Taikokoro Inc presents
Katsugi Okedo allows for the expression of a variety of free styles. However, it’s very important to grasp the basics first, in order to broaden your expression.
What are the Okedo BASICS?
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Run over two sessions this workshop will cover:
Taiko Experience: All levels
Physical Intensity: Light to moderate
Note: There is no taiko playing required during the workshop
Per session, per person
Taikokoro Member A$15
(Ichiban, Niban, Rinjin & Gakkusei)
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*Please note that the workshop will be recorded and photographed and parts may be used in our socials for promotion purposes. If you do not want to be seen, please let us know and we will edit your face out of the recorded footage.
Originally from Aichi Prefecture, Japan, Eri Uchida was deeply touched by her local taiko community where she grew up – so much so that while studying abroad in Canada during high school, she founded her own taiko group. To further her studies, Eri moved to Sado Island to join the KODO Apprenticeship Program in 2007 and became a performing member for KODO in 2009. Since then, she has traveled all over the world performing with the troupe, directing school presentations, as well as teaching workshops. Eri also produced KODO’s first overseas interactive concert. In addition, Eri oversaw the day-to-day workings of the KODO Apprenticeship Program, helping to train and welcome new KODO member prospects.