Making noise since 1998, Senryu Taiko is the fourth intercollegiate taiko group to ever form in the United States. Self-taught and self-sustained, the club continues the tradition of kumidaiko by writing music together, teaching incoming members, and forming ties with other collegiate taiko groups across the nation.
Hey Senryu fans! Help support our club by purchasing one of these really cool tank tops! For more info and for single purchases, click here or else check out our Facebook event page for other methods to getting this tank top.
Thank you for your support and we hope you FEEL THE BEAT!
Hello everyone! Yesterday, July 21, Senryu participated in the 2015 Final Leg Law Enforcement Torch Run for Special Olympics to help cheer on the athletes!
This run will ultimately arrive at the Los Angeles Memorial Coliseum for the Opening Ceremony of the 2015 Special Olympics World Summer Games on July 25.
Check out letr-finalleg.org for more information on the run, and check out la2015.org for more information on the games itself!
Welcome to UCR Class of 2019!
Orientation is now underway and we’re excited to meet you all! We’ll be tabling and performing at all orientation expos so be sure to catch us!
We’re a nonprofit organization on campus that is student run. We write our own music, make our own drums, and perform at various events and gigs. If you’re interested, feel free to contact us or else just show up September 28 or September 30 for our general meetings!
Hey everyone! We’re doing Anime Expo again! Catch us at the Ribbon Cutting Ceremony in the South Lobby on July 2 starting at 11:45am, and come out to our workshop to learn about taiko and how to play taiko on the same day which is located in room 403A (or WS1) from 2:30-4:30.
Check out anime-expo.org for more info and to get your passes. And make sure to schedule us!
Hope to see you there!
This past Saturday, June 20, 2015, Senryu had the pleasure of being a part of Uniqlo’s Grand Opening College Taiko Battle Event. Many collegiate groups came out to compete including Touzan from Cal Poly, Kazan from USC, Kyodo from UCLA, Asayake from UCSD, Jishin from CSUN, and Jodaiko from UCI.
It is our pleasure to announce that Senryu’s very own Amy Tieu, TJ Kim, Henry Wu, Jason Phan, Kat Morano, and Alexander Oakland brought home first place in this competition!
Great job guys! And great job to all our fellow taiko groups who also made it out to this event! It was fun performing with such talented people!