Japanese instruments fill the hall

Wa-Gakki

The powerful boom of taiko drums and sounds of other exotic Japanese instruments filled the hall at High Beam Dreams in Gibsons Nov. 24 in a two-hour performance called Wa-Gakki. From left, musicians John Nguyen, Anny Lin, Nori Akagi and Alcvin Ryuzen Ramos.

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