The Shakuhachi Experience



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Artist:
Markus Guhe


Genre:
Music - World music

Age Limit:
0+

Description:
Licensed master shakuhachi performer Markus Guhe takes Japan's oldest and quintessential bamboo flute on a journey from its mythical beginnings through its long and fascinating history into the 21st century. The programme features the traditional shakuhachi solo repertoire created during the Edo era by mendicant Zen monks (mysterious masterless samurai working as government spies and the only ones allowed to play the instrument), happy folk tunes, taiko (Japanese big drums; Markus is also a senior performer with Mugenkyo Taiko Drummers) and live electronics.

Warnings:
None

Venue Code:
290
Venue Room:
The Helen Duncan Room
Venue:
Arthur Conan Doyle Centre
Venue Address:
25 Palmerston Place
Venue Postcode:
EH12 5AP

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Performances

DayDateStartEndDurationPriceTitleStatus
Thu08/0818:0018:500:5010.00
Fri09/0818:0018:500:5010.00
Thu22/0817:0017:500:5010.00
Fri23/0817:0017:500:5010.00
Sat24/0817:0017:500:5010.00