Taikoza Tickets for 9/26,27

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for the Taikoza's New York concert  

9/26 at 8pm and 9/27 at 3PM atManhattan Movement And Arts Center

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Upcoming Events

  • Sep 16 coastal carolina university Conway, SC
  • Sep 26 manhattan Movement Arts Center NYC,
  • Sep 27 Manhattan movement Art Center New York, NY
  • Oct 4 The Free Library of Philadelphia Philadelphia, PA
  • Jan 30 The Lincoln Center Fort Collins, CO

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太鼓座 ー TAIKOZA- The unique International Taiko drums, Bamboo Flutes and Dance Ensemble that will blow you away with their performance. Soulful Shakuhachi music by a world Master accompanied by the powerful and ancestral Taiko drums of Taikoza. 

We have a brand new cd that came out this summer- a wonderful album of classical music played on the Shakuhachi and  the piano. 

The album is called Reverie (day dreaming) and you can find it on cdbaby.com or iTunes- great gifts for friends or for yourself.


For a mind blowing experience of taiko drumming -Don't miss the opportunity to see Taikoza live or make them part of your event. 

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Concerts  in New York 

September 26 @8pm and ,27 @3PM at Manhattan Movement Art Center, UWS NYC, NY

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Manhattan Movement & Arts Center
248 West 60th St.
New York, New York 10023
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 These performances are made possible in part by funds from the Japan Foundation, East Winds, Inc. and in part with public funds from the New York City Department of Cultural Affairs and in part by public funds from the  Lower  Manhattan Cultural council



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Experience the thunderous rhythms of the ancestral Japanese Taiko drums and the magical sounds of the bamboo flutes. Hear and feel the ancestral Taiko drums give thunderous voice to traditional and new compositions.Roughly translated, Taiko means big drums-and that’s exactly what Taikoza brings. Big Drums, powerful rhythms, and electrifying, room-thumping energy. This exciting group draws from Japan’s rich tradition of music and performance to create a highly visual performance. With colorful traditional costumes and dynamic motion, Taikoza’s shows are immensely popular with audiences of all ages. Drawing from Japan's rich tradition of music and performance, Taikoza has created a new sound using a variety of traditional instruments. In addition to drums of assorted sizes, Taikoza incorporates the shakuhachi and the fue (both bamboo flutes) and colorful dances. Led by Internationally known Shakuhachi and Taiko Master Marco Lienhard.

The group has toured internationally and has appeared on ESPN, NBC, History Channel, Swiss TV, Russian National TV and many other programs around the world. Taikoza’s music is featured on Nintendo’s wii game: Red Steel 1 and 2. 

Check our video page . Here isa sample from a show at the Japan Society

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Also available for educational school programs - one of the best Assemblies you will experience in decades. Available for your events anywhere in the world.

Come and discover more about this amazing group and their magical music.

We have  Children and Adult classes Wednesdays and Saturdays in New York city and workshops  midtown in The Music Building 4th floor at  584 Eigth Avenue, studio 404 Midtown,NYC.


For more info click on BIO link      Check our  CDsand concert

For bookings anywhere in the world contact us at taikoza@gmail.com

DONATE  To East winds, Inc. to help finance our new programs and concerts and with your contributions you can help fund  free concerts in the Parks and  help us bring free or affordable  School Educational programs

 to the New York metropolitan area students - schools that cannot afford music programs!!!!

Make a difference and help us to bring Taiko and Japanese music to the students!!!!

We thank you in advance for your generous gift.