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Elements I Sunday - Term 1 2021

Term 1

Fees

$370 Full / $335 Concession

SOLD OUT!

Intermediate

Designed for students with some taiko playing experience, both Elements classes focus on the integration of movement of bachi, arms and body, good sound production, development of speed, endurance, breath control, and a solid sense of rhythm.
Musical works involving a variety of taiko styles are learned over the course of the year, with students encouraged to perform at our annual Australian Taiko Academy concert – a fantastic opportunity to consolidate learning and play in front of a supportive audience!
Key learning points in both Elements I and II are:
  • Studying a variety of traditional taiko styles
  • Learning the accompanying kuchi shoga (taiko rhythm vocals)
  • Learning and practicing a musical composition
  • Practicing pieces called renshu that involve specific musical and technical challenges
  • Developing general musicianship
  • Learning about aspects of Japanese culture and taiko history
The fundamental difference between Elements I and Elements II is that the latter is designed for students who wish to challenge themselves a little bit more, both technically and musically.
Both classes are challenging and hard working, but most of all, they are still fun! Be prepared to work and play hard!
Students have the opportunity to perform at the annual Australian Taiko Academy concert, held in December.
FURTHER INFORMATION
Terms and Conditions


Class Schedule

Taikoz Ultimo Studio. Level W4-0, 42-46 Wattle St, Ultimo

  • Sun 31 Jan 2021 from 09:30 am to 11:00 am.

  • Sun 07 Feb 2021 from 09:30 am to 11:00 am.

  • Sun 14 Feb 2021 from 09:30 am to 11:00 am.

  • Sun 21 Feb 2021 from 09:30 am to 11:00 am.

  • Sun 28 Feb 2021 from 09:30 am to 11:00 am.

  • Sun 07 Mar 2021 from 09:30 am to 11:00 am.

  • Sun 14 Mar 2021 from 09:30 am to 11:00 am.

  • Sun 21 Mar 2021 from 09:30 am to 11:00 am.

  • Sun 28 Mar 2021 from 09:30 am to 11:00 am.

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INTERMODE | Taikoz & SICKO

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INTERMODE is a genre melding project which will invite both ensembles into unknown terrain, a meeting place to create shared sounds, motion and...

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Elements I Sunday - Term 1 2021

Term 1

Fees

$370 Full / $335 Concession

SOLD OUT!

Intermediate

Designed for students with some taiko playing experience, both Elements classes focus on the integration of movement of bachi, arms and body, good sound production, development of speed, endurance, breath control, and a solid sense of rhythm.
Musical works involving a variety of taiko styles are learned over the course of the year, with students encouraged to perform at our annual Australian Taiko Academy concert – a fantastic opportunity to consolidate learning and play in front of a supportive audience!
Key learning points in both Elements I and II are:
  • Studying a variety of traditional taiko styles
  • Learning the accompanying kuchi shoga (taiko rhythm vocals)
  • Learning and practicing a musical composition
  • Practicing pieces called renshu that involve specific musical and technical challenges
  • Developing general musicianship
  • Learning about aspects of Japanese culture and taiko history
The fundamental difference between Elements I and Elements II is that the latter is designed for students who wish to challenge themselves a little bit more, both technically and musically.
Both classes are challenging and hard working, but most of all, they are still fun! Be prepared to work and play hard!
Students have the opportunity to perform at the annual Australian Taiko Academy concert, held in December.
FURTHER INFORMATION
Terms and Conditions


Class Schedule

Taikoz Ultimo Studio. Level W4-0, 42-46 Wattle St, Ultimo

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