Fort Wayne Taiko Street Performance

Fort Wayne Taiko put on an impromptu street performance on Thursday at One Summit Square. The group will be performing on Sunday, May 4, at Wunderkammer Company. Journal Gazette video by Chad Ryan.

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Chad Ryan | The Journal Gazette
Beth Fenstermacher, left, and Allison Ballard of Fort Wayne Taiko, perform Thursday during an impromptu street performance of the Japanese style of drumming and movement art for the passers-by at One Summit Square. The group’s next public performance will be 7 p.m. May 4 at the Wunderkammer Company on Fairfield Avenue.