Taiko in VIC - Find Your Rythmn with Wadaiko Rindo

Taiko Victoria

Why not get your rhythm on and try Taiko Drumming - Fun for anyone and everyone!
People of all backgrounds, cultures and ages come together and enjoy playing taiko. Motivation varies enormously and many enjoy taiko for its ability to keep your brain active, since taiko provides for constant neural retraining and focus. Others find comfort in the meditative nature of drumming, or enjoy the physicality of the training.

The Japanese characters 太鼓 (taiko) translates directly to, "big fat drum,"  and it is a form of traditional Japanese music and art that combines powerful beats with dynamic movements. Part of Japanese culture for over 1,000 years, it has now spread all around the world and captured many people's hearts with its lively, loud, and energetic performances.


Taiko Group Workshop [$33.00 per person]

Level: All Levels
People of all backgrounds, cultures and ages come together and enjoy playing taiko with Wadaiko Rindo Drumming. Motivation for joining also varies enormously. We have participants who join to keep your brains active, since taiko provides for constant neural retraining and focus. Others, still, find comfort in the meditative nature of drumming, or enjoy the physicality of the training. Learn the essentials of taiko drumming including; how to play taiko, explanations of taiko structure, history of taiko, and introductions to different types of taiko and other traditional instruments.

※Group Lessons: 90mins
※Availability: Please ask our friendly staff to enquire about availability during your preferred dates.
※Minimum: 2 participants required for the workshop to be conducted
※Maximum: 20 participants per class
※Other: Loose, comfortable clothing is recommended


About Your Instructors

Your instructors are comprised of a group of experienced performers who have performed across Australia at many concerts, festivals, and private events, and also travelled further afield for performances overseas. The most notable performances were in Tonga, China, Fiji, New Caledonia, and Japan. With a focus on traditional taiko styles, their performances are spectacular visual displays of stamina, strength, and humour, with vibrations produced on stage energising the whole audience.