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Drumming Circle – Forest Row
July 11 @ 7:00 pm - 8:30 pm
An event every week that begins at 7:00 pm on Thursday, repeating until December 5, 2019
Details of Upcoming Public Drumming Events
WEEKLY DRUMMING CIRCLE
NO DRUMMING ON THE FOLLOWING DATES:
Time: 7pm to 8:30pm
Venue: Holy Trinity Church Hall, Lewes Rd, Forest Row, RH18 5AF
Contact: Somesh 07950964670
I just want to say a BIG thank you to Somesh for his wonderful drumming workshop on Saturday. Everyone really enjoyed it. Lots of ayeyas! throughout the day afterward. It was a pleasure to have you a part of the hen Somesh, you where most welcome” Emma
“A brilliant, electrifying and high impact session. An unforgettable experience which has definitely left us with a buzz! It was amazing how a group of people that have never tried this sort of thing before can get together to make ‘sweet music’. Somesh is a fantastic and inspiring teacher. I am looking forward to being able to use him again, in order that others can share this wonderful experience too.” Nadia
Somesh was born in Johannesburg and started drumming at the age of 24 at the local Greenside Drum Cafe. He Learned drumming rhythms from various teachers in South Africa before relocating to London in 1997, where he started teaching drumming and running his own drum circle’s after taking part in a Drum Circle Facilitation course by Arthur Hull ‘Drum Circle Guru’. He was so inspired by the power of the drum and traveled to Hawaii in 2001 to take Advanced Facilitation Training with Arthur Hull.
Somesh founded the company Drum Jam in 2001 and went on to facilitate thousands of groups from nursery school kids to over a thousand corporate executives at a time and performing in front of nearly 10,000 people in Barcelona. Somesh has also been featured in a number of news articles and on BBC Television.
Somesh has travelled to the West African Countries of Guinnea, Senegal, Ghana & Gambia to find the true teachings from the authentic African master drummers. Since then he has studied with Mamady Keita (Guinea), Yaw Asumadu (Ghana), Sekou Keita (Senegal), Nansady Keita (Guinea), Dembele Sidiki (Ivory Coast) and a number of other fantastic West African drummers.
He has a passion for teaching drumming to beginners and spreading the message of the drum through connection and inspiration in a fun and accessible way. He loves nothing more than the joy that drumming brings to young and old alike.
More info at http://www.happydrums.co.uk