Mugen Taiko..... exploring the limitless possibilities of the taiko drum
"Mugen" means limitless and "Mugenkyo" means limitless reverberation, expressing our belief that Taiko has no limitations, no musical or geographical boundaries; the reverberations of Taiko spread throughout the world. Mugenkyo's aim is to develop taiko drumming as a contemporary European performing art, both in its pure form, and in collaboration with other artists & disciplines.
Welcome to taiko.co.uk
- Mugenkyo Taiko Drummers is a professional touring group performing a full-length concert at theatres, festivals & collaborations with other art forms.
- We are based at the Mugen Taiko Dojo, a purpose-built centre in Scotland, where we run a training programme, whose members undertake performances as the Dojo Performance Team. Find out about our audition process to join us at the Dojo.
- We have a range of shows & performances.
- We also run residential workshops, courses in Scotland & schools outreach across the UK.
- We have released four CD's & three DVD's, plus other merchandise which can be found on our online shop.
- Check out our latest news & upcoming performances, sign up to our newsletter, or contact us to find out more.
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- We are excited to announce that our next course in Edinburgh will begin on the 28th May and in Glasgow on 18th June: details are here or email email@example.com for more information.
- Keep up to date with all our latest Mugenkyo news on our facebook page.
- Mugenkyo will be on tour all over the UK in May 2014. For the full list of all our concerts this Spring, and to find out if we are coming to a town near you, click here.
- Come & try out taiko drumming at the base & HQ of the Mugenkyo Taiko Drummers, with places for our Weekend Workshops available in late summer 2014. See more info about our weekend workshops. Book a place.
- We also have a brand spanking new facebook page for our Dojo - Lots of lovely photographs of our various workshops and courses here.
- Read a selection of our Fringe Festival reviews from last August - Five stars from whatsgoodtodo.com and threeweeks.co.uk; Four stars from edinburghspotlight.com, edinburgh247.com, britishtheatreguide.co.uk and festmag.co.uk.