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October 10, 2012
World Music Series: Yume Daiko
The bold and dramatic sound of taiko comes to life as Yume Daiko brings this powerful story-telling art to campus with complex rhythms and resonating style. To listeners worldwide, taiko (which means drum in Japanese) is an experience that is felt as much as it's heard. Under the direction of Matt Richards, who studied and performed this taiko during the 15 years he lived in Japan, Yume Daiko is an ensemble of musicians dedicated to the Japanese music tradition.
Time: 8:00 pm
Location: Fanny Nast Gamble Auditorium; Kulas Musical Arts Building
Contact: University Relations (info@bw.edu)
Contact Phone: 440-826-2325
Price: Free and open to the public
 
PETER PAN
The tale of the boy who wouldn’t grow up comes alive as Peter Pan and Wendy journey through Neverland on a quest to defeat Captain Hook. Oct. 10-13 @7:30pm & Oct. 13 & 14 @2pm. Directed by Michael Oatman, Karamu House playwright-in-residence. With some never before characters seen onstage in this production.
Time: 7:30 pm
Location(s): Kleist Center for Art & Drama | William Allman Theatre
Contact: Theatre Department (theatre@bw.edu)
Contact Phone: (440) 826-2240
Price: Tickets: $10; senior citizens and students $5
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