African Music at the Pitt Rivers Museum
Play the interlocking rhythms and melodies of the giant Ugandan embaire xylophone with a team of up to 10 players per instrument and add voices, drums and panpipes; Discover the contexts of music in Africa from the Zimbabwean mbira to the kora from Mali, and explore polyrhythm, pentatonic scales, and call and response.
Secondary Music workshops
- key stage: 3, 4 or 5
- maximum group size: 22
- duration: 90 minutes
- times: Mon pm, Tue am or pm
- venue: Pitt Rivers Museum
To book telephone 01865 270927 or email firstname.lastname@example.org
The suggested donation for each taught session is £65.
Primary music sessions are also available.