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Student Life Events at St. George

Student Life Events at St. George

Social Justice Music Workshop: Latin Drumming and Percussion

Nov 23, 2020 07:00 PM to 08:00 PM

Registration Deadline: Nov 23, 2020 07:00 PM

Explore the hands-on basics of drumming and a selection of different rhythms with Rodrigo Chavez. No experience with percussion necessary! All U of T students welcome! Please have a plastic bowl, chopsticks or cutlery and a pot! Enjoy the fun and bang out any frustrations!

Rodrigo Chavez is the Artistic Director of Cassava Latin Band. He composes contemporary Latino-Canadian music, exploring the rich variety of Latin Rhythms and performing on different stages around Canada and the USA.

The group meets weekly on Mondays 7 - 8 pm. Drop in to one or all!
Dates and topics for the term are: 


Sep 28 - Special Feature: Latin Drumming and Percussion, no instruments necessary
Oct 5 - Regular workshop exploring social justice from a variety of different traditions
Oct 19: Special Feature: Addressing Anti-Black Racism Through Song
Oct 26: Regular workshop exploring social justice from a variety of different traditions
Nov 2: Special Feature: Islamic Expressions in Music
Nov 9: Regular workshop exploring social justice from a variety of different traditions
Nov 16: Regular workshop exploring social justice from a variety of different traditions
Nov 23: Special Feature: Latin Drumming and Percussion, no instruments necessary
Nov 30: Special Feature: Final session of the term, recorded performance of a social justice song


After registering, please fill out this questionnaire so that we may get to know you better:  
https://docs.google.com/forms/d/e/1FAIpQLSeBxTH3nfxsrFQGsqzWOLta_JBPxxh2b7aR9hJZC-EhTADTmQ/viewform 


Please register on CLNx & Join Zoom Meeting
https://utoronto.zoom.us/j/93790140623
 
Meeting ID: 937 9014 0623
Passcode: 821752


Sponsored by Spirit Singers*, the Multi-Faith Centre and the Centre for International Experience.  
* Spirit Singers is a musical ensemble of U of T students dedicated to peace, justice and fostering mutual understanding and respect amongst different ethnic and religious communities through song.