Mindfulness African Drumming Session for Adults
A Welsh Coal Mining Experience: Rhondda Heritage Park in partnership with Abass at One-Drum, have an exciting event for you on 27th October 2021 7pm-8pm.
Why not celebrate Black History Month by learning about the traditions of Ghanaian music and drumming?
The event is free and you can book here:
Abass will share the joy and happiness of African rhythm using mindfulness techniques, drumming demonstration and body percussion.
This Mindfulness African Drumming Session is a brilliant way to celebrate the traditions of Ghanaian music and drumming.
Abass Dodoo – Master Drummer, was born in Nsawam (a town in south Ghana), into a famous family of drummers.
At the age of 6yrs, he was inspired by his grandmother “Abiba Okailey Ablah”, the mother of the Ghanaian famous master drummer, “Mustapha Tettey Addy”, as she taught him drumming by singing traditional rhythms.
He works full time as a musician, providing authentic African music, Jazz rhythms and improvisation.
For the workshop we encourage you to bring along something that can make a sound and be prepared to use your bodies as instruments by clapping and stomping.
We aim to ensure lots of enjoyment and fun along with information on drumming and African culture embracing the celebration of Black History Month.
The workshop will take part on Zoom, all participants must order a place. If you all live in the same house then you can use one device for the session.
This event is provided in thanks to funding from the Federation or Museums and Art Galleries of Wales and The Culture and Sport Division, Welsh Government.
Find out more about One-Drum.
Take look at Abass in action