Thursday November 23rd 2017

KODO- comes to Chicago Symphony Center- ONE NIGHT ONLY

 

photos by Shinji Minami

KODO is known around the world for its explorations of the limitless possibilities of the taiko, the traditional Japanese drum. On this special night, Monday,February 21st at Symphony Center, you will be able to see this ensemble combine this instrument with others as well as dance and song to create a one-of-a-kind concert experience. This is their 30th Anniversary of their “One earth Tour” which has performed over 3,000 times.

As mentioned this is ONE NIGHT ONLY- February 21st at 7 P.M.  at The Chicago Symphony Center located at 220 S. Michigan Avenue and tickets can be purchased by calling 312-294-3000 or 1-800-223-7114  or online at www.cso.org.  Ticket Prices start at $55, but check with CSO for any other specials and discounts  . This is a true musical experience that will be remembered for years to come.

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