Taiko Time with Sophia Ang - Term 3 2021

Term 3

Fees

$70 Full / $70 Concession

Intermediate

TAIKO TIME with Sophia 
Rhythm Work and Focus On Tamaire
 
After shaking out the day’s stresses and strains, Sophia will get you moving with some stretches and warm-ups before getting into a series of renshū for building speed and wrist strength. This will then be applied to a focus on tamaire – the solo shimedaiko section – from Yatai-bayashi. 
 
These sessions are aimed at players who have some experience of tamaire and wish to develop their technique. A drum pad and drumsticks is all that’s needed. And even then, if you don't have a drum pad on hand, you can make do with some sticks on a cushion or other spongy surface. 


Class Schedule

Online. , (via URL link)

  • Wed 28 Jul 2021 from 06:00 pm to 07:00 pm.

  • Wed 04 Aug 2021 from 06:00 pm to 07:00 pm.

  • Wed 11 Aug 2021 from 06:00 pm to 07:00 pm.

  • Wed 18 Aug 2021 from 06:00 pm to 07:00 pm.

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Taiko Time with Sophia Ang - Term 3 2021

Term 3

Fees

$70 Full / $70 Concession

Intermediate

TAIKO TIME with Sophia 
Rhythm Work and Focus On Tamaire
 
After shaking out the day’s stresses and strains, Sophia will get you moving with some stretches and warm-ups before getting into a series of renshū for building speed and wrist strength. This will then be applied to a focus on tamaire – the solo shimedaiko section – from Yatai-bayashi. 
 
These sessions are aimed at players who have some experience of tamaire and wish to develop their technique. A drum pad and drumsticks is all that’s needed. And even then, if you don't have a drum pad on hand, you can make do with some sticks on a cushion or other spongy surface. 


Class Schedule

Online. , (via URL link)

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