Hello friends, family, fellows, …foes?
We would like to cordially invite you to our Annual Spring Concert titled, “Dungeons and Drummers.” Many of our members have found a side interest in Dungeons and Dragons, a role-playing game where one can use their imagination to unfurl a novel adventure.
Since the Fall quarter, we have been working very hard: training both our recent recruits and ourselves, learning and teaching new songs, and gaining many, many blisters. If you were present at our last two Spring Concerts, this year’s concert will have the same story-line format, where skits act as transitions between songs (play on words intended!). If you haven’t watched any of our concerts, you’re definitely in for a treat!
Now that it’s Spring, we are in a time crunch for our concert, 4PM (doors open @3:30PM) on Saturday, April 27, 2013 at the University Theatre (see link below for map).
We are featuring various pieces from our repertoire, a few of which can be seen here. You will also hear and feel two new pieces, written by our very own David McKnight and Charlotte Kane. This will be David’s second original piece; his first composition, Densha, debuted at our last Spring Concert. We look forward to presenting his latest creative work! Also, we are honored to perform Charlotte’s first original taiko piece; don’t miss out! But wait, there’s more! (I promise, no more surprises!) We are resurrecting a piece that hasn’t been played since 2009 titled Worries of it’s Own. We hope that you enjoy this piece, whether you’ve heard it before or not.
Stay on the lookout for updates on ticket prices either from here or our event page. Once again:
Who: Senryu Taiko
What: Spring Concert: Dungeons and Drummers
When: Saturday, April 27, 2013, 4PM (doors open 3:30PM)
Where: University Theatre (see bottom left corner of campus)
Why: Why not? But really, because you don’t want to miss out on the taiko and mounds of fun!
Please join us in our timeless quest!
Countless dungeons to explore.
Endless swarms of thieves, monsters, and hungry oni standing before them.
One musical prize.
Will they survive long enough to reach it?