The Japanese percussion group Dadadadan Tenko from Osaka will perform a unique musical spectacle at the beach of Terschelling during the Oerol Festival 2017.
Tsukumogami is about one of the largest natural disasters in Japanese history: the seaquake of 11 March 2011. Nearly 20,000 people lost their life and hundreds of thousands were affected by the disaster. Over 2,500 people are still missing.
Tsukumogami is a co-production of Dadadadan Tenko and artists Nishiko and Maria Kley. Together they give – from their own artistry and in interaction with nature – a powerful performance of great expressivity.
Tsukumogami will be performed at the Oerol Festival for the first time. A World Premiere!
It is a unique and comprehensive project which is also very costly. You can help us by making a contribution. You will receive something nice in return, a photo, backstage video, workshop participation, free ticket, Meet & Greet. You can choose.
Thank you very much!