In concert halls from Los Angeles to Tokyo, in fields from Angera in Italy to Devon in South-West England, and in corporate events from Kuwait to London, Kagemusha Taiko groups have entertained audiences of all sorts.
We have always taken the view that taiko is ultimately about performance. It’s at the heart of what we do. There are huge benefits to be found in the process of learning, and these are of real importance too. But one of the great joys of taiko is being able to share what you do with other people – whether you are in a primary school group playing a beginners’ taiko piece to others in your school, or a professional group performing in a theatre or concert hall to hundreds or even thousands of people at a time.