ten ten is an evolving art experiment with its roots in the Japanese folk tradition
 
in the Japanese alphabet, “ten ten” refers to two dots used to change the sound of a syllable. in the same spirit, ten ten strives to create its own unique voice for Japanese folk music breathing new life into this traditional art form

ten ten gratefully acknowledges the support from the following funders and organizations

What's New

Forth album of original songs OIRO NAOSHI

ten ten is proud to release its 4th album “OIRO NAOSHI” (Evolving Colours) 

Quemado video shoot

ten ten will be releasing three music videos in early 2022.  Filming has already been completed for Quemado featuring Flamenco dancer Kiyo Asaoka.  The videos are directed by Cailleah Scott-Grimes and Gina Hara.  We would like to acknowledge the generous support of The Canada Council for the Arts for making this project possible. Please check …

ten ten’s “Horie Sankyoku” will be featured in this season’s Music 311 program!

ten ten releases new track “Quemado”

QUEMADO is a collaborative piece incorporating shamisen, taiko set, and flamenco dancing.

ten ten performs at Beyond Toronto Taiko Festival

ten ten to perform at Beyond Toronto Taiko Festival…

New EP to be released soon!

ten ten just completed a new album…

ten ten’s music will be aired on CBC music’s “Frequencies”.

ten ten’s music will be aired on CBC music’s “Frequencies”…

ten ten performs at “Celebrating Community”

For the first time since the pandemic…

Aki Takahashi awarded TO Live funding

Ten Ten artistic directore Aki Takahashi was among a select group…

ten ten’s third album ATODASHI

ten ten’s latest album ATODASHI…