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Feel the Drumbeat of New Orleans

Feel the Drumbeat of New Orleans

Duration:1 hour total
Includes:Equipment
Languages:Offered in English

About your host

Musician, composer, educator, founder/director AfricaNOLA/CaribNola, & performance ensembles Africa Brass, Kora Konnection, African/Zydeco Revue,etc. Mr. Klein’s many years of African & Caribbean drumming has taken him to festivals worldwide,where he shared the stage with many talented local and international artists. Additionally, Mr. Klein has shared his love for African & Caribbean music with…
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About AfricaNola with nonprofit fiscal agent National Performance Network

AfricaNola's mission is to preserve and share the cultural connections between West Africa, the Caribbean, and New Orleans which have been richly intertwined in our cities heritage for the past 300 years. Since our inception in 2007 we have organized multiple festivals, workshops, classes,etc. & have performed throughout the region at festivals, nite clubs, schools,and community centers.
This is a social impact experience where 100% of what you pay for this experience goes to AfricaNola with nonprofit fiscal agent National Performance Network. .

What we’ll do

1. Short get to know each other group interaction, introductions, Q&A 2. In depth historical background of Congo Square/Armstrong Park as we walk thru the park focusing on New Orleans AfroCaribbean heritage, its influence on jazz, brass bands, Mardi Gras Indians.etc. and how AfroCaribbean drum and dance are still a big part of present day New Orleans culture. Having studied West African culture…

What else you should know

Keep in mind there are no bathroom facilities in the park, but there are a couple of restaurants across the street.

What I’ll provide

Equipment
Cultural guide with drums

What to bring

water
comfortable clothing, hat, sunscreen
comfortable foot wear

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Where you'll be

Louis Armstrong Park Just outside the french quarter, home of the Mahalia Jackson Theater and Municipal Auditorium. Many historical statues and sculptures including Louis Armstrong, Mahalia Jackson, and many more. Congo Square A sacred space within Armstrong Park, Congo Square was first home to Native Americans of the region and then the main gathering space for enslaved Africans to play drums, sing, dance and share their culture.

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Cancellation policy

Any experience can be canceled and fully refunded within 24 hours of purchase.

Communication policy

Always communicate through Airbnb. To protect your payment, never transfer money or communicate outside of the Airbnb website or app.

Guest requirements

Up to 12 guests ages 12 and up can attend.

More tips

Keep in mind there are no bathroom facilities in the park, but there are a couple of restaurants across the street.
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music lesson
Feel the Drumbeat of New Orleans
2 reviews
₹1,799 per person
2 reviews
₹1,799 per person