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Intricate rhythms blend traditional kpalogo drums, djembe, kora, and balafone with exciting vocals, guitar riffs, and horn lines, creating a new musical force a sound which connects him with his audiences and inspires even the most reserved listener to get up and dance and sing along.
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“Just wanted to thank you for a fantastic experience on Tuesday. We were ALL just thrilled with the workshop – it was fabulous. The children, carers and those of us from the office were joined in a morning of pure joy and we all got so much out of it on so many different levels.
You made us feel like one big family!!!”
Lyn Kerr
Family Day Care Fieldworker - Central Metro

Suitable for:

  • Multicultural days
  • Global event days
  • Harmony days
  • Drama projects
  • Music appreciation
  • Advanced percussion workshops for music students
  • Uniting and uplifting students and staff
  • After school & vacation care
  • Stress relief
  • Special needs students

“In Ghana we can use the drum to prepare… to relax, to focus and to refresh the mind. Drumming switches on your brain.” Bortier Okoe, Master Drummer, Ghana

African Soul delivers a variety of programmes and workshops for schools individually tailored to suit your specific needs. Our professional facilitators ensure that all participants learn valuable skills such as listening, teamwork and creativity whilst at the same time having fun.

Our facilitators can also talk with students about acceptance and multiculturalism, and discuss the importance of music in our own community, promoting unity and encouraging cultural awareness.

Workshops can include a combination of:

  • Performance – high energy African drum and dance show
  • Drumming – everyone gets their own African drum
  • Dancing – traditional African dance
  • Movement - fun & physical
  • Singing – vocal release through African singing and chanting
  • Call & response – drum rhythms, vocal phrases and basic movement
  • Cultural discussion
  • African story telling
  • Question and answer time