This is a repeating eventjanuary 10, 2021 10:00 am
Learn the traditional Djembe drumming style and rhythms from West-Africa, and plug into the spirit of this old instrument.Join Catur Hari Wijaya for this special drumming workshop starting
Learn the traditional Djembe drumming style and rhythms from West-Africa, and plug into the spirit of this old instrument.Join Catur Hari Wijaya for this special drumming workshop starting on Friday, January 8.On top of the many technical skills that you will develop during the sessions – such as traditional rhythms, tone colour, tempo, and many others – you will also explore the tradition of Djembe in depth to have a better understanding of this old instrument.
Cultural heritage and technical skills are important elements of the African drumming culture. Understanding the past and what transcends it is the key to plug into the spirit of Djembe.The sessions run in one week – 4 classes of 2 hours.
A total of 8 hours of instructions.
The workshop will end with a special event: a 15min live performance all together (students and teachers)DATES:
Friday, January 8, 10am-12pm
Sunday, January 10, 10am-12pm
Tuesday, January 12, 10am-12pm
Thursday, January 14, 10am-12pm
Live performance: Thursday January 14, in the evening.LOCATION:
Bali Bohemia – Upstair event roomRATES:
(special Covid discounted price)
The drums are provided.BOOKINGS:
Please notice that due to social distancing, we limit the number of participants.
Please secure your spot by message Ubud Drum Class
Or by WhatsApp: +6281339567306 (Catur)
For beginners and intermediates.About the teacher:
Catur is a dynamic world musician from East Java. He plays more than 20 instruments such as strings and flutes but he specialises in drumming traditions from West Africa and Indonesia.
Catur is passionate about uniting traditional music styles, regularly composing and performing works that draw upon traditions from West Africa, India and Indonesia. He performs at major festivals around Indonesia and have studied with master African musicians. Recently, he visited Mali in West-Africa, to deepen his musical knowledge and to experience the traditional context of drumming in the motherland of Djembe.
Catur is very active on the musical scene in Bali and is a regular teacher and performer at Bali Spirit Festival.
(Friday) 10:00 am - 12:00 pm
Jl. Nyuh Bojog Nyuh Kuning