Tsugaru Shamisen workshop and concert (Event in 2 parts)
MTL Shamisen Project presents

Tsugaru Shamisen workshop and concert (Event in 2 parts)

July 13th 2019
1:00 pm – 5:00 pm

3e étage, 551 Avenue du Mont-Royal E., Montréal, QC, Canada
For more information about this event, please contact MTL Shamisen Project at info@mtlshamisenproject.com.

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1pm to 3pm - Tsugaru shamisen workshop

 * There is a possibility to rent a shamisen for the workshop. There is a limited quantity. (The rental ticket will be available after you press the "Checkout" button. Please this option before completing your payment if you wish to borrow an instrument for the worskhop)

3h00pm to 3h30pm - Break

3h30pm to 4h30pm - Tsugaru shamisen concert with taiko by Ryoko, Sasha, and Alyssa

Early bird price or privilege prices when purchasing your tickets early.

You can also get tickets for only one of the two parts of this event.

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1pm to 3pm - Tsugaru shamisen workshop

 * There is a possibility to rent a shamisen for the workshop. There is a limited quantity. (The rental ticket will be available after you press the "Checkout" button. Please this option before completing your payment if you wish to borrow an instrument for the worskhop)

3h00pm to 3h30pm - Break

3h30pm to 4h30pm - Tsugaru shamisen concert with taiko by Ryoko, Sasha, and Alyssa

Early bird price or privilege prices when purchasing your tickets early.

You can also get tickets for only one of the two parts of this event.

Refunds
Up to 7 days before the event starts
Exchanges
Up to 7 days before the event starts

Studio Bizz Mont-Roya location is right next to Mont-Royal Metro Station. Use the door at the right of Jean-Coutu and climb the stairs to the 3rd floor.

Map to get to Studio Bizz Mont-Royal, 3rd floor

We recommend using the Metro and the bus. Studio Bizz do not have parking space.

Ryoko Itabashi - Tsugaru shamisen

Perhaps you have heard the sound of her shamisen in Old Montreal or at a metro station a few years ago. Or maybe you heard it during a taiko (Japanese drum) or shinobue (Japanese bamboo flute) performance with the Arashi Daiko ensemble. Ryoko Itabashi is a multi-instrumentalist of Japanese origins who moved to Canada about 10 years ago. Even though she currently resides in Ottawa, she will honour us with a workshop on the tsugaru shamisen here in Montreal. Additionally, with her two daughters who are learning from her the traditional arts and the japanese drum (taiko), they will perform a concert after the workshop. www.ryokoitabashi.com/biography