Asako, the Girl Who Saved Her Village

is a children's book featuring Taiko.
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was compiled to commemorate 10 amazing years.
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The All Souls' Procession in
early November.
Photos by Tracy Baynes.

The 2007 Family Arts Festival was chilly but a
triumph for first-time ART students, who joined
the Community Group for Soma.

Shidara, the sensational taiko group from
Toei, Japan, kicked off it's first U.S. Tour with a full house at the Berger Performing Arts Center on Aug. 26, 2006. More Shidara photos by Miyagitani.

Odaiko Sonora played its first out-of-state gig at the Albuquerque JACL's Aki Matsuri in early October.
New Mexico Taiko hosted our group as part of its 25th anniversary celebration. More.

Mu Daiko of Minneapolis was the
guest at our 2nd Annual Southern
AZ Taiko Showcase on May 5, 2006.
More Showcase photos

by Patrick McArdle.

Rome and Karen joined Jodaiko at the
invitation of sensei Tiffany Tamaribuchi.
More Photos by SD Holman

In July 2006, we bid our beautiful
studio at Ortspace goodbye....
Photo by Julia Winiarski.

... but were adopted by ArtFare, where Shidara
conducted its August workshop.
Pictured here is a team-building workshop Odaiko Sonora conducted for participants in the UA Library's "Different Drum" conference. Attendees came from all over the U.S. Photos by Jeanne Pfander.

Karen & Rome at San Jose's
2005 Taiko Weekend Intensive.

Our table at the 2006 Family Arts Festival,
with Nancy and Karen.

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