Shamisen & Shinobue Live - An Evening with Takohachi Q Ensemble on the Eve of 2021 Japan Fall Festival

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Let's celebrate Adult Aki Matsuri in the evening on Saturday, 11/20.
Enjoy shamisen and shinobue live music on the rooftop of a brand new boutique hotel!

The Japan-America Society of Greater Austin (JASGA) presents a shamisen and shinobue concert in Austin with four Japanese traditional music performers: the Takohachi Q Ensemble from Portland, Oregon on November 20 at 6:30 PM. This event is a part of JASGA's 15th Aki Matsuri, 2021 Japan Fall Festival.

Join us to mingle Saturday with live Japanese music!

When: November 20, 2021 6:30 pm
Where: East Austin Hotel Upside (1108 E 6th St. Austin, TX 78702)
Admission: Free (Donation will be gratefully accepted!)

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Takohachi’s Q Ensemble
Takohachi is a multifaceted nonprofit organization established in 2007 striving to educate and entertain through Japanese music. In 2018 Takohachi added a new group calleded Takohachi Q-Ensemble that consists of 3 to 5 dedicated and talented performers. The ensemble has had significant successes in the smaller venues such as school and library systems with its edutainment programs, introducing Japanese culture through music.
Q-Ensemble’s repertoires are unique and diverse, ranging from traditional to modern, using taiko drums, the shinobue bamboo flute, the tsugaru shamisen, and more.

For each performer's profile; Yumi Torimaru, Shoko Oba, Kohei Kimura, and Yuki Umezawa LaBeaux, please visit here.