Propelled by the pulsating power of purple, Djugdjug Ensemble combines traditional West African songs, rhythms, arrangements, and at times, dance with other musical and theatrical ideas to provide energetic and eclectic performances.
Booming with the sound of djembes, dununs, horns, bells, shakers, and voice, the ensemble will again be part of Deep Roots this year. Led by Bruno Allard, the members provide drumming workshops (almost) every Saturday afternoon at the Wolfville Baptist Church or Clock Park.
On Deep Roots Saturday morning, join Djugdjug Ensemble at the Clock Park, or wherever else the joyful sounds will carry! find your “beet” and be part of the excitement and fun that is the pulse of the festival!
For more visit: www.youtube.com/watch?v=1PObk1nVPNY