Tinto Music and Arts present Rhythms of the World Workshops and Live Fundraiser

Over the weekend of Dec 12th-14th 2014 Tinto Music and Arts will host a drumming workshop with Paul John Dear @ Wiston Lodge House stay, cabins and live in vehicle options. Full payment secures you a place. Limited to 25 persons. BOOK HERE Weekend Timings: Fri Dec 12th Arrive if possible for dinner at 6.00pm ( If you are going to be later we can keep food for you  if we know in advance) Drum Tuition 7.30pm – 9.30pm 9.30pm onwards will be time to hang out by the fire, jam, sleep…whatever you want. Sat Dec 13th Breakfast 9.00am Drum Tuition 10.00am-1.00pm Lunch 1.00pm Drum Tuition 2.00pm – 5.00 pm Dinner 6.00pm 7.00pm Decorate and set up the Hall for the evening performance. Bring African inspired fabrics, items if you wish/can. From 8.00pm on Saturday night there will be a  drum and dance performance from AYAWARA with support from a roots line up of the Kajamor Family  and later we can dance the night away to sets from world music DJ’ Josh Duncan. Ayawara are an Afro percussion and dance group based in Glasgow for more than 10 years. They play, and dance to the fantastic and diverse rhythms and songs of traditional West Africa (mainly from the Mandigue culture). The Kajamor Family has it’s roots in the casamance music of serouba and bougarabou. Tickets @ £10 on the door or in advance from Paul 07961 223890/ info@rhythmbridge.com This will be a fantastic weekend and a superb gig. Hope to see you there.

Ayawara in action

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