African Rhythm Sundays at DrumConnection
experiences you will never forget!
Namory is a very tallented drummer from Sangbaralla, Guinea where he apprenticed with his uncle, the legendary Famoudou Konaté. Namory is known for his love of his village, his respect for traditional music, and his infectious smile and joy of life. I know you will feel right at home with Namory.
I've known Namory since the old days in Guinea and we've spent many times together. As with all DrumConnection instructors, I am so pleased to have him join our staff. And to be able to present such a consistantly high level of instruction makes all the hard work pay off for you, the students of the drum.
If you will join us on this 6-week drumming adventure, you are sure to have the time of your life studdying the 'real deal' with the young master. You will be filled with not only rhythm and history, but a joy that you will carry with you throughout the week and maybe your life!
African Rhythm Sundays with Namory, Moussa or Issa - the BEST!
Begins Sunday, July 5, 2015 ~ August 9, 2015
5:00pm - 7:00pm (6 weeks) $165.-
Extraordinary classes that capture the pure essence of Africa and her rhythms, songs and movements!
Namory Keita, Moussa or Issa will be teaching the classes. Come on out and see how great a drum class and experience can be!
Moussa Traore was born and raised in Mali, West Africa. He has been playing the djembe for over thirty years, and in 1984, he was deemed a "master" by Sega Cisse. Since moving to the U.S., Moussa has continued to distinguish himself as a highly respected teacher and performer.
Issa Coulibaly born and raised in Mali, has been with Drumconnection for about 10 years. He has helped us become known worldwide and continues to work with our students to help them be the best!
Limited space. Registration required. You should be able to play some djembe for this class. Preregistration Required. Register online or call us for more info.
Video of Djaa Rhythm and Dance on a day in Sangbarala, Guinea
From our friends at DrumRoots!