KODO

kodo

On Feb. 8th, 2017 at 8:00 p.m. at the Segerstrom Center for the Arts on 600 Town Center Dr., Costa Mesa, California 92626 KODO will be going on.

Exploring the endless possibilities of the taiko, (the Japanese drum), Kodo is forging brand new directions for a bright living art form. The term “Kodo,” in Japanese, has two meanings: First, “heartbeat” the main source of all rhythm. The taiko’s sound is reported to be similar to the heartbeat of a mother as felt inside the womb, and it isn’t any myth that infants are oftentimes lulled to sleep by its thunderous vibrations. Second, if read in a different way, the term may mean “children of the drum,” the reflection of Kodo’s need to play the drums with the heart of a child.

 

For more details visit the website or call (714) 556-2787.

 

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