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Boston Symphony Hall
at Huntington Ave 301 Massachusetts Avenue Boston, MA 02115
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The symphony stop is on the same block and we took that back home. We got there using Lyft - the fare from North End was $10.50.
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KODO Drummers
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attended Mar 13 2011

This show was so entertaining and amazing to watch! The seats were terrific.

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Quotes & Highlights

KODO got great Goldstar reviews at Washington’s DAR Constitution Hall.
“…the discipline of a surgeon’s scalpel with the primitive, muscular endurance of a cavalry charge. The speed and dexterity are as impressive as the physical tenacity is breathtaking.” —Chicago Tribune


Since its debut at the Berlin Festival in 1981, KODO has given over 3,300 performances on five continents and has introduced countless audiences to its peaceful, world-centered vision. The word ‘Kodo’ is a homonym for ‘heartbeat’ — humanity’s most fundamental source of rhythm — the first sound a child hears in its mother’s womb. The taiko drum, in the hands of a master drummer, has an almost astounding organic power. Feel the primal energy of KODO!

About the Ticket Supplier: Celebrity Series of Boston

The Celebrity Series aims to present the best in the performing arts to the broadest possible audience, to create new works that bring artists and audiences together, and to engage young audiences in artistic experiences through performing arts-based education and community service programs.

The Celebrity Series has enhanced the quality of life in Greater Boston for more than 65 years by providing a wide range of artistic experiences onstage, in classrooms, and in other locations throughout the city and surrounding communities. Celebrity Series presentations often include premieres of new works of music and dance – many commissioned by the Series. And as a leading provider of arts-in-education programs, the Series builds innovative energetic partnerships with area schools and community organizations and engages new audiences of all ages.