Free taiko trial lessons on the 12th of September

On the 12th of September (Sunday) there will be free trial lessons at the dojo of House of Circles in Montfoort.

There will be two opportunities and you can take part in one of the lessons. The program is as follows:

 – 10:30 – A warm welcome with coffee & tea

 – 11.00 – 13.00 – Trial lesson 1

 – 13:30 – A warm welcome with coffee & tea

 – 14.00 – 16.00 – Trial lesson 2

There will be multiple trainers present, but trial lesson 2 will be taught mainly by Jim Gubbels, who is a founding member of JACCU.

During the free taiko trial lessons, you will also receive more information on the full program of taiko classes in House of Circles. You can participate inn this program at the dojo, starting from October on.

The address: Krekenburg 7a, 3417MH Montfoort

To enroll in one of the trial lessons please contact Patrick Streng via info@houseofcircles.nl

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