San Francisco, California
London, United Kingdom
100 Sekeres presents
Spring Session of How to Play Sekere
April 30-June 18, 2013 7:30-9:30PM
$65 for (8) weeks Single Classes $10
An African Hand percussive instrument made from a gourd strung with beads, nuts, shells or seeds.
Today Sekeres are played in bands, drum circles, parades, choirs, worship celebrations, live concerts and festivals all over the world. The music of sekere is known to have a positive healing affect. Portable, fun and a a delight to all who experience its sound.
In (8) weeks, MaYe and the members of 100 Sekeres will take you through a process of physical body warmup, hand techniques, and patterns applying 4/4,6/8,3/2 and 2/3 rhythms to your sekere.
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If you have any questions, please feel free to email Ma'Ye at YeyeOlori@facebook.com
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When & Where
Egbe Sekere of Atlanta / Obini Sekere
Egbe Sekere of Atlanta is the brainchild of Iya Yeye Olori Oriyomi,"Ma'Ye", best known as the Sekere Woman of Atlanta. She is a Yoruba Priestess who has traveled throughout the U.S. and Africa as a Sekere percussionist, educator, performing artist, playwright and dance/theatre instructor.
Sekere (Shay-ka-ray) is an African hand dpercussive instrument made from a gourd strung with Beads, nuts, shells or seeds.Today, Sekeres are played in bands, drum circles, parades, choirs, worship celebrations, live concerts and festivals all over the world. (CHEKERE/SHEKERE)
Egbe Sekere of Atlanta is dedicated to the celebration of life and preservation of cultural traditions among all people from the Diaspora. The music of the Sekere is known to have a positive, healing effect and it is often used for praise and celebration throughout the world. Sekeres has a history, a language and voice in the genres of conga, agogo bell, talking drum and djundjun families found in West Africa and the Caribbean Islands.
Egbe Sekere of Atlanta is an affirmation in ACTION.Our mission is to create great Sekere music as a tool of enlightenment to unify, then solidify our communities. Egbe Sekere of Atlanta is a call for the local and global world to pay attention and take action to keep the ARTS in our educational systems. Our goal is to encourage humanity to live in the positive realm of tomorrow by joining together today in the spirit of peace, love and life.
If anyone is interested in training and/or supporting Egbe Sekere of Atlanta or interested in Project 100, please feel free to contact Mama Yeye 404-759-0846 Egbe Sekere of Atlanta is available for performances, youth and adult workshops (schools, churches, community centers, etc.) and private tutoring.
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