This Friday, November 13, 2015, we’ll be giving a lecture/demonstration at Carnegie Mellon University for the CMU Japanese Student Association! The event will be at 6 PM in McConomy Auditorium in the CMU University Center.
We’ve reached our participation limit for Saturday’s Beginners Workshop, so we’re closing down registration. Thanks to everyone who registered – we’ll be e-mailing you soon with more information.
If you or someone you know wasn’t able to register in time, but are interested in learning more about playing taiko, please contact us! We’ll be having beginners sessions starting in October. They’ll be more focused than this beginners session, which will be a broad introduction, but are definitely an alternative if you’re not able to make it!
We’re happy to announce the date of our next Beginners Workshop! The FREE workshop will be held on Saturday, September 19, beginning at 3 PM, at the Winchester Thurston Lower School in Shadyside (555 Morewood Ave, Pittsburgh, PA 15213).
You can find more about the workshop at the Beginners Workshop page – you’ll soon be able to register there as well! (we’re still working out a few final details re. registration – more info soon!).
We’ll be performing this upcoming Sunday, December 7, and 12:15 PM, as part of the University of Pittsburgh’s Nationality Rooms Holiday Open House! It’s a great event, with lots of tables representing the various Nationality Rooms and many different performances. We’ve participated in this event in the past, and are happy to be doing so again!
Thanks to everyone who came to see us this weekend at the Winchester Thurston Applefest or the Carnegie Library World Kaleidoscope (or both!)! It was great to see you all, and we hope you enjoyed yourselves.
Next on our agenda is the Beginners Workshop this upcoming Saturday. f you haven’t registered already, please do so by visiting the Workshop page.
We will be participating the Carnegie Library of Pittsburgh’s World Kaleidoscope series on Sunday, September 28 at 2 PM, where we’ll be giving a free performance in the Quiet Reading Room on the first floor of the Main Library.