT Taiko ESSENTIALS Workshop

Get your Taiko going! and learn Japanese Festival Drumming in this 4hr session
Registration is Closed
SAT Taiko ESSENTIALS Workshop

Time & Location

15 May, 9:00 pm – 16 May, 1:00 am
Subiaco, 90 Roberts Rd, Subiaco WA 6008, Australia

About the Event

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Your Introduction to the energetic and energising style of Japanese Festival Drumming..

Rhythm | Form | Spirit

Full body percussion workshop for taiko beginners, first-time drummers and returning students. Over 4 hours we will explore basic rhythms, shouts, body movements and weave them together with group coordination amd improvisation.

No experience necessary - suits all levels of fitness and great for all ages.

Adult morning pass 1p $45 full workshop pass Student_Conces 1p $35 Parent + Child 2pl $70 bring your son or daughter Parent + 2 Child'n 3pl $90 bring 2 kids 9 y.o. ~ 18 y.o Adults Pair 2pl $80 Bring a friend for more fun Concession + 1 2pl $65 Invite your friend along to share the joy ( and pain ) for students or concession card holders

Taiko originates from the festival culture of Japan, which is as varied and diverse as the drum are loud. Over the last 60 years, many groups have taken the colour and movement of Taiko from these local Japanese Matsuri festivals and brought them together on stage and introduced taiko to audiences around the globe. Taiko is easily recognised for its stylised martial arts-like movements, simple powerful rhythms, and synchronised actions.

Taiko On sensei, Simon Vanyai, originally studied Taiko in the mountains of Nagano-ken over 18 years ago and has since passed on his passion for Taiko to thousands of Australians.

The name Taiko On!! is not only a team cry to beat the drum with all one’s energy and spirit, the Japanese characters also represent the meaning "Sound of the Drum “ Their ensemble of drummers have been drawn to the resonance of the drum from a wide variety of backgrounds, to train, laugh and show their love of the Japanese Taiko to the people of Perth

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