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🔸🔶 HA MEEM EVENTS 🔶🔸

Ha Meem Events in collaboration with Jewels of Inshad

Presents

DARBUKA CIRCLE

🔸 Fortnightly
🔸 Ages 14+ / Adults
🔸 1hrs 30 mins per session
🔸 Darbuka Training - Learn to play the historically renowned Arabic drum
🔸 Includes hiring of drums
🔸 £10 per session
🔸 Details of all levels on website

📆 Every Other Sunday | 🕗 15:30 - 5pm (Every Fortnight)

🏠 Ha Meem Foundation | Inglenook Sipson Lane | West Drayton | UB7 0JG

Overview
The Jewels of Inshad ”Darbuka Circle” is intended to be a practice session that is run on a regular basis in order to allow people of all skill levels to come together and create great rhythms. The benefit of an open circle is that people of all skill levels can gather and practice in a supervised manner. For example, less experienced players can be assigned more simple beats to play, such as the core beat of a rhythm. More experienced players can then play more advanced beats over the core rhythm. The collective playing element is highly rewarding, as players gain experience playing with other musicians, keeping rhythms going and examining others’ techniques in order to better their own.

Each player will be assigned a level, which is relative to their current position within the experience structure. As they demonstrate the required skills of their current level, they will be permitted to move to the next level. It is important to ensure that players master a level before they progress, so as to ensure they are building new techniques off strong foundations.

Upcoming events (5+)

Fortnightly Darbuka Circle

Ha Meem Foundation

£10.00

The Jewels of Inshad ”Darbuka Circle” is intended to be a practice session that is run on a regular basis in order to allow people of all skill levels to come together and create great rhythms. The benefit of an open circle is that people of all skill levels can gather and practice in a supervised manner. For example, less experienced players can be assigned more simple beats to play, such as the core beat of a rhythm. More experienced players can then play more advanced beats over the core rhythm. The collective playing element is highly rewarding, as players gain experience playing with other musicians, keeping rhythms going and examining others’ techniques in order to better their own. Each player will be assigned a level, which is relative to their current position within the experience structure. As they demonstrate the required skills of their current level, they will be permitted to move to the next level. It is important to ensure that players master a level before they progress, so as to ensure they are building new techniques off strong foundations.

Fortnightly Darbuka Circle

Ha Meem Foundation

£10.00

The Jewels of Inshad ”Darbuka Circle” is intended to be a practice session that is run on a regular basis in order to allow people of all skill levels to come together and create great rhythms. The benefit of an open circle is that people of all skill levels can gather and practice in a supervised manner. For example, less experienced players can be assigned more simple beats to play, such as the core beat of a rhythm. More experienced players can then play more advanced beats over the core rhythm. The collective playing element is highly rewarding, as players gain experience playing with other musicians, keeping rhythms going and examining others’ techniques in order to better their own. Each player will be assigned a level, which is relative to their current position within the experience structure. As they demonstrate the required skills of their current level, they will be permitted to move to the next level. It is important to ensure that players master a level before they progress, so as to ensure they are building new techniques off strong foundations.

Fortnightly Darbuka Circle

Ha Meem Foundation

£10.00

The Jewels of Inshad ”Darbuka Circle” is intended to be a practice session that is run on a regular basis in order to allow people of all skill levels to come together and create great rhythms. The benefit of an open circle is that people of all skill levels can gather and practice in a supervised manner. For example, less experienced players can be assigned more simple beats to play, such as the core beat of a rhythm. More experienced players can then play more advanced beats over the core rhythm. The collective playing element is highly rewarding, as players gain experience playing with other musicians, keeping rhythms going and examining others’ techniques in order to better their own. Each player will be assigned a level, which is relative to their current position within the experience structure. As they demonstrate the required skills of their current level, they will be permitted to move to the next level. It is important to ensure that players master a level before they progress, so as to ensure they are building new techniques off strong foundations.

Fortnightly Darbuka Circle

Ha Meem Foundation

£10.00

The Jewels of Inshad ”Darbuka Circle” is intended to be a practice session that is run on a regular basis in order to allow people of all skill levels to come together and create great rhythms. The benefit of an open circle is that people of all skill levels can gather and practice in a supervised manner. For example, less experienced players can be assigned more simple beats to play, such as the core beat of a rhythm. More experienced players can then play more advanced beats over the core rhythm. The collective playing element is highly rewarding, as players gain experience playing with other musicians, keeping rhythms going and examining others’ techniques in order to better their own. Each player will be assigned a level, which is relative to their current position within the experience structure. As they demonstrate the required skills of their current level, they will be permitted to move to the next level. It is important to ensure that players master a level before they progress, so as to ensure they are building new techniques off strong foundations.

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Fortnightly Darbuka Circle

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