Special Arts and Creativity Events/Concerts

Djembe Drum Classes with Linda Marie
Tuesdays, under the oak tree.

Please follow social distancing guidelines and bring a mask.  

African Drum Class  every Tuesday 4:00 5:00 pm with LindaMarie - More advanced students welcome.

 

A West African goblet-shaped drum popular at Drum Circles.  Next: May 18th - The Beat Goes On  - We'll learn Black Mamba. It was inspired By Gumboot Dancing from South Africa. I learned this rhythm from Bobby Bovenzi.  

 

Class $10 Instructor: Linda Marie  - $10 drop in. 941-228-3434 DrumEnglewood@gmail.com 

 

Here's a link to the new facebook event page: https://www.facebook.com/events/500125454678809/

 

 

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Linda Marie has been playing & teaching the Tar Frame Drum for 6 years. She combines studies from her teachers, Layne Redmond, Glen Valez, Inanna, and River Gueguerian to create a well-rounded program that will easily have you playing and loving this drum. Other drum classes will be scheduled soon!

Frame drums were played chiefly by women in the ancient Middle East, Greece and Rome and reached medieval Europe through Islamic culture. It is one of the earliest drums you can find in images or text sources. As women discover their history, and the importance they once held in Matriarchal times, the frame drum has seen a resurgence in popularity. I will be teaching the Tar, which is an Arabic drum commonly played in the Middle East and North Africa. All cultures have a frame drum, which has a drumhead wider than its’ depth. From the bodhran in Ireland to a Native American drum to a Daf in Iran to a Tamburello in Italy, these are all considered frame drums

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