2019 – 2023

2019 – 2023

2021

Tuesday, September 28 Thirty-minute performance at Edgely Park presented by Arts in the Parks and the Toronto Arts Foundation.

Sunday, September 19 One-hour performance at Alexmuir Park, Scarborough as part of Arts in the Parks

Sunday, September 19
One-hour performance at Beverley Glen Park, Scarborough as part of Arts in the Parks

Saturday, September 18 One-hour performance at Maidavale Park, Scarborough as part of Arts in the Parks

Saturday, September 18
One-hour performance at Neilson Park, Scarborough as part of Arts in the Parks

Tuesday, September 14
Thirty-minute performance at Memorial Park presented by Arts in the Parks and the Toronto Arts Foundation.

Wednesday, September 1 Thirty-minute performance at Walter Saunders Park presented by Arts in the Parks and the Toronto Arts Foundation.

Saturday, August 7 “Taiko X Turntables”A special collaboration with DJ Dopey (postponed from last season). Live-streamed from the Aki Studio.  

Wednesday, August 4  One-hour pre-recorded live stream “Next Generation” from the Aki Studio as part of the 2020-2021 Concert Season “Rhythms of Change”

Wednesday, July 21 One-hour pre-recorded live stream “New Faces” from the Aki Studio as part of the 2020-2021 Concert Season “Rhythms of Change”

Sunday, July 18 One-hour live-streamed concert “Intimate and Casual” as part of the 2020-2021 Concert Season “Rhythms of Change”

Tuesday, July 13 Full concert presented by the Collingwood Summer Music Festival, drive-in/live-streamed performance.

2020

Saturday, March 14 An Evening of Japanese Dance and Music featuring Chieko Kojima, a principal dancer and founding member of the internationally renowned Japanese drumming ensemble Kodo, and ten ten ensemble led by Aki Takahashi (shamisen/vocals), Kiyoshi Nagata (taiko), Heidi Chan (bamboo flute) and other guests. Toronto Buddhist Church. Presented by Nagata Shachu.

Friday, Feb 14 Short performance for the Opening Ceremonies for Ubisoft’s videogame tournament Six Invitationals. Place Bell, Laval.

2019

Saturday, November 28 Nagata Shachu’s 2019-2020 season opening concert HIBIKI.  Al Green Theatre, Toronto.

Sunday, August 11 Performance for Festival des traditions du monde de Sherbrooke.  One-hour Nagata Shachu show at 1:30 pm.  Nagata Shachu in collaboration with the American Rogues at 6:30 pm.

Sunday, July 14 
Performances for Carabram Festival. Century Gardens and Recreation Centre, Brampton.

Monday, July 1 
Twenty-minute performance for the 30th Anniversary of Burlington-Itabashi twinning.  Spencer Smith Park on the Waterfront, Burlington.

Saturday, June 29 
One-hour performance for Festival of Nations, Chatham, ON. 

Sunday, June 23 
Forty-five minute taiko workshop followed by one-hour concert at Alexmuir Park, Scarborough as part of Animating Toronto Parks supported by the Toronto Arts Council and the Toronto Arts Foundation. 

Monday, June 17 
Forty-five minute taiko workshop followed by one-hour concert at Guild Park, Scarborough as part of Animating Toronto Parks supported by the Toronto Arts Council and the Toronto Arts Foundation. 

Saturday, June 8 
Nagata Shachu’s third and final concert of its 20thAnniversary Season.  Taiko X Celtic!  in collaboration with The American Rogues. Harbourfront Centre Theatre.

Tuesday, May 28 
One-hour performance presented by the Canadian Opera Company’s Noon Concert Series. Richard Bradshaw Amphitheater.

May 24 to May 26 Opening ceremonies, forty-five minute performance and closing ceremonies for Anime North 2019. Toronto Congress Centre, Toronto

Thursday, March 21.  Pre-show performance/lecture in the Sony Centre Lower Lobby prior to Kodo’s main performance.   

Sunday, March 17 Twenty-minute lecture followed by a forty-five minute performance and Q&A presented by Ryerson University’s  Chang School of Continuing Education 50+ Programs

Sunday, March 3 Nagata Shachu’s 2nd concert of its 20th Anniversary Season.  Illuminate directed by Tony Nguyen. Al Green Theatre, Toronto.


Friday, April 12 Full concert presented by University of Michigan Flint. University Theatre.