Keep up to date with Uzume Taiko tours, shows, workshops, and everything else in between. We will update our blog regularly when we have some amazing things to say. Thank you for supporting us and we hope to see you drumming soon.

Uzume Taiko will be performing at the 2019 National Indigenous People's Day Event in New Westminster's Moody Park at 600 8th Street. There will be Traditional Arts & Crafts, Info Booths and Live Performances! The Event is free and is from 10AM to 2PM on Friday, June 21st. 

Live Performance Schedule:
10:15  Opening
10:30  Urban Kwakwaka'wakwe
11:00  Uzume Taiko
11:30  Ron Dean Harris
12:00  Butterflies
12:15  Aché Basil
12:45 Smokey Valley

Taiko drumming is a fun experience for all ages that will energize, stimulate and excite. Taiko playing requires great energy and teamwork, as well as total integration of one's mind, body and spirit. Participants engage in physical warm-up exercises, martial arts stance, vocal shouts and drum sticking techniques. They learn rhythmic drills and choreography. Student drum gear supplied. The Uzume Taiko members and associates who lead our workshops are all highly trained performers and teachers.

6-Week Studio Renovation Sneak Preview ~ Ready for Flooring & Mirrors

Uzume Taiko Drum Group Society is now located at #100 - 11566 Eburne Way, Richmond, B.C. V6V 2G7. Here is a peek at our new location!

Uzume Taiko School Drummers have been training all year on Thursday evenings at the Taiko Studio! They will be performing at the 15th Anniversary Collingwood Days Neighbourhood Celebration at Noon on Saturday, May 26 at Gaston Park in east Vancouver located near the Joyce Station Skytrain. 

Come along with 24/604TV Fit and Fun Host Stephanie Florian as she gets a lesson on the Japanese Taiko Drums.

Watch Sebastien Despres 2011 mini-documentary film.
Taiko drumming is a Japanese art form which lends itself beautifully to community-building exercises. In this mini-documentary, Bonnie Soon and Jason Overy discuss how the group drumming workshops offered by Uzume Taiko can help foster a united, collective voice for and amongst the community.

Uzume Taiko is active performing School Shows and Teaching Workshops for youth during the Winter 2019 Season in the Lower Mainland and in B.C. School Districts. The troupe also performs for Corporate Events in the Lower Mainland.

Uzume Taiko drummers led Taiko Drum Basic Drills Workshops at the Richmond Children's Arts Festival 2017 held at the Richmond Cultural Centre. Students from Richmond and Delta Elementary School from K - 7 participated with lots of enthusiasm! This was the third year Uzume Taiko has shared their love of taiko drumming with youth at the week-long festival. There were plenty of arts and music activities for Festival goers to enjoy and we appreciate being a part Richmond's annual festival of creativity for kids!