Saturday, 1:00pm ‒ 1:30pm, Street Stage

Drawing on both contemporary and traditional repertoire, Sansho Daiko brings a fresh approach to an ancient art form, creating a visual and aural experience that crosses ethnic and cultural boundaries. Group members bring with them years of experience gained in other taiko groups and share a love of experimentation and exploration. Like the plant it was named after, Sansho Daiko seeks to be a spicy addition to the west coast taiko scene!

土曜、午後1時〜1時半、ストリート・ステージ

山椒太鼓は2010年に結成。古代芸術様式に新たなアプローチを しています。現代的かつ伝統的な曲目を演奏し、民族的で文化的 な境界線をも超えた視覚と聴覚の体験を創造しています。山椒太 鼓の全メンバーは、他の太鼓グループで得た経験を生かし、実験 的な演奏や探究に対する情熱を分かち合います。グループのホー ムページは、sanshodaiko.caをご覧ください。

Website: http://sanshodaiko.ca
Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/sanshodaiko

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