Saturday, May 5, 2018 Pre-festival Concert

 

Church of One Tree

492 Sonoma Ave, Santa Rosa CA 95401 Map

7 pm
(6:30 pm
Doors open)
Songs of the Phoenix – An evening of music for the shakuhachi with Riley Lee & Elliot Kallen
$15 Advance, $20 Door
Click HERE for tickets or 707-575-8626 for information

Sunday, May 6, 2018 Matsuri Festival

 

Julliard Park Main Stage Area

 

11:00 am Taiko Opening
11:10 am Welcome & Opening Remarks – MCs John Sawyer & Dan Potts, SF Consul General
11:20 am Miyake Daiko Demonstration – Bay Area Miyake
11:40 pm Taiko Drumming – Tenten Taiko
12:20 pm Traditional Folk Music and Dance – Ensohza Minyo-shu
1:00 pm Judo Demonstration – De Leon Judo Club
1:40 pm Mochitsuki (Mochi Pounding)
2:20 pm Traditional Folk Music and Dance – Sakura Ren
3:00 pm Mochitsuki (Mochi Pounding)/Raffle Drawings
3:30 pm Tsugaru Shamisen Performance – Kyle Abbott & Yuzu
4:20 pm Taiko Drumming – Sonoma County Taiko
5:00 pm Closing Remarks
All Day Children’s Activity Booth – Sponsored by Exchange Bank – Sebastopol
Volunteer staff, Sebastopol World of Friends
 

Salt Work Studio @ Backstreet Gallery

461 Sebastopol Ave, Santa Rosa, CA 95401 Map

11:00 am – 4:00 pm Japanese Embroidery Group demonstration
 

Seishin Studio

360 S A St, Santa Rosa, CA 95401 Map

1:00 pm Urasenke Tea Ceremony – Mary Ann Soyo Goodman, $5 ticket includes bowl of tea, tickets available at Matsuri Information Booth
2:00 pm Traditional Ensemble Music of Japan – Elliot Kallen (Shakuhachi) & Naoko (Koto, Shamisen, Vocals)
3:00 pm Urasenke Tea Ceremony – Mary Ann Soyo Goodman, $5 ticket includes bowl of tea, tickets available at Matsuri Information Booth
4:00 pm Traditional Ensemble Music of Japan – Elliot Kallen (Shakuhachi) & Naoko (Koto, Shamisen, Vocals)