Harmonies Workshop by The Flourishing Well | Saturday 11th March at 11am
Updated: Feb 17
Sing harmonies and gospel songs from Zimbabwe and beyond with Bruce Ncube
The Flourishing Well is delighted to announce our next workshop as part of the MIDDAS (Music – Inspiration – Dance – Drumming – Art – Song) wellbeing project. We welcome Bruce Ncube, who is going to provide us with a Harmonies Workshop.
Saturday 11th March | 11am – 3pm Venue: St Cyrus Public Hall, Main Road, St Cyrus, DD10 0BA
Refreshments will be provided however we ask that you bring your own lunch.
More about Bruce: Bruce Ncube is a Zimbabwean musician with over 15 years of touring and traveling the world teaching and performing in some of the world’s biggest stages such as WOMAD/African Drum Village (Scotland)/Edinburgh International Festival/Aberdeen International Youth Festival/ World Music Workshop Festival. Bruce specialises in teaching traditional songs from his native country Zimbabwe in 3 to 6 part harmonies. His teaching is in the traditional way where people would gather around a fire at weddings, parties and even funerals and start weaving harmonies. His approach is entirely inclusive and participatory. The songs he teaches are emotionally charged and uplifting carrying messages of hope, inspiration and togetherness.
£2.50 x 20 Fully funded tickets (booking fee only) £11 X 20 Subsidised tickets £22 X 10 Help self - Help others tickets Please choose the ticket option that best suits your circumstances. We are very grateful to receive the full investment of £22 for this workshop for anyone not experiencing financial hardship, as your £22 gets paid forward within our charity to help support others with their wellbeing.
Tickets for our workshops are very popular. Please only book in advance if you are 100% committed to joining us on the day, but if illness or emergency prevents you from turning up, do let us know asap at email@example.com so we can offer your place to those on the waiting list.
Please keep a look out for more events from our MIDDAS (Music – Inspiration – Dance – Drumming – Art – Song) wellbeing project within the next few months. We are very grateful to Inspiring Scotland's ‘Ideas into Action Rural communities Fund’ for awarding us funding for these sessions.