Welcome to Wula Drum

In our mission to find a great drum for every drummer, we've created a community around drum and dance culture. We continue to grow our community by offering high quality instruments, classes, workshops, music therapy, retreats, learning materials, and a performing ensemble.

There is truly something for everyone on the Wula store - from beginners, to professional performers, to drum builders, to dancers, and more. If you don't see what you are looking for, please feel free to contact us to see what is on the way from Guinea. For more information about our models, check out About Our Drums.

Each unique design is handmade by our team of Wula master craftsmen in Guinea, West Africa. We hope you enjoy playing our drums as much as we do making them – Keep Drumming!

Michael Markus
President, Wula Drum Inc.

 

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Recent Articles

Two Way Sale - August, 2018
July 31, 2018

This sale goes two ways!

Buy any Wula Djembe* and receive 10% off any Wula Retreat Ticket.
OR
Buy any Wula Retreat Ticket, and receive 10% off any Wula Djembe.

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Give the Gift of Drumming
December 11, 2017

Wula Gift Certificates are the perfect holiday gift for drummers, dancers, and lovers of African culture and music. They can be used for anything on the Wula store, including drums, accessories, our ongoing classes in New York, Audio CD Downloads, Instructional DVD Downloads, and more!

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How to Choose a Djembe
December 02, 2017

There are so many Wula Drums to choose from, it can be hard to pick. Michael Markus, the president of Wula Drum, explains how to choose a djembe. 

Some tips:

  • Don't choose exclusively by the pitch of the djembe, because the djembe can always be tuned
  • Choose a weight that works for you - are you walking around a lot with the djembe, or just using it at home?

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Now Available on WulaDrum.com Mali Foli: Old Masters
May 30, 2016
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The music for this album is traditional, "old school" Bambara-based djembe music. These arrangements were put together by master drummer Aruna Sidibe. He plays and is joined by his students and other musicians. The style is noticeably different than the one played by younger drummers or the "young gun" arrangements, the style currently favored in Bamako, for example.

 

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