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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..


Manding Kaira presents:


20th & 21st August 2005

Including performances by workshop participants.


Saturday: 9:30-9:45am registration 10:00am - 5:30pm

Sunday: 10:00am - 5:30pm

(Lunch breaks 1:00pm to 2:30pm, bring your own packed lunch)

World Headquarters

(Carliol Square, Newcastle city centre)

75 (includes free entry to evening extravaganza)

Drums can be hired for the workshop. Please indicate requirements on booking form


Sunday from 7:00pm
until 12:00am

(over 18s only)

World Headquarters

(Carliol Square, Newcastle city centre)

7 Concessions 5

* Manding Kaira support music related projects in West Africa. Contact us for more

information on Manding Kaira.

For further information Tel: 07733 086 238 / 07899 743 380e-mail: manding_kaira@yahoo.com

Drumming Workshops

We have a full programme of learning for the two days. We hope everyone will be both

inspired and challenged. Participants will be divided into two groups so all of you gain the

most out of the weekend.

Drums can be hired for use during the workshop. Please indicate requirements on booking


The minimum age of workshop participants is 16 years. Entry into the evening extravaganza

is for over 18s only.


Group 1: Complete Beginners and Beginners
Ideal if you have not played before, or for those of you who have played for a year or so

fairly often but are not too confident. You still need to practice your technique and need

a bit of time to pick things up.

Group 2: Intermediate and Advanced
You have been playing for at least two years, you practice regularly, and have performed in

public. You have a basic understanding of the role of the support rhythms and the bass

drums and can play slaps and tones confidently. You can pick new things up quickly, and

would like the challenge of learning some solo phrases.


One day will be spent working with Mockoulo Sawane and one day with................ These

vibrant teachers will inspire you with the musical tradition of their native countries,

Senegal (Cassamance) and Guinea (Hamana).

Participants will experience the different teaching styles of these two teachers and learn

about the history of the rhythms and the importance placed on the preservation of the music.

These teachers are living archives of the traditions of their societies and will share with

you their passion and knowledge.

A rhythm will be learnt with each teacher, so by the end of the weekend, participants will

have studied two different rhythms in depth.

The climax of the weekend will be an evening of entertainment, which will be free to


As participants you will perform the rhythms learnt alongside your teachers, and also have

the rare opportunity to experience the talent and energy of ............ and Mockoulo as they

perform for you alongside an ensemble. A treat for all West African music enthusiasts. The

evening is guaranteed to be a thrilling and inspirational event. Participants are

encouraged to invite friends and family to the evening performances, tickets will be on sale

for a fee of 7 (concessions available). Manding Kaira support music related projects in

West Africa.

For more information about the work of Manding Kaira e-mail us: manding_kaira@yahoo.com
To confirm a place full payment must be received no later than Friday 12th August.
Cheques to "Manding Kaira".


'Manding Kaira' aims to enable people to continue to experience West African Music. All

information is subject to change, however we will give reasonable notice of any change to

the above whenever possible. Every effort will be made to stick to the program as


We accept no liability for loss, injury or damage, however caused.

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