RHYTHM - DRUMMING - TaKeTiNa INTENSIVE - ONE DAY WORKSHOP
Pulse Rhythm Events presents
Rhythm Drumming TakeTiNa 1 full day intensive
DATE: SUNDAY 26th NOVEMBER
Richmond Uniting Church Hall
304 Church st Richmond
In the Church Hall
KUNKPE & BOSAK RETURN
KUNKPE and BOSAK join forces again to present an unparalleled rhythm and percussion intensive one day workshop in Australia for all people interested in rhythm.
We welcome you to a rhythm and drumming experience like no other which will dynamically integrate the body, voice and drumming.
A deep immersion into the fundamental building blocks of rhythm, with polyrhythm / cross rhythm drumming and traditional Ewe rhythms from the Volta Region of Ghana. This one day will be a coninuation of the last 2 day workshop, and is open to all levels.
The course beyond just learning 'patterns', and will offer a unique and accessible entrance into the profound stillness, richness, and creativity that rhythm and drumming unfolds. Drummers, percussionists, instrumentalists, vocalists, performers, dancers of all levels are welcome. The group will be divided into two groups. Limited drums will be supplied and arranged on booking.
KOFI KUNKPE (Ghana) Traditional Master Drummer, Percussionist , Bassist Kofi is an Ewe Master Drummer from the Volta Region of Ghana, West Africa. A keeper of his culture, he also knows and is able to teach the accompanying songs and dances of the rhythms he has mastered. Kofi has performed with some of Melbourne finest African musicians ad run over 100 workshops since moving to the Yarra Valley in Victoria, Australia in 2012.
TANIA BOSAK (Australia)
Tania Bosak is a percussionist, singer, actor and Senior TaKeTiNa teacher. She works actively with the founder of TaKeTiNa Reinhard Flatischler in trainings and workshops, and integrates the TakeTiNa rhythm process with her drumming teaching into a multi-layered, polyrhythm experience physical and vocal experience with her drumming teaching are playing, stepping singing and The course will also include in-depth explorations of additive, polyrhythmic and cross rhythm cycles through stepping, playing percussion & drums and the voice.
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