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Traditional Japanese Drumming Group

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   Showcases Japanese tradition in their musical performance that includes Taiko drums, the shakuhachi, the fue, and the Koto

   Has performed in Carnegie Hall, Boston Symphony Hall, Suntory Hall, Osaka Festival Hall, Lincoln Center, and more

   Highly acclaimed Taiko drumming sensation with an international success that has toured in Russia, Italy, Europe, across the US, and more

   Available to book worldwide, based in New York

   Includes Taiko drums, the shakuhachi, the fue, and the Koto

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Immerse your guests in the rich culture and history of Japan with Altus Entertainment's Traditional Japanese Drumming Group, the Taiko Drummers. Their performances are a dynamic journey that will keep your audience on the edge of their seats with powerful drums, impactful rhythms, and exhilarating energy.

True to the meaning of Taiko, our drumming group provides big drums and even bigger energy. They seamlessly blend the traditional and the modern, creating a unique sound that resonates with all audiences. But it's not just about the sound - our Taiko Drumming Group offers an exciting visual experience as well. The colorful outfits of the performers dance alongside the magical instruments, creating a spectacle as impressive to the eyes as it is to the ears.

Having performed for high-end corporate clients including Merrill Lynch, Gillette, Ameritech, and more, our Japanese Tradition group knows how to captivate any audience. Book our Taiko Drummers and let the explosive rhythms and playful serenades of bamboo flutes create an unforgettable experience at your next event.

PREVIOUS CLIENTS

  • Pepsi
  • Pricewaterhouse cooper
  • Merryl Lynch
  • Gillette
  • Astra Zeneca
  • Merks
  • City of Los Angeles
  • Mayor Bloomberg
  • Smithsonian National Gallery
  • Rutgers University
  • Rowan University
  • Harvard University
  • MIT
  • Symphony Space
  • NYC area colleges and schools

TESTIMONIALS

β€œIn its choreography and its vigor they becomes almost a martial art, one in which violence has been sublimated into disciplined exultation a blend of high-decibel virtuosity and sinful shakuhachi solos. Precision and energy are paramount here and the product, for me, was medicinal. It is a combination narcotic, stimulant and vitamin pill.” Bernard Holland, NY Times

Bernard Holland, NY Times