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Hanz Araki – Japanese Shakuhachi Flutist

September 4 @ 7:00 pm - 8:30 pm

Free – $15

“I am not ‘half-Japanese’…When I’m singing a Japanese folk song, I don’t sing with half my voice, but with my whole voice.”  – Yumi Thomas

Perhaps no other instrument in the traditional music of Japan is as easily recognizable as the shakuhachi; an end-blown, bamboo flute. Originally played by itinerant monks as a form of meditation, it has endured centuries of change throughout Japan’s history. For six generations, the Araki family has shepherded this tradition under the name of Kodo.

Named for his great-great grandfather, Araki made his professional debut in 1988 in Japan only four months after his first lesson from his father. In 2009, the name Kodo was bestowed upon him by his father to become the sixth in his family’s lineage to bear this title. This legacy continues to be the most influential in the genre, offering an unbroken connection to the roots of this haunting music.

For more information, please visit Akari’s homepage: http://arakikodo.com or hazaraki.com

*Limited Seating*

We will comply with all state of Maine CDC Covid Guidelines

Details

Date:
September 4
Time:
7:00 pm - 8:30 pm
Cost:
Free – $15

Organizer

Surry Arts and Events at the Barn
Phone:
207-667-1308
Website:
http://surryartsandevents.com/

Venue

Surry Arts and Events at the Barn
8 Cross Road
Surry, ME 04684 United States
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Phone:
207-667-1308
Website:
http://surryartsandevents.com/

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