Yatai Bayashi Workshop with Marco Lienhard

Yatai Bayashi: going back to the roots
$45.00 for one workshop
$80.00 if you take both the Fue Workshop and Yatai Bayashi Workshop

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Discover or Rediscover this classic piece from theTaiko repertoire. Going back to the basics of the song. Improve your technique for this unique style. After playing this song for over 35 years, I will give you some input on how to keep the song fresh and fun to play. We will learn also some basic movements and exercises to improve your playing .

Friday, April 26, 2019 - 20:00 to 22:00
Large Classroom
Marco Lienhard studied the shakuhachi under Master Katsuya Yokoyama, quickly mastering the instrument and becoming a virtuoso solo artist. Marco Lienhard mastered Taiko drumming as a member of Ondekoza from 1981-1994. While touring as a professional taiko player in Japan, Lienhard also studied the fue and the nohkan (Noh theater flute) with Yukimasa Isso. In 1995, Lienhard founded Taikoza in New York, where he now makes his home. With Taikoza he has toured, the US, Japan, Mexico and Europe. Lienhard has performed more than 3000 concerts in Europe, Oceania, Asia and North and South America with appearances at some of the world’s most prestigious venues including Carnegie Hall, Lincoln Center, Boston Symphony Hall, Osaka Castle Hall, Hong Kong Cultural Center and Suntory Hall in Tokyo. He has contributed to many movies, documentaries and CDs, has done several recordings with Ondekoza, Taikoza and has two critically acclaimed shakuhachi recording. Marco Lienhard has appeared on many TV shows including the Regis and Kathie Lee Show, the PBS special A World of Performances (the 20th Anniversary Gala of Wolf Trap), a documentary for Canadian National TV, MTV and NBC's 1998 Macy’s Thanksgiving Day Parade and the televised Sumo tournament at Madison Square Garden. He was the featured shakuhachi player in the American premiere of the Temple of the Golden Pavilion with the New York City Opera at Lincoln Center and premiered the Piece: Voyage X by T. Hosokawa for Shakuhachi and Chamber Ensemble at Juilliard. He has collaborated with many N American Taiko groups, Kodo members and many Japanese musician including Southern All Stars. Concerts in Mexico, Russia, Belarus, Republic of Georgia, Brazil, Argentina, Europe, Oceania, etc. He toured Japan with Carnegie Kids program. He regularly teaches and performs in Japan, South America, US and Russia. His best selling albums include award nominated Taikoza Cd, best selling Music of Hayao Miyazaki 1 and 2 Cd. He recently recorded two albums for Piano and Shakuhachi; the critically acclaimed: Travelers's Song as well as the Classical music collection: Rêverie. He recorded music for the new Nintendo wii game Red Steel 2. In 2015., he released two CDs of his music composed and arranged for Taikoza: Voice of the Earth and Tree Spirit.