Updated Aug. 21, 2015 (Pretend you didn't miss a thing! Go to our News & Perf page archive.)

See Odaiko Sonora's Pe.forming Ensemble at Xerocraft Aug. 22


Our next All Ages Recreational Taiko (AART) session begins Saturday, Aug. 22 2:30–4:30pm. Email info@tucsontaiko.org, call (520) 461-5922 or use the Paypal link below to register. There's no time like now to get started on your taiko journey!

Upcoming Events

Date Location Event Time

8/22/15

1013 S. Tyndall

All Ages Recreational Taiko (AART). The next session begins Aug. 22. Wear comfortable clothes you can move freely in and bring a water bottle. We take care of the rest!
Saturdays
2:30–4:30pm

8/22/15

101 W 6th St. Xerocraft KMKR Radio Fundraiser 7-8pm

9/12/15

downtown 2nd Saturday 8–9pm

10/9–
 10/11/15

downtown Tucson Meet Yourself tbd

10/1/15
  10/8/15
  10/15/15
  10/22/15
  10/29/15

Takamatsu Restaurant, 5532 E Speedway ASP Lantern-making Happy Hours are back! Join Karen every Thurday in October to assemble and decorate lanterns in honor of loved ones to be carried in the All Souls Procession Nov. 8. Donations to ASP suggested. 5–7pm

10/24/15

1013 S. Tyndall ASP Lantern-making workshop at Rhythm Industry Performance Factory 1:30–
3:30pm

10/17/15
  10/21/15
  10/24/15
  10/28/15
  10/28/15
  10/31/15

1013 S. Tyndall ASP Obon Dance Workshops. Obon dance or bon odori are traditionally part of the Japanese ancestor festival of obon. The dances are easy to learn and the more people, the more fun. Join us these Wed. evenings and Sat. afternoons to learn and practice Tucson's own obon dance. Then join us in the Procession on Nov. 8!

Wednesdays
10/21 & 28 5:30–6:30pm

Saturdays
10/17, 24 & 31
12:30–1:30pm

11/8/15

downtown All Souls Procession  

11/21/15

UA Poetry Center UA Poetry Center’s Family Days breakfast concert program. Activities are open at 10am for youth age 0-13 and their families. Then stick around for taiko in the Odeum space. Learn more about the program: http://poetry.arizona.edu/family-days 11am–noon
Odaiko Sonora is a 501(c)3 arts education agency supported in part by your tax dollars, granted through Arizona Commission on the Arts (with funding from the State of Arizona and the National Endowment for the Arts) and the Tucson Pima Arts Council (with funding from the City of Tucson and Pima County). Partial funding also comes from individiuals and corporations through the Ralph L. Smith Foundation, Target, Toyota and Friends of Odaiko Sonora. Thank you for making us possible!

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