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Drum Line

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Auckland Museum

Celebrate music at Drum Line, a fun family-friendly event celebrating drumming from around the world. See some of Auckland’s best drummers showing off their stuff, or take part in workshops and have a go at drumming from Japan, West Africa, Tahiti, The Cook Islands and Aotearoa! Drum Line is brought to you by Volume: Making Music in Aotearoa, Auckland Museum’s free exhibition all about New Zealand music.

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Anuanua Performing Arts Troupe
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Tamani
Tamani play traditional and contemporary African drum and dance music, using Marimba, M’bira, Ngoni, Native American Flute, vocals and other instruments. They create their own eclectic style of world music, guaranteed to make you groove.

AKSamba
AKSamba is an innovative world percussion band based in Auckland. Their musical style is a fusion of hot Brazilian rhythms (such as samba, samba-reggae, coco, baião) with drum & bass, hip-hop and other dance influences.

Tahiti Ia Ora
Tahiti Ia Ora mean ‘Tahiti is Alive’. Tahiti Ia Ora is an innovative world-class dance group which maintains the authentic dance, songs, drumming and culture of Tahiti. It was formed 25 years ago and is the only Tahitian dance group in NZ.

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