One Earth Tour 2013: Legend
In Japan, the name “Kodo” carries two meanings, “heartbeat” or “children of the drum.” And for these superb performers it represents the company’s desire to play taiko purely, “with the heart of a child.” But there is nothing childlike in the primal beat of a Kodo performance. Although the company plays a variety of instruments, it’s their massive drums weighing as much as 900 pounds that mesmerize the audience. Seeing Kodo is an unforgettable experience.
February 9, 2013
February 10, 2013
Meany Hall for the Performing Arts
University of Washington
Regular Tickets: $41-45
$38-42 Subscriber Extras; $39-43 UW Faculty/Staff/Alumni; $20 Students
Pre-show conversation starts at 7:10 PM on Saturday. No pre-show lecture on Sunday.