Enjoy an afternoon of entertainment watching amazing Japanese Taiko drumming performances on Saturday 24 February 2018 from 3-5pm at Oakleigh South Primary School, Riley St, Oakleigh.
Tickets are $10 for adults and $5 for children for this Kumamoto Earthquake Restoration Support Charity Concert. For bookings, contact Toshi Sakamoto on email: firstname.lastname@example.org (0421 307 236). Book early so you don't miss out on tickets for this very popular cultural performance.
Performers include Wadaiko Rindo, Noriko Tadano, Ichimadin, Students of Melbourne International School of Japanese, MEL2 and others, with special guest, Kumamon from Kumamoto, Japan. Supported by the Consulate-General of Japan in Melbourne, and sponsored by Kumamoto Earthquake Reconstruction Assistance Charity Concert Committee, this event is hosted by Wadaiko Rindo.
Founding Director Toshi Sakamoto/Wadaiko Rindo will put in a herculean effort to entertain you and fundraise for this ongoing fundraiser to help support victims of the Kumamoto earthquake. Toshi himself was born in Kumamoto, Japan, and has devoted his whole life to the art of Wadaiko (Japanese drumming). These professional performances are nothing short of amazing, the beats and precision, mesmerising and visually very high energy and entertaining. Fundraising never felt so good! Please support Toshi in this humanitarian effort.