Phoebe Man


Hailing from Hong Kong, Phoebe has been playing taiko (Japanese drumming) since 1989.  A founding member of taiko group Fubuki Daiko, world-music ensembles SAND and Just Drummin’, she is considered to be a pioneer in expanding the arts vocabulary of Manitoba.  Her collaborations with world-class artists Carmen de Torres (flamenco dancer from Spain), Bruno Genero (African drummer from Italy), Kenny Endo (taiko master from Japan/Hawaii), as well as Winnipeg's Renaissance choir Camerata Nova, Afro-Cuban ensemble Papa Mambo, First Nations singer Co-co Ray Stevenson, and Fusion Dance Theatre have indeed brought the art of taiko into a greater artistic realm.  A passionate percussion enthusiast, singer/chanter, and taiko educator.  Phoebe is a sought after performer for ceremonies and events in the Chinese, Japanese, as well as MB's and BC's First Nations communities.