Fwd: Percussion Workshop this Friday with Dudu Fuentes of Rio's bloco Bangalafumenga

From: Nattalia
Sent on: Monday, September 26, 2011 3:54 PM

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Date: September 26,[masked]:51:08 PM CDT
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Subject: Percussion Workshop this Friday with Dudu Fuentes of Rio's bloco Bangalafumenga

Oi, Nattalia:  Pode passar essa informacao aos grupos?  Obrigada!  Quem quiser mais informacao ou registrar pelo workshop pode mandar e-mail pra mim: [address removed]
 
Master percussionist and Rio's Bangalafumenga bateria director Dudu Fuentes is coming to Chicago in September! 

What: Percussion workshop with Dudu Fuentes
          Dudu will focus on teaching the basic ride, intros, outros and breaks for one percussive piece.  After a workshop with Dudu, any group of accomplished drummers can expect to have a nearly finished product ready to fine tune and present to its audience in fairly short order.

When: Friday, September 30, 2011
           7:30 p.m. to 9:30 p.m.

Where: Quilombo Cultural Center
            1753 North Kimball Avenue

Cost: $25 with pre-registration
$30 at the door
 
Some percussion experience necessary.  Instruments are available for use but if you have a snare drum, tamborim, agogo or surdo, please feel free to bring.
 
Dudu's most recent teachings in California:  http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=CRE7Rl7Bph0
 
About Dudu Fuentes:

Dudu is one of the founders of one of Rio's largest blocos, Bangalafumenga. His special interest and area of expertise is adapting folkloric rhythms such as ciranda, côco, makulelê, ijexá to create fresh arrangements of popular or original songs, creating a new movement in the evolution of Brazilian music.

Bangalafumenga is one of two major groups (the other being Monobloco) that is largely responsible for the current renaissance of interest in Brazilian folkloric music and culture among the young people in Rio de Janeiro.  Fifteen years ago, Lapa, the former bohemian area of Rio, was abandoned and falling apart. These days, on summer weekends in Rio, largely due to the work of people like Dudu, Lapa is filled with hip, young Brazilians returning to and adoring their own culture.

For more info on Dudu and Banga: http://www.banga.com.br/


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