Edo Bayashi ("festival music of Tokyo") is a suite of 5 pieces - Yatai, Shoden, Kamakura, Shichome, Yatai - that is heard during festivals especially relating to the Shinto Shrine. The music is wonderfully complex and sophisticated both rhythmically and melodically. World-renowned U.S. taiko artist Kenny Endo has termed Edo Bayashi and Edo Kotobuki Jishi ("lion dance of Tokyo") the jazz music of traditional Japan.

                                   SUZUKI KYOSUKE                                  EDO BAYASHI MASTER CLASSES

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Tues, Aug 22@6-10 pm & Wed, Aug 23@6-10 pm

MacPhail Center for Music 501 S. Second St. Minneapolis

Participant or observer: $50/one evening only $80/both evenings

Contact Iris to register

 

Please be advised that these are not introductory classes. Participants (vs observers) should be able to play through all 5 pieces on at least one part (shime, odaiko, kane, fue) and are highly encouraged to have a working knowledge of all parts.

ensemble-MA gratefully acknowledges the following for their support!

Jennifer Cho

Mikki Connor

Andy Eng

TaikoArts Midwest Edo Bayashi Practice Groups