In West Africa, the Djembe drum is used to bring people together for many purposes: to communicate, celebrate and motivate. The Djembe, a cultural lineage that goes back hundreds of years, is for all humanity to experience. The Djembe cultivates self-expression, mindfulness, and joy.
Our hand-crafted instruments and hands-on programs provide jobs for West African craftsmen, community members, performers, and teaching artists around the world.
One 2-hour Class with Michael Markus
Wula hosts Open Level Djembe & Dundun Class at our shop in Astoria. Teachers throughout the year include: Michael Markus, M'Bemba Bangoura, Mangue Sylla, & Special Artists.
Explore new rhythms! In this 1-day intensive, students will proceed to learn various West African rhythms and how to play the Djembe, Dun Dun Sangban and Kenkeni. This intensive is open to beginner, intermediate, and advanced musicians.
Dates: July 24th
All sessions will be held from 11am to 5pm at our main space around the corner of Times Square.