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					Kaze Daiko SKTaiko@aol.com

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Hanayui Open Workshop Registration Friday, July 19, 2002 6:00 PM – 9:00 PM
NAME: ______________________________________________________ ADDRESS: __________________________________________________ City ___________________________, State ______ Zip____________

One World Taiko oneworldtaiko@earthlink.net

Seattle Kokon Taiko SKTaiko@aol.com

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Tsunami Taiko nakawatt@seattleu.edu

PHONE: __________________________ Home

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Email: _______________________________________________________
YushinDaiko taikotea@earthlink.net

I am interested in enrolling in (choose one):

"Voice Circle" by Yoko Fujimoto Workshop
"Japanese Folk Dance and Movement" by Chieko Kojima Workshop

Have you had any experience or training in music, dance or martial arts? If yes, please describe and state how long each was studied: __________________________________________________________________________________ __________________________________________________________________________________ __________________________________________________________________________________ __________________________________________________________________________________

Enrollment is limited to 30 people per workshop and will be accommodated on a “first come, first enrolled” basis. Please remit your application and $35.00 fee, by July 12, 2002, to: (Please make checks payable to Regional Taiko Gathering) Charlotte Ohashi 3706 South 255th Place Kent, WA 98032-5671

“JOY”(Ie), also means “music.” stand.

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Wing Luke Asian Museum

407-7th Avenue S.

Seattle, WA 98104

206.623.5124

Kaze Daiko SKTaiko@aol.com

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE

KILLDATE: July 19, 2002

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One World Taiko oneworldtaiko@earthlink.net

Seattle Kokon Taiko SKTaiko@aol.com

Seattle Matsuri Taiko Dzumoto@yahoo.com

Presented by Seattle Regional Taiko Gathering Committee Date: Time: Fee: Place: July 19, 2002 6:00 PM – 9:00 PM $35.00
Seattle Central Community College – Student Activity Center 1701 Broadway Seattle, WA

Tsunami Taiko nakawatt@seattleu.edu

YushinDaiko taikotea@earthlink.net

This will be a unique opportunity to learn traditional Japanese folk dancing and singing, by this ensemble of internationally recognized artists. Hanayui is a voice and dance group made up of world-renowned Kodo members, Chieko Kojima, Yoko Fujimoto and Okinawan dance expert Mitsue Kinjo. Experience the joy of your voice through Japanese folk songs and the vitality of movement through Japanese folk dance, in energizing workshops presented by two of the members from the world famous taiko group: "Voice Circle" by Yoko Fujimoto and "Japanese Folk Dance and Movement" by Chieko Kojima Enrollment is limited. Minimum age: 14 years Registration and payment of $35 are due by July 12, 2002

For a registration packet or more information,
§ Call (206) 723-7345 by July 1, 2002 or e-mail sktaiko@aol.com.

§ Or, download enrollment information from www.oneworldtaiko.com or www.seattlekokontaiko.org.

“JOY”(Ie), also means “music.” stand.

{ EMBED Word.Picture.8 } The ancient forms of this symbol pictured drums and a bell on a

Wing Luke Asian Museum

407-7th Avenue S.

Seattle, WA 98104

206.623.5124

Supported in part by: Seattle Arts Commission and Motoda Foundation

Kaze Daiko SKTaiko@aol.com

Northwest Taiko northwesttaiko@home.com

One World Taiko oneworldtaiko@earthlink.net

Dear Workshop Participant: Thank you for your interest in the Hanayui Workshop. We are pleased that you have accepted our invitation. DATE: TIME: PLACE: July 19, 200 6:00 PM – 9:00 PM Seattle Central Community College Student Activity Center 1701 Broadway Seattle, WA $35.00

Seattle Kokon Taiko SKTaiko@aol.com

Seattle Matsuri Taiko Dzumoto@yahoo.com

Tsunami Taiko nakawatt@seattleu.edu

YushinDaiko taikotea@earthlink.net

FEE:

Please fill out the enclosed Workshop Registration Form (be sure to indicate your workshop choice), sign the Liability Waiver Form and remit both forms along with your registration fee of $35.00 to: Charlotte Ohashi 3706 South 255th Place Kent, WA 98032 Please wear comfortable, loose clothing (no jeans) and bring a full water bottle as a lot of energy can be expended during the workshop.

Please make checks payable to:

Regional Taiko Gathering

We are looking forward to meeting you and hope you will enjoy the workshop.

Supported in part by:
stand.

Seattle Arts Commission and Motoda Foundation
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“JOY”(Ie), also means “music.”

Wing Luke Asian Museum

407-7th Avenue S.

Seattle, WA 98104

206.623.5124

Kaze Daiko SKTaiko@aol.com

Northwest Taiko northwesttaiko@home.com

LIABILITY WAIVER

One World Taiko oneworldtaiko@earthlink.net

Seattle Kokon Taiko SKTaiko@aol.com

Please read the following carefully:

Seattle Matsuri Taiko Dzumoto@yahoo.com

Tsunami Taiko nakawatt@seattleu.edu

YushinDaiko taikotea@earthlink.net

I, the undersigned applicant, acknowledge that I am applying for instruction in traditional Japanese folk dancing and singing which involves strenuous exercise. I acknowledge that Hanayui or the Regional Taiko Gathering Committee carries no insurance against injury to any of its participants. As a condition to being admitted to the workshop as a student, I assume the risk of all injury and do hereby hold Hanayui and the Regional Taiko Gathering Committee, its members, and agents harmless from any and all liability (including attorney’s fees and costs) for all claims, actions or damages due to injuries suffered by me or caused to third parties by me, arising out of activities involving taiko, dance or any variation thereof, whether occurring on the premises or elsewhere. I agree to abide by the rules of the workshop and to follow explicitly all instructions given by instructors during the course of the workshop

Signature_____________________________________ Date___________________

“JOY”(Ie), also means “music.” stand.

{ EMBED Word.Picture.8 } The ancient forms of this symbol pictured drums and a bell on a

Wing Luke Asian Museum

407-7th Avenue S.

Seattle, WA 98104

206.623.5124