Triangles, bananas filled with beans and the xylophone – remember those?Triangles, plastic bananas filled with beans and the classic xylophone – music room cupboards were pretty great. So much so a classroom instruments workshop was called for!
They have a lot of love for multi-percussionist Jo May here at Antidote, who’s teaching experience stretches from Senegal to folk festivals, with djembe drums to playing the spoons. And as they also have a lot of love for all those weird and wonderful instruments hidden in the back of the music cupboard, this session is all about picking up a little tune from where you left off in school with some sweet tuition from Jo. You can expect a fair amount of playful noise culminating in a classroom instrument jam.
Tone deaf very welcome.
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