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La Bomba is a rhythm, and percussion project for women who wish to learn drumming styles and be involved in performances across the region. The programme takes the participant on a global journey through rhythm, and allows them to experience the power of the drum. Commencing in Latin America we travel to distant lands where the drum speaks loudest.
La Bomba is an experiment in rhythm and uses drums and percussion in sync with our bodies developing a powerful percussion orchestra that will present work in exciting settings across the region. You don’t need any prior knowledge of drumming to get involved in La Bomba - Just bring your energy and enthusiasm, and we will provide the rest!
7.00pm - 9.00pm, Every Thursday to book or for more information contact: maya@onelatinculture.com or call 0151 702 9039
DRUM & RHYTHM WORKSHOPS for WOMEN
Projects
VIVA
Latinismo a Film Project
ONE LATIN CULTURE is committed to developing creative projects to engage the Latin American community, young people and partner organisations from across the region. As the organisation grows it is developing new projects to ensure that it is incorporating a wide range of people. We aim to develop a series of projects throughout the next twelve months with a Song from Home, La Bomba and MoJam as well as production of music projects with local artists.
The Core young people will research what it means to be Latin America in today's Britain and produce a short film about their dreams, experiences and backgrounds as well as those of their friends.
As part of the decade of Well Being, One Latin Culture are delivering an exciting new project that brings together children and young people from both the Latin American and the local community who will come together for a series of workshops focusing on popular and traditional dances and music from Latin America. The project will culminate in a public performance in the museum of Liverpool Life and a community performance in Liverpool 8. This will be a unique chance for participants to learn about popular and traditional dances and music from countries such as Bolivia, Chile, Colombia, Costa Rica and Peru. Many of the children and young people involved originate from these countries and this will be a chance for them to connect with their roots. The project will also be a chance for local children and young people to experience dances and music not freely available and give them a chance to experience something unique. The project will focus on wellbeing and ensure that the participants are part of a positive and constructive experience where they learn new skills and have chance to learn about the wider world.