Join amazing performer Koffie Fugah for a small fee and have a fun weekend learning West African Drumming and Dance.
Experience something new with a welcoming group of people. Koffie Fugah is a master drummer, dancer and story-teller from Ghana. He has been performing and teaching traditional African songs, dance and drumming for over 20 years. In 2013 he migrated to New Zealand and founded the Kadodo West African Drum and Dance School. For the past 5 years, as Kadodo’s Artistic Director, he has been facilitating drum and dance workshops for schools, community, and corporate clients all over New Zealand. His life-long passion is sharing the love of his culture with people and encouraging them to use music to express themselves joyfully.
Camping available- Dormitory Style, $130 per person for two nights accommodation which includes all dance and drum classes. Day attendance $30 per workshop or pay $50 for the two days per person, daily drum hire available for $5. Ngoni and Yoga classes - please indicate your interest at booking.
Supported by Creative Communities South Taranaki. Open to all ages and experience. Eltham Presbytarian Camp is in beautiful South Taranaki. 30 Bridger Place, Eltham. An amazing little campground with dormitory style accommodation. There is a little river that is perfect for a drumming circle around a bonfire if the weather is kind to us. Otherwise there is a Hall for the group activities away from the elements. Communal kitchen available for your use.
Please bring your own bedding – ideally a fitted sheet, pillow and sleeping bag or you are you can hire some for $15 but you will need to request this a week prior to coming. Don’t forget to pack your own towel.