Summer Taiko at Stanford

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Jul 201111 Jul 201115
9:00a.m. - 2:30p.m.

Braun Music Center
541 Lasuen Mall

Stanford, California, 94305-3076
United States

FOR: 9 to 14 year-olds who are beginners or who can play with "Beginner's Mind"

WHEN: 9am to 2:30pm, Monday July 11 - Friday July 15

WHERE: Braun Music Center , Stanford University

COST: $375; includes instruction by members of San Jose Taiko and Stanford Taiko, bachi (drumsticks), mid-morning snacks, and camp t-shirt.

Space is limited. Early registration is highly recommended!

A $50 deposit + registration information must be received in order to reserve your child's spot.

REGISTRATION & INFORMATION: Download the registration form  here .  For more information, send an email to , or call (408) 293-9344. 

Tuition subsidies are available to qualified families and will be distributed on a first-come-first-served basis.  For more information, contact us at .
About the Camp...
The goal of the camp is to introduce beginners to North American taiko, a dynamic and relatively new Asian American art form with roots in Japan. The philosophy of the camp is to provide an environment for participants which creates a sense of community and a positive attitude towards diversity and creativity.

Instructors for the camp are selected from performing members of San Jose Taiko and Stanford Taiko . San Jose Taiko members bring with them professional performing experience and a 26-year history of training South Bay youth through their Junior Taiko program . Members of Stanford Taiko bring considerable dedication to the art form and boundless energy and ideas for sharing taiko with others.



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San_Jose_Taiko . Atualizado em Mar 22, 2011 3:52 p.m.

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