Saturday February 25, 2022
10:30am – 12:00noon: Rokudan no Shirabe ?or Chidori? (sokyoku, for beginners)
1:00pm – 2:30pm: Sanya Sugagaki (Kinko-Ryu honkyoku, for intermediates)
3:00pm – 4:30pm: Futaiken Reibo (honkyoku, for advanced)
1. Jimbo Sanya.
3. Azuma no Kyoku.
4. Taki-Ochi (Waterfall).
5. Thuru no Sugomori (Nesting of a Crane).
Please apply for a workshop and a lesson directly to Kurahashi Yodo at email@example.com
And please pay all fees to Kurahashi Yodo except in Dallas.
The workshop fee is $260 for unlimited classes PLUS one 30 minutes private lesson.
One private lesson: $80 per 1 hour. This fee is for a student who does not attend the workshops and only has a private lesson.
One workshop: $80 per 1 hour 30 minutes.
Yodo Kurahashi II started studying the shakuhachi as a child, with his father, the first director of Muju-An shakuhachi school in Kyoto. Later he studied with Homei Matsumura, the renowned Kinko-style shakuhachi player in Nara, Japan. He gave his first recital in 1976 for which he received the Osaka Cultural Award. In 1980 he became the second director of the Muju-An school. He has toured extensively since 1981, giving performances in the US, Thailand, Malaysia, Singapore, China and Israel. Yodo is director of the Kyoto Hogaku group and the Kyoto Sankyoku Association. Beginning in 1995 he has been teaching intensive annual classes in shakuhachi in Boston, New York and Boulder.