Taiko Do WA Corymbia Festival Kalamunda Australia

Taiko Do WA Corymbia Festival Kalamunda Australia

Taiko Do WA Corymbia festival Kalamunda Western Australia 2018

amazing Japanese Taiko drumming music performance more than 5000 people attended this year Corymbia Multicultural Festival at Hartfield Park in Forrestfield. The Mayor of City of Kalamunda John Giardina said the free community festival will attract many families to enjoy amazing performances, live music and dance from many different cultures. It brings everyone together to recognise and celebrate our diverse backgrounds. We are very lucky to be able to experience and enjoy the stories, food, dance, music and rituals of countries from all around the globe right here in our City.

Taiko Do WA Corymbia Festival 2018 Kalamunda Western Australia

About Taiko Do WA

Taiko Do (pronounced Tyko Dough) – translates as “The Way of the Drum”.
Taiko Do’s journey commenced in 2014 when founder Treoen Phillips travelled to Japan to learn and experience Taiko in the original birthplace of this contemporary art form. Treoen fell in love with the combination of rhythm and movement, together with the discipline and culture of this style of music-making.
In 2015, Treoen and his wife Carole, returned to Japan to study with Art Lee Sensei of the internationally acclaimed group ‘Wadaiko Tokara’. It then became their mission to share their newfound love of Taiko, and its ability to connect the community in their hometown of Perth, Western Australia.
Treoen & Carole began teaching regular Taiko classes in January 2016 with a group of only 6 participants. They have since grown and have now between 20 to 30 members, as well as an exclusive performance team (click here for our team bios) created in 2018, who perform regularly at a variety of private and public events.

Taiko Do WA Corymbia Festival 2018 Kalamunda Western Australia part 2

Japanese Taiko drumming music

Taiko is a broad range of Japanese percussion instruments. In Japanese, the term refers to any kind of drum, but outside Japan, it is used specifically to refer to any of the various Japanese drums called wadaiko and to the form of ensemble taiko drumming more specifically called kumi-daiko

About Festival

Corymbia is a fantastic FREE community festival for everyone!
When: Saturday 10 March 2:00pm – 8:00pm Location: Hartfield Park, Morrison/Hale Road Forrestfield
Live entertainment, cultural dances, inflatable fun, amusement rides and fireworks…
We’ve got loads of FREE fun for you & the family this Saturday at Corymbia.
Join us in celebrating the 2018 Corymbia Multicultural Festival, on Saturday, March 10th.
Come along and enjoy a jam-packed program of entertainment, amusement rides, activities and workshops offering something for everyone.

Taste + See + Smell + Hear the world!!
All Day Main Stage Program packed with cultural performance, dance & song
Free Amusement Rides & Inflatable Fun for all ages
Multicultural Food Stalls
Children’s Cultural Arts & Crafts Activities
Cultural Flag Bunting & Dreamcatcher Workshops
Laser Tag and Gaming Vault
Face Painting
Cuddly Animal Farm
Market Stalls
Fireworks Finale!

I hope you enjoyed this year Corymbia Festival in Kalamunda 2018 Street a lot of entertainment, great performance, music, dancing, great food and fun. See you next year.

0 Comments Be First to Comment

Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published.

You may have missed
Denmark suspends use of AstraZeneca COVID-19 vaccine