Performance

2018 Chibi Taiko Performances

  • 13th December 2018

December 2nd: Museum of Anthropology at UBC “Shake Up” exhibition opening

 

“Thank you so much for the wonderful energy that you brought to the event on Sunday! It was such an amazing success and we could not have done it without you!   

 – Julia Farry, Education and Public Programs Assistant, Museum of Anthropology at UBC”

 
 
 
(below) Photo by Sarah Race, Courtesy of Museum of Anthropology at UBC
 
 
 
More details about the exhibit, see here.
 

October 6th: Nikkei Place Community Award and Dinner 

Chibi Taiko felt very honored to be invited to this cerebration of the historical Nikkei milestone.

 

 

September 29th: Bonsor Community Centre – MOSAIC Seniors Day

September 2nd: Nikkei Centre – Nikkei Matsuri 

Photos by Manto Artworks & Orujao

 

June 15th: Lynn Valley Park – Lynn Valley Days 2018 Gala 

 

May 12th: Burnaby Art Gallery – 2018 ARTS BC Conference

 

May 6th: Stanley Park – BMO Vancouver Marathon 2018

Chibi Taiko performed along the route to cheer the runners. All the athletes might have blisters on their toes, Chibi got blisters on their hands from drumming continuously for four hours!! Great job, everyone!

April 21st: Nikkei Centre – Celebrate Spring 2018

Chibi Taiko performed at this annual spring celebration event to entertain all the guests who came to enjoy the “Beauty of Japanese Culture”. 

Photos by Manto Artworks

February 3rd: Edmond Community School – MOSAIC Multicultural Settlement Fair

2018 MOSAIC Multicultural Settlement Fair: Showcasing Diversity & Multiculturalism

Photos by Aziz Dhamani:

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Sun & Rain

  • 4th October 2010

The Gibson’s New Moon Festival was bright and sunny, the Port Moody Art 4 U Day was very wet! Both were a lot of fun. Below are some photos from Gibsons taken by Scott Bleackley. More of his photography can be seen here. Thanks to Joyce Chong and everyone else for inviting us to the Sunshine Coast. Shinobu and John were invited to solo on Matsuri with Joyce’s taiko group–it felt like old home week! To read more about the New Moon Festival, visit their site here.

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Nikkei Internment Memorial Centre Receives National Historic Site Status

  • 22nd September 2010

On July 31, the Nikkei Internment Memorial Centre in New Denver, BC, was officially given National Historic Site status, a process that was several years in the making.

A public ceremony, hosted by the Kyowakai Society and partly funded by Columbia Basin Trust through the Columbia Kootenay Cultural Alliance, was held outside the Centre and was attended by representatives from Parks Canada and the Historic Sites and Monuments Board of Canada along with the Kyowakai Society, representatives from various levels of government and community organizations, and members of the public.
Two plaques were unveiled, one acknowledging the work of the Kyowakai Society, and the other designating the Centre as a National Historic Site.
“The dreams and accomplishments of the Kyowakai Society in creating this lasting memorial and interpretational centre in honour of Japanese Canadians interned during the Second World War is a huge feat accomplished by dedicated volunteers,” said Carol Gordon, Administrator, Village of New Denver, who helped organize the event. “The centre forms an integral part of the social and cultural history of the area, and its designation as a National Historic Site speaks to the selfless hours contributed by the organization to ensure that this part of our history will always be remembered.”

Following the ceremony a number of performers entertained the crowd including Takeo Tamashiro, Tsuneko Kokubo and Mariko Kage. Later in the evening, Vancouver-based Chibi Taiko, Canada’s first youth taiko ensemble, gave a public performance.

During World War II, the Government of Canada ordered the internment of “enemy aliens,” and Canadians of Japanese descent were moved to camps for the duration of the war. One such camp was located in New Denver, and housed roughly 1,500 people. While other camps were demolished after the war, some of the buildings in New Denver still exist or have been reconstructed, making it one of the few sites that still contain resources directly associated with this episode in Canadian history.

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Chibi Taiko Plays Vancouver Cherry Blossom Festival

  • 25th March 2008

Chibi Taiko and Steveston Tera Taiko joined forces to open and close the Third Annual Cherry Jam at the Vancouver Cherry Blossom Jam at the Burrard Skytrain Station in downtown Vancouver. Despite the unseasonably cold weather, a sizable crowd gathered around the small stage to enjoy performances by our two youth groups, Dharmakasa, and several other groups.

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Kayo solos at Cherry Blossom Festival.

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Curtis tries to keep a straight face . . .

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Chibi Taiko and Tera Taiko block the entrance to the Skytrain Station and look cool while doing it.

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Tera Taiko arrives in style.

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Alcvin Ramos of Dharmakasa

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Andrew Kim of Dharmakasa

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