Drumming Workshop with African Master Dr. Djo Bi
Dr. Djo Bi
Dr. Djo Bi, an African drum master from the Ivory Coast and the developer of the Topalan technique, will lead a drumming workshop from 11 a.m. to 12:30 p.m., June 10, at the House of Gaia, in Naples.
Open to all levels, the class will cover basic, intermediate and advanced techniques demonstrated on the djembe, an African drum, including popular Ivory Coast rhythms Zaouli, Tchatcha, Topalon and others. Bi travels the world to hold workshops teaching hand drumming and African dance.
Cost: $25. Location: 1660 Trade Center Way, Ste 1. For more information or to register (recommended), call 239-272-6152.
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