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Eitetsu Hayashi Japanese Taiko Drum Concert

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Canadian Museum of History

100 Laurier Street

Gatineau, PQ

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Interested in the dynamic movements and powerful rhythms of Japanese Taiko drumming? In celebration of the 90th anniversary of Japan-Canada diplomatic relations, acclaimed Japanese Taiko master Eitetsu Hayashi will be performing in the National Capital Region this summer. Mr. Hayashi was a founding member and top player for prominent Taiko groups "Sado-Ondekoza" and "Kodo" before he began a solo career that has taken him around the world. Come and join us for an energetic and heart-pounding live Taiko performance!

ABOUT EITETSU HAYASHI

Eitestu Hayashi is Japan’s premier solo Taiko drummer. Born in Hiroshima, he started his Taiko career as a founding member and premier performer of the world-renowned groups “Sado Ondekoza” and “Kodo”. After leading these companies for eleven years, he began a solo career in 1982. In 1984, Hayashi made his Carnegie Hall debut with the American Symphony Orchestra. Since then, his career has frequently taken him around the world, across five continents. He has appeared with top orchestras including the Berlin Philharmonic and the Boston Symphony. Hayashi received Japan’s prestigious 47th Education Minister’s Art Encouragement Prize in 1997, and the 8th Award for Promotion of Traditional Japanese Culture from the Japan Arts Foundation in 2001.

ABOUT EITETSU FU-UN no KAI

This group is made up of top young Taiko drummers whose performances resonate with Eitetsu Hayashi’s music. Since the group was founded in 1995, its overwhelming power and live performances have elicited a strong response around the world. They have participated in Hayashi’s acoustic as well as ensemble tours. In addition, the members each pursue their own careers as a unit or as soloists.

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Please contact the Japanese Embassy at infocul@ot.mofa.go.jp with any questions.

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The Japanese Embassy in partnership with the Japan Foundation, Canadian Museum of History, Oto-Wa Taiko, and the Ottawa Japanese Community Association.


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