Black History Month: Samba Drumming Workshop
Come and learn to play the Afro-Brazilian rhythms of Samba at this lively carnival drumming workshop.
- From: Friday 23 October 2020, 5.30 pm
- To: Friday 23 October 2020, 6.30 pm
- Location: University Hall, Shakespeare Street, Nottingham, NG1 4FQ
- Cost: Free
- Download this event to your calendar
Taking place at University Hall, City Campus with online Zoom available (a link will be sent on the day for those who've registered).
Free - open to all NTU Students
Samba music is loud, fun, dynamic and full of energy and life, but it has a dark history. It originates from Africa, when people were taken to Brazil to work as slaves in the mines and sugar plantations and they brought aspects of their musical culture with them. The music was once banned in Brazil but is now recognised as a fundamental part of the nation's identity and world famous in the Carnival celebrations.
This introduction to Samba drumming workshop will explore the cultural roots of Samba and Samba Reggae as well as learning to play the music as part of a group.
Join this hands on session with the traditional instruments provided or join in from home via internet with items easily found in the home!
This event takes place as part of NTU's Black History Month celebrations.
If you would like more information email the NTU Music team, visit the NTU Music Centre, or telephone 0115 848 4570.