Bring Master African drummer Mohamed Bangoura to Hamilton

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Bring Master African Drummer Mohamed Bangoura To Hamilton

Project 2015-07-31 12:57:59 +1200

This Campaign is to bring Mohamad Bangoura to Hamilton to teach a day workshop of Traditional African Drum and Dance.

This workshop will explore rhythm and dance and the deeper aspects of African village music We will work towards creating a performance on Saturday 19th September

Mohamed Bangoura "Bangouraké" - Master Drummer and Teacher in traditional Guinean Music

He is described in Guinea as the man with “Hands of Fire”, “the Lion of Matam”, already regarded by many connoisseurs as one of the best amongst the Master Drummers of this world. His life totally dedicated to the music and his traditions, mesmerizing audiences with his out of this world skills, talent, power and virtuosity. Bangouraké is a true master through initiation and ability. These new workshops are based around Back to the Roots of African village music.

Mohamed was born in Guinea, West Africa in a village called Bourramya-Koubya. This village is a few hours north of the capital, Conakry. Mohamed started to play at the age of 5 years old and has always been surrounded by music throughout his life. Mohamed was a member of the international acclaimed "Percussion de Guineé" and other National Ballet Ensembles based in Conakry.

To be taught by this master is a must!!

The Workshop will be on Saturday September the 19th at the celebrating age centre from 10:00 am - 5:00 pm

A number of drums are available to use for the workshop, but please let us know if you require one so that we can coalate numbers.

If you would like to support this event please click on a pledge listed down the right hand side of the page. The $80 pledge is the option that will give you admission to the Workshop on the 19th of September.

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Pledgers 15

Ken McNeil
2015-09-11 13:30:52 +1200
Aaron Staats
2015-08-29 22:14:03 +1200
fungai mhlanga
2015-08-24 21:55:13 +1200

"Awesome African drumming event for all to enjoy"

Aarrron Rivers
2015-08-21 22:12:37 +1200

"Thanks for the invite"

Lana Kong
2015-08-18 20:49:27 +1200
Deanna
2015-08-18 08:41:39 +1200

"Looking forward to it!"

steven
2015-08-13 09:13:38 +1200
Alex Keegan
2015-08-13 09:07:23 +1200
Vicky Finlayson
2015-08-09 19:05:41 +1200
Bernadette Clark
2015-08-09 18:17:47 +1200
Fiona McNabb
2015-08-09 09:38:05 +1200
star sherret
2015-08-06 13:55:44 +1200

"What a fab opportunity - thank you Nathan!"

Amanda Waugh
2015-08-05 21:50:09 +1200

"Sooo excited for this!!! "

Nathan Bregmen
2015-08-05 20:59:06 +1200
Theresa Kiff
2015-08-05 20:56:35 +1200

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Bring Master African Drummer Mohamed Bangoura To Hamilton

Project 2015-07-31 12:57:59 +1200

This Campaign is to bring Mohamad Bangoura to Hamilton to teach a day workshop of Traditional African Drum and Dance.

This workshop will explore rhythm and dance and the deeper aspects of African village music We will work towards creating a performance on Saturday 19th September

Mohamed Bangoura "Bangouraké" - Master Drummer and Teacher in traditional Guinean Music

He is described in Guinea as the man with “Hands of Fire”, “the Lion of Matam”, already regarded by many connoisseurs as one of the best amongst the Master Drummers of this world. His life totally dedicated to the music and his traditions, mesmerizing audiences with his out of this world skills, talent, power and virtuosity. Bangouraké is a true master through initiation and ability. These new workshops are based around Back to the Roots of African village music.

Mohamed was born in Guinea, West Africa in a village called Bourramya-Koubya. This village is a few hours north of the capital, Conakry. Mohamed started to play at the age of 5 years old and has always been surrounded by music throughout his life. Mohamed was a member of the international acclaimed "Percussion de Guineé" and other National Ballet Ensembles based in Conakry.

To be taught by this master is a must!!

The Workshop will be on Saturday September the 19th at the celebrating age centre from 10:00 am - 5:00 pm

A number of drums are available to use for the workshop, but please let us know if you require one so that we can coalate numbers.

If you would like to support this event please click on a pledge listed down the right hand side of the page. The $80 pledge is the option that will give you admission to the Workshop on the 19th of September.

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Hey! Thanks for checking out this project.

We haven't made any updates yet, follow us if you want to be notified when we do.

Ken McNeil
2015-09-11 13:30:52 +1200
Aaron Staats
2015-08-29 22:14:03 +1200
fungai mhlanga
2015-08-24 21:55:13 +1200

"Awesome African drumming event for all to enjoy"

Aarrron Rivers
2015-08-21 22:12:37 +1200

"Thanks for the invite"

Lana Kong
2015-08-18 20:49:27 +1200
Deanna
2015-08-18 08:41:39 +1200

"Looking forward to it!"

steven
2015-08-13 09:13:38 +1200
Alex Keegan
2015-08-13 09:07:23 +1200
Vicky Finlayson
2015-08-09 19:05:41 +1200
Bernadette Clark
2015-08-09 18:17:47 +1200
Fiona McNabb
2015-08-09 09:38:05 +1200
star sherret
2015-08-06 13:55:44 +1200

"What a fab opportunity - thank you Nathan!"

Amanda Waugh
2015-08-05 21:50:09 +1200

"Sooo excited for this!!! "

Nathan Bregmen
2015-08-05 20:59:06 +1200
Theresa Kiff
2015-08-05 20:56:35 +1200

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This campaign was successful and got its funding on 12/09/2015 at 5:00 PM.