Emily Bryant

Zimbabwean Music workshop leader

Based in
Hove, Brighton and Hove, United Kingdom
Also teaches in Brighton, Devon, Dundee, Hove, London, Penzance
Emily Bryant | Zimbabwean Music workshop leader

Rates: Dependant on group size

Make an enquiry Phone: 07841 705870

I am a teacher and performer
of the Zimbabwean mbira, taught by
mbira player and lecturer Chartwell

I live in Brighton where I play
solo and also as part of folk/pop quintet
The Beautiful Word.

(Listen at www.thebeautifulword.co.uk)

I am available to teach mbira individually,
in a workshop environment or at festivals. Festival
experience includes African Drum Village (Glen Isla)
and Rhythm and Grooves (Hebden Bridge).

About the Mbira

The mbira is a sacred instrument of Zimbabwe,
played by striking the thumbs upon metal keys.

The mbira can be soothing, meditative and
very much unintrusive. When played in an ensemble
however, or at a traditional ceremony (known as a
bira) mbira music can be one of the most uplifting,
rhythmic sounds around.

Group Classes

FREE Zimbabwean Music Taster

This is a FREE taster session for people interested in learning more about the mbira and Zimbabwean music. Join in for singing and playing. All ages and abilities welcome! Ring for more information: 07841 705870.

It's a: 
The Werks
Portland Road, Hove, United Kingdom
Date and time: 
13th August 3-5pm


Aimed at: Beginner, Intermediate and Advanced.

Make an enquiry Phone: 07841 705870

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