Taiko Masala returns to the Widow Jane Mine on Sunday, July 14, 2019 at 3pm.
Taiko Masala performed a combination of dance, martial arts, and extremely percussive music on huge, hand made drums and other traditional Japanese instruments in the awesome and literally cool Widow Jane Mine!
From their website:
Taiko Masala has thrilled audiences throughout the US with performances of Japan’s traditional drumming – Taiko.
Founded by Master drummer Hiro Kurashima, Taiko Masala performs at concerts, festivals, museums and schools, in addition to its active teaching schedule.
By combining the training and discipline of Japanese martial arts with the precision and power of complex drumming, Taiko Masala brings visually stunning and breathless excitement to their performances.
Their arsenal of instruments, all hand made by the ensemble, range from small eight-inch hand-held drums, to five foot barrel drums, and features the giant 250 pound O-daiko. Japanese instruments including Shakuhachi, Fue, Koto, and dancing add richness and color to their programs.
(photos by Stefan Lisowski)
Visit their website: https://taikomasala.com/home/