Singing in their native language, women from Japan’s indigenous Aynu culture share stories, songs and chants. For ages 3 and up with accompanying adult. FREE!
Marewrew--"Indigenous Japanese Singers" SAT JAN 11 11:00 AM Alumni Hall FREE
Marewrew is four Aynu women who sing 'upopo,' the ancient rhythmical songs that accompany traditional festival dances. Marewrew share stories, songs and chants in its native language, accompanied by celebrated Aynu musician OKI. The group’s goal is to invite the whole world to sing together, so be prepared to sing along in a rare opportunity to experience the traditions of this indigenous Japanese culture.
HopStops are for ages 3 and up with accompanying adult. Doors open at 10:30; seating may be limited.
Events are free and open to the public unless otherwise noted.