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I've attended and played several times before, found it to be always quite a moving event. They have a moment of silence at the time of the Hiroshima bombing in Japan, and I will play just before it.
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"The evening will begin with a BYOP (Bring Your Own Picnic--picnic blanket or chairs too)
6pm BYOP (Bring Your Own Picnic) on the lawn
7pm - 9pm Program in Auditorium "
"The Commemoration will feature a talk (with translation) by
Ms. Yasuko Ohta, who was A-bombed in Nagasaki while a student.
She was 1.3 kilometers from the epicenter at the time of the bombing.
There will also be floating candles on the Institute Pond at dusk, in the traditional Japanese way of commemorating the lost souls of Hiroshima and Nagasaki.
Glen Swan, shakuhachi (Japanese flute)"