Location: Rolph Playground, SF (Cesar Chavez and Potrero, entrance on Hampshire and 26th)
Bongo teaches traditional rhythms from Guinea, West Africa. Students will learn different accompanying parts for the djembe as well as solo technique. Students interested in playing dunduns (the foundational drums for the rhythm, played with sticks) will have a chance to learn kenkeni, sanban, and dundunba parts for the rhythms introduced in class.
Bring your drum (a conga drum or bucket will do in a pinch) and a chair. If you want to borrow a drum for class, email Bongo at email@example.com and bring $5 cash (a schlepping fee).
Be sure to also bring your mask! Masks are required to be worn over nose and mouth during the entire class if you want to attend.