resonated frame, wooden keyed percussion idiophone of West Africa
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stick drum bass of djembe orchestra
from the Dogon people of West Africa
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MassCreative Create the Vote
MassCreative empowers creative organizations and the public with a powerful voice that brings the attention and resources necessary to build vibrant, creative communities. read more...
Thayer Memorial Library
Thayer Memorial Library in Lancaster, MA was able to see the best of Crocodile River Music and all that they and the African Arts in Education program has to offer. read more...
Hillside School Visit
Crocodile River Music attended the Hillside School in Marlborough, MA on Friday, October 10, 2014 as a part of our African Arts in Education program. read more...
First Night Worcester
Crocodile River Music is excited to be headlining at Worcester’s First Night celebration on New read more...
Halloween Recovery Concert, Longshot Voodoo
Crocodile River Music joined The Buddy Caveleri and Joanne Rodgers Duo, Beaver Brown sax man Michael TUNES Atunes, Longshot Voodoo and Don Culp to bring some amazing, diverse music to the Courthouse Center for the Arts in West Kingston, RI. read more...
The Center for Arts Natick
A unique concert that was geared towards younger children, to get them drumming, stomping, dancing, and moving to the sounds of African drums! read more...