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bullet petedrum
08 Jan : 18:05
Hi, I'm moving away from Sussex and Kent area and wondered if there was a good djembe teacher in West Kent area who could take over my two active drum workshop groups. One is in Hadlow, the other is in Westerham. please email me asap. Thx, Peter - thedrumcoach

bullet RobFergo
14 Jul : 09:58
Liver Drummers class in Liverpool. Contact Rob on 07835423839 or email LiverDrummers@hotmail.com

bullet suzie5609
30 Apr : 16:30
Hi, does anyone know of djembe lessons in the Pembrokeshire area of Wales? I took lessons in India and am keen to pursue

bullet Iris Vera Utrilla
11 Apr : 09:25
Hello, I am looking for a good teacher/classes in North London. Does anyone know about someone? Thanks!

bullet ivita
13 May : 14:03
hello - does anyone know of a good teacher / good classes in London?

bullet johndrummercoach
29 Dec : 22:46
Hi there! If you're in Bagshot, would Farnham be a reasonable distance for you to travel? I give small group drumcircles. And even some latin percussion to boot if enough people want it.


John Overton
07780 195848

bullet johndrummercoach
29 Dec : 22:44
I'm running djembe and latin percussion workshops in Wrecclesham, near Farnham from January onward.
£10 per session for the regulars and £12 if you're dropping in.
Call John on 07780 195848.
Please bring own djembe / other percussion instrument.

bullet odita
20 Oct : 20:58
Djembe group Liverpool.
Wednesday evenings.

bullet Jayne
27 Sep : 14:41
After having drummed in the beautiful Spanish Hills with my bro, I returned and bought myself a djembe drum! I am in Bagshot, Surrey and would love to jam and learn with others in the local area! Anyone interested and local to me then please do get in touch!

bullet terryl
19 Sep : 13:08
Anyone know where i can buy a decent djembe drum ...i'm in Romford in essex..

African Song, Drum & Dance with Nii Tagoe 9th October in London
African Song, Drum and Dance with Nii Tagoe. One-day in-depth Workshop

Nii Tagoe was born in Accra, Ghana, into a royal family made up of master drummers and

dancers, from whom he inherited his talent for drumming, dancing and singing.

He came to Britain in 1990 as a principal dancer, drummer and teacher in the Adzido Dance Company and has since choreographed many dances, including Peter Gabriel's floor show at the London Millennium Dome.

After leaving Adzido, Nii went on to self-fund the start of his own drumming and dance company Frititi in 1993, which was created to explore, develop and pass on to future generations artistic expressions through music, dance and rituals.

As the Artistic Director of Frititi, Nii brings to all his work a lifetime's immersion in his deep knowledge of the diverse dance rhythmic traditions of Ghana. His experience ranges from 19 years of travel, learning and performing around the African continent (especially in Zulu Land and throughout Central, South and West Africa) to touring productions and workshops around Europe, Israel, Canada, The Middle East and Asia.

Nii tours and performs regularly as percussionist, singer and composer with world music chart toppers: Baka Beyond, African Headcharge, ADF Soundsystem, Osibisa and Lorraine Ayensu & Band amongst others and also runs his own band - The Afro Funk Crew.

Recent and forthcoming diary dates include a sell-out workshop at the Tribe of Doris festival http://tribeofdoris.co.uk/tribe/, ADAD's collaborative event at the Southbank on 9th& 10th September http://www.southbankcentre.co.uk/find/dance-performance/tickets/african-dance-encounter-54431 and co-hosting the FOOT TO EARTH DANCE CAMP with Denise Rowe 17th to 19th September 2010

Nii will be hosting this exclusive one day workshop on 9th October in London, venue to be confirmed.The aim of the day is to allow students to explore the richness of African rhythms, melodies and movement at a leisurely and relaxed pace. And to appreciate more vividly the connection between song, dance and music in African cultures.

Songs, rythms and dances will be selected from the regions of Benin, Ghana and South Africa.


Song, percussion and Drumming Workshop, with Nii and Frititi - all levels welcome
there will be a very limited number of drums, and percussion instruments to use , so please bring your own instrument/ drum if you have one.

3pm-6pm Dance Workshop, led by Nii Tagoe, with live drumming all levels welcome.

Song, percussion and Drumming workshop only: 15 in advance. 17 on the day
Dance workshop only: 20 in advance 22 on the day
Both workshops: 30 in advance. 33


BUS: 333, 133,59,45

ON FOOT: turn left out of Brixton tube and keep going up that hill for about 10 mins!!

Places: Are limited. Please pay in advance to secure your place & to ensure the workshop goes ahead. Deadline for discount bookings is october 4th 2010. TO pay please contact dundunkini@gmail.com / 07949 761 589

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