The Flower is the Mind, the seed is technique.
Zeami Fushikaden (The Transmission of Style and the Flower)
Noh playwright and theoretician Zeami wrote these words in his once secret 15th Century treatise Fushikaden. In the first chapter, Zeami describes the seven periods of an artist’s life and work which, in terms of Noh, begins at the tender age of 7! In a happy coincidence, Taikoz and guest artists closely associated with the ensemble embrace all seven of Zeami’s ‘ages of the artist’. And so, from youngster to elder, Seven Flowers explores the many faceted phases of an artist’s life and work.
Featuring new works by Swiss composer Fritz Hauser (Shong), Western Australia’s Stuart James (Kinabuhi | Kamatayon) and Taikoz’s Artistic Director Ian Cleworth (The Place Where Nothing Is Done), Seven Flowers combines spectacular taiko drumming with beautiful song, dynamic movement, colourful percussion, and an evocative stage design by artists Bart Groen and Emma Hack.
*Premium tickets include a post-show drink and Meet and Greet in the Level One Bar.
Concert and Dinner Package
City Recital Hall and Sosumi are partnering to bring you the dinner and concert experience in the heart of Sydney with a ticket to Taikoz: Seven Flowers on Friday 18 October and dinner at Sosumi.
Sosumi Sushi Train, Teppanyaki & Japanese Restaurant in Sydney CBD offers a unique dining experience bringing you all the offerings you would expect from the best sushi train together with a gourmet menu from its open kitchen on the train. If you purchase this concert and dinner package, you will need to make a dinner reservation with Sosumi prior to the performance date.
All details can be found here.
Taikoz is supported by the NSW Government through Create NSW
Details are correct at time of publication.