April 5th and 6th Tabla and Batōkin, Sarangi Live

April 5th (Friday) and 6th (Saturday) Start: 19:00~
Venue: Gallery no Zawa Inn
Price: 4/5⇒3000 yen 1 drink order
4/6⇒2500 yen 1 drink order

Over two nights, we will be performing a rare live performance featuring tabla, horse harp, and sarangi (only gold).
He came to our gallery during his Kansai tour. Performances start at 7pm on both days, but the doors open a little earlier, so if you’re traveling, please stop by.
There are plenty of seats available even without reservations. Please come.

Introduction of live performers
giing o o(ギンゴー)
giing o o(ギンゴー)
namasute gakudan
Kyouko Yamamoto

giing o o
MAKI, a horse harp and singer based in Hokkaido.
Yugo Ota, player of Batogoto and guitar;
This unit is made up of bassist Taku Hattori.

Namaste band
With Mr. Suemori who planned this Kansai tour
A tabla player who attracts many people.
Composed by Dinesh Chandra Diyondi.

Kyoko Yamamoto
Cornet, keyboard, and song. There are also writing activities.


It’s an unusual combination of tabla and horse harp, but on the night of the 5th, Yuji Nakagawa of Sarangi will join in, creating an amazing world of sounds reminiscent of the grassy sky. The sarangi played by Yuji Nakagawa is, according to Dinesh, “the most difficult instrument in the world.” I’m drawn into it. This is a once-in-a-lifetime opportunity, so please enjoy the live performance with your eyes and ears.