After re-calculating the financial needs of ITI 2023, the goal has been increased from $10,000 to $20,000. We thank you for your understanding and your continued support of the collegiate taiko community!
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Ahiru Daiko (University of Oregon)
Asayake Taiko (UC San Diego)
Bakuhatsu Taiko Dan (UC Davis)
Cal Raijin Taiko (UC Berkeley)
Jishin Taiko (Cal State Northridge)
Jodaiko (UC Irvine)
Kazan Taiko (USC)
Kyodo Taiko (UCLA)
Seishun Taiko (CSULB, CSUF, Chapman University)
Senryu Taiko (UC Riverside)
Stanford Taiko (Stanford University)
Swarthmore Taiko (Swarthmore College)
Touzan Taiko (Cal Poly Pomona)
UW Taiko Kai (University of Washington)
Yukai Daiko (UCLA)
Hello! We are Maya and Halle from Bakuhatsu Taiko Dan at UC Davis and Cal Raijin at UC Berkeley, and we hope you will help support us for the Intercollegiate Taiko Invitational 2023! This event is an educational opportunity for collegiate taiko players to improve their skills to better their teams and themselves. Taiko masters from all over the West Coast are coming to ITI this year to help further this mission and foster the next generation of taiko players.
In the spirit of this being the first year back after the COVID-19 pandemic, our theme is Hisashiburi! We have been fortunate enough to recruit the legendary talents of San Jose Taiko, UnitOne, Shasta Taiko, Kinnara Taiko, and many more. It is an incredible opportunity that Bakuhatsu and Raijin are very excited to collaborate on, however, this is quite the endeavor for us to organize this year.
Our funds are going towards booking facilities, paying instructors and for their accommodations, along with hospitality charges such as catering. If we exceed the goal of $20,000, funds will roll over for next year's ITI. The link is LIVE NOW and we appreciate any and all donations to help us have the means to host this unique event. We can't thank you enough!