"BENI DAIKO" A free Concert at the Farley Center - Verona May 15

Event Dates: 
05/15/22

Linda & Gene Farley Center for Peace, Justice and Sustainability

 

Save the Date: Sunday, May 15, 1:00-2:30

"BENI DAIKO" Concert at the Farley Center under B.O.W.A. (Bur Oak Welcoming Area)

Update!

FREE! Donations welcome!https://www.facebook.com/1033290468/posts/10225878120032997/

12 noon Free Informational Tour of the Farley Center

We have just confirmed with Madame Chu to sell food/drink at the concert. Please bring your own blankets/chairs.

Farley Center honey will be sold for $10 a jar.

"Beni" means "Deep color of Red" which represents Madison.

"Taiko" means "drum" in Japanese.

In Japan. In Japanese, taiko literally means "drum," though the term has also come to refer to the art of Japanese drumming, also known as kumi-daiko. Taiko has been a part of the Japanese culture for centuries.

We encourage attendees to come early or stay late and take a walk through the Natural Path Sanctuary and Farley Center farms.

Madison Japanese Taiko Drumming Group "BENI Daiko"

https://benidaiko.wixsite.com/benidaiko

*Farley Center for Peace, Justice & Sustainability

Contact: Caroline Tu Farley
Address: 2299 Springrose Road, Verona, WI  53593
Phone: 608-845-8724

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E-mail: programs@farleycenter.org

Website: http://www.farleycenter.org/

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