Marco Lienhard is multi-instrumentalist, taking part in various Japan flutes: the shakuhachi, the fue (little bamboo transverse flute), as well as the Nohkan (the Noh Theatre transverse flute used). He analyzed the shakuhachi under Teruo Furuya and Katsuya Yokoyama, the Nohkan with Isso Masayuki, as well as the fue with japan Taiko group Ondekoza. But he’s especially referred to as a Taiko participant, i.e. Japanese percussion participant, having been an associate from the internationally acclaimed Japanese Taiko group Ondekoza from 1981-1994. Marco Lienhard may be the creator and artistic movie director of Taikoza, a Japanese Taiko group located in NY. During his profession he offers performed in over 2000 concerts in European countries, Asia, and America. He also performed within the world’s most exclusive halls, including Carnegie Hall, Lincoln Middle, Boston Symphony Hall, Osaka Event Hall, and Suntory Hall, to mention but several. Since 1994, Marco Lienhard offers pursued a single profession and performs like a visitor musician with Ondekoza, San Jose Taiko (he was honored a Rockefeller offer to write a fresh work with SJT), as well as other groups across the world. He shows within the U.S., European countries, and Japan. Lienhard was a visitor performer on the 1994 and 1998 Globe Shakuhachi Celebrations. He was an associate from the faculty on the International Percussion workshop Kosa from 1998 to 2000. He made an appearance on tv on many events within the U.S.A., Canada, and Japan and did many recordings, including a critically acclaimed single shakuhachi saving. His latest Compact disc is certainly Poème du bamboo, released in 2001.