April 24, 2015, time to be confirmed

Bryant University

We are excited to perform at Bryant University in Smithfield, Rhode Island! Stay tuned for more details.


April 25, 2015, 12:00 – 12:45pm

Brooklyn Botanical Gardens Annual Sakura Matsuri

Soh Daiko is pleased to once again perform at the Brooklyn Botanical Gardens at their annual Cherry Blossom Festival / Sakura Matsuri. We will kick off the stage performances on Saturday, April 25th and we hope to see you there for a lot of fun! For more info, visit BBG’s website:


May 10, 2015,  10:30 – 10:50am

Japan Day @ Central Park

Soh Daiko is pleased to be performing once again at Japan Day @ Central Park, a highly anticipated annual event in spring that celebrates Japanese culture with New Yorkers. Japan Day kicks off with the Japan Run, followed by the Kids’ Race. Like traditional Japanese summer festivals, it provides food and activity tents as well as a stage program displaying a wide range of Japanese culture, including both traditional and contemporary performances.


June 7, 2015, 3:00 – 4:00pm

World Concert Series Performance at the Queens Library

Soh Daiko is proud to perform at the Queens Library as a part of their World Concert Series!


June 27, 2015, 1:30 – 7:00pm

Soh Daiko Public Workshop

Want to try playing taiko? Soh Daiko will be hosting a public workshop this summer! We will guide participants through the fundamentals of Japanese drumming through a short lecture, demonstrations, and guided exercises. No experience required!!!

More details



July 5th, 2015 1:00pm (to be confirmed)

New York Obon Festival

Join us in Bryant Park for the annual Obon Festival hosted by the New York Buddhist Church! You’ll see taiko and learn how to dance traditional Obon dancing from the experts!

New York Buddhist Church Calendar of Events


July 18th, 2015, 5:00pm

Seabrook Obon Festival

Once again, Soh Daiko will be performing at Seabrook New Jersey’s Obon Festival. We hope to see everyone out there for an evening of dancing and drumming!
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