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Jigu: Thunder Drums of China
A performance at Caltech by a world-reknowned company of 28 drummers, percussionists and musicians.
Friday, April 13, 2007
8:00 PM - 10:00 PM
Caltech Beckman Auditorium
Admission: $29, $25, $21; $10 Youth
Hailing from China's Shanxi province, this world-reknowned company of 28 drummers, percussionists and musicians astounds audiences with an ultra-sensory entertainment experience. In Chinese, "jigu" means to "beat or touch the drum," and performances are deeply rooted in folk origins, which are blended with many modern musical elements.
It's a fascinating, totally new show concept. You'll not only see and hear the action; you'll actually feel the intense sound!
Call for tickets: (626) 395-4652
Caltech Ticket Office:
332 S. Michigan Ave.
Pasadena, CA 91125-9200
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