Nottingham Gamelan group

 Gamelan Nottingham  ‘Naga Lelana’ (Wandering Dragon)

Gamelan workshops may be booked for groups of all ages and abilities with flexible times and dates available.

Contact artbeatcontact@gmail.com  07944 716709

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Coming up!–  Open public workshops in Nottingham with Good Vibrations,

For Adults & ages 12+,

Cost £6/ 5 conc/ sess.

Saturday 25th March  11-1

St Andrews Church, Goldsmiths Street, Nottingham

Saturday 8 April 10.30-12.30

Beeston Resource Centre, Middle Street, Beeston

To book a place  Text  07944 716709  or email  info@good-vibrations.org.uk.

www.good-vibrations.org.uk

No previous musical experience is needed and all instruments are provided. Its a great way to meet new people, try something new, relax, learn about other cultures and develop new skills. Due to the nature of Gamelan music, the sessions are suitable for all levels from complete beginners to professional musicians. No words can describe the experience of seeing and hearing these beautiful hand crafted instruments in real life. The look and sound is unique, its enchanting, mesmeric and relaxing to play and listen to.

A Gamelan is a traditional, large, tuned percussion orchestra made up of drums, giant xylophones and metallaphones along with large hanging Gongs, flutes and stringed instruments that originates from Java and Bali in Indonesia. It is traditionally used to accompany dance and shadow puppet plays as well as entertaining in the courts and palaces.