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Japanese Drummers Show to Be Held in Moscow
20.10.2011 11:13
Japanese Drummers Show to Be Held in Moscow
Ondekoza

Ondekoza is a band of Japanese taiko drummers, founded in 1969 by Den Tagayasu. The name of the band can be translated as “demon drummers”. Tagayasu has helped to develop this style from festival performances to well-organized concerts. Their first show shocked the public in 1975 in America. 

      The band's headquarters is situated on Sado Island in Japan, where young peope are taught to play taiko and other national instruments.

      Ondekoza is famous for its tours in America and China, which lasted for three years and consisted of hundreds of concerts.

      The visit to Russia will be the first for this legendary group.  

      Address: 20/2, Bersenevskaya Naberezhnaya, Moscow

      Metro: Kropotkinskaya

      Ticket office: daily 11am - 8pm (no lunch break)

      Website: Teatr-Estrada.ru

      Source: tkassa.ru. Image courtesy: www.ariom.ru


Author: Natalia Semicheva

Tags: Russian culture Moscow events Festivals in Moscow Moscow  

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