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Saturday 6 March 2021, performances at 11am, 11.30am, 12noon, 1.30pm, 2pm and 2.30pm

Echo of Japan – Koto performance

Japanese Koto is an ancient instrument dating back 1300 years when it had five strings. It has evolved to have thirteen and even twenty strings today. Mio Shudo is an accomplished musician on piano and harp and  plays Koto at numerous events. Mio will perform some of the oldest written music available today for Koto by Yatsuhashi Kengyo (1614-1685) and other Japanese folk songs.

Free and drop-in. Will take place in the Hornel exhibition.

Echo of Japan – Koto performance

Japanese woman playing a shamisen unknown photographer Yokohama shashin print 1890-1920 National Trust for Scotland Broughton House

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