Thursday 22 September: Royal Northern College of Music, Carnival

Posted in African Drumming Workshops, Previous Performances, Uncategorized on October 14, 2011 by John Tullo | Leave a comment »

The Royal Northern College of Music realises that their students appreciate diverse musical experiences, complementing the classical style of learning on which RNCM’s reputation is built. Having worked for several years with RNCM, delivering short djembe projects for students and staff, our performance troupe Tanante were delighted to be invited to kick start the new term. The RNCM “Carnival” was a perfect place for students old and new to meet, and our rhythms added to the party atmosphere…

Special thanks to our amazing dancer Diene Sagna for adding an extra hot flavour to the performance! The RNCM event programming has increasingly reflected their commitment to showcasing music from Africa, with artists such as Toumani Diabate and Baaba maal. We’re proud to continue our work with the RNCM and look forward to returning in November for our next djembe workshop.

One Response to Thursday 22 September: Royal Northern College of Music, Carnival

  1. Dee Dee says:

    These guys are amazing! They were the perfect opener to our freshers’ carnival 2011. Full of energy, excitement and rhythmic to blast your socks off. The dancers were spicy hot and really added to the visual excitement. Thanks so much guys-good luck and see you soon I hope! X

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