West African Drumming Workshop
Wednesday 20 March 2019 at 4pm - 6pm

West African Drumming Workshop

Venue, Newcastle University Students' Union

Come along and try your hand at West African drumming- no previous experience necessary !

 

This energetic drumming style originates from Senegal, The Gambia and Mali has become Africa’s most popular drumming style due to its sonorous tonal qualities, hypnotic pulsating sound and the relative simplicity of its playing technique.

 

African drumming is also great for relieving stress- perfect for students. Places are £3 and the event is only open to Newcastle University Students .This event is in collaboration with Sober Socials 

Finishes at 18:00

 
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