Daf intermediate level with Reza Samani
Tamburi 2-Days A2
05.- 06.08.2020, 6-9 pm CET (Central European Time)
Including "Tamburi Channel" 01.-06.08.2020: daily framework programme from 2 pm!
|Lecturer:||Reza Samani (Iran / Germany)
Next to the Persian Daf, which he plays with his different ensembles (amongst others the internationally renowned ensemble Zarbang), he is also familiar with instruments like the Udu, the Tombak and frame drums.
The Iranian percussionist, now living for several years in Germany, will introduce basic techniques on the Persian Daf in this course. Furthermore, he will show different playing postures as well as different oriental rhythms.
The workshop also addresses to participants with further knowledge in Daf practice, who would like to deepen it or like to get new stimulation and broaden their knowledge.
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|Level:||intermediate: good experience in frame drum / daf playing
- Lessons are held via zoom meeting. Some days before the start of the lessons we offer a free introduction into zoom. After registration we will send you more information.
- You will get the zoom link for your lessons via email at 31st of July 2020.
- The programme overview of the daily Tamburi Channel will be published from 20th July on www.tamburimundi.com
If you have any further questions, please contact us at email@example.com.
Watch the different time zones for the participation in the Tamburi Mundi online-program:
- Lessons A1 / B1 / C1: Start 10.00am (Central European Time) Freiburg/Germany
- „Tamburi Channel“ framework program: Start 14.00pm (Central European Time) Freiburg/Germany
- Lessons A2 / B2 / C2: Start 18.00pm (Central European Time) Freiburg/Germany (lessons)
Time zones for some other cities/countries:
Canada (Pacific Standard Time) – 9 hours earlier
New York City – 6 hours earlier
America Sao Paolo – 5 hours earlier
Morocco/ Algeria -1 hour ealier
UK - 1 hour ealier
Asia/Jerusalem – 1 hour later
Moskow – 1 hour later
Asia/Hong Kong – 6 hours later
China/Beijing - 6 hours later
Western Australia – 6 hours later
Asia/Tokyo – 7 hours later