ReMi taïko

The group ReMi taïko, based in Geneva, makes you discover the Japanese culture with a concert of taïko, Japanese drums. The taiko are used for the matsuri, traditional Japanese festivals, where the inhabitants of the district or the village gather to celebrate together various important moments of the year. During this concert, the sound of the flute and drums will make you travel to Japan!

This year they will be exceptionally accompanied by Mina Mermoud, a sanshin player who fell under the spell of traditional Okinawan music during a stay on the island in 2004. Since then, MINA has been playing sanshin, a traditional Okinawan lute, and singing folk songs from the region. She has participated in collaborative projects and recordings in London and Paris with Japanese and European artists.

9 January 2022