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Talking Drum: Ancestral Connection and Memory

A free, public heritage talk presented by IRIE! dance theatre’s Talking Drum heritage project

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Talking Drum: Ancestral Connection and Memory
Talking Drum: Ancestral Connection and Memory

Time & Location

13 May 2024, 6:00 pm – 7:30 pm

London, Fordham Park, Angus St, London SE14 6LU, UK

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About the event

Master drummer Nicky Reid will talk about the drumming methodologies he uses in educational settings to enable a beginner to be able to understand how to discover various tonal ranges on a drum. Examples will be taken from African and Caribbean drumming traditions. The talk will incorporate a short workshop and Q&A.

Nicky Reid aims to promote, develop and sustain ideas and initiatives to advance African and Caribbean drumming through the use of workshops, discussions, demonstrations, performances in both the formal education and community networks. Leading workshops has taken Nicky as far afield as Zimbabwe, South Africa, Ethiopia, Jamaica, Brazil, Germany, Holland and throughout the United Kingdom.

Date: Monday 13th May

Time: 6.00-7.30pm

Venue: Moonshot Centre, Angus Street, New Cross, London SE14 6LU

Registration: The talk is free to attend.

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    A free, public heritage talk presented by IRIE! dance theatre’s Talking Drum heritage project Master drummer Nicky Reid will talk about the drumming methodologies he uses in educational settings to enable a beginner to be able to understand how to discover various tonal ranges on a drum. Examples will be taken from African and Caribbean drumming traditions. The talk will incorporate a short workshop and Q&A.

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