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We are delighted to announce our first ever residential kamele n’goni weekend. Situated in a beautiful old house in Laragh, Co Wicklow just a few minutes drive from the lakes of Glengalough. So this is how it works. We would start the day with group warm ups and the basic bones of the groove for […]
This year we made some of our best Kamele ngoni yet. We also hosted masterclasses for festivals, universities and public workshops. We continued to promote the kamele ngoni through the group Manden Express and through international artists such as the Sidiki Dembele Sextet … Check out some of our work. Looking froward to 2016 !!……
Open to everybody, regardless of music background. You only need an interest in music and rhythm in particular!
‘When children learn to play a musical instrument, they strengthen a range of auditory skills. Recent studies suggest that these benefits extend all through life…’ The New York Times. Download our 2015-2016 African drumming and dance brochure for schools Everyone can play drums. Everybody has the ability to make music. And Kids make […]
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