Darbuka Lessons in-person

20 May '22 - 5 August '22

The darbuka (also darbuka, doumbec, tabla and goblet drum) is a drum with an ancient history and is widely used in the music of the Middle East and neighbouring areas. It is played with the hands and has a single “head”. Originally, it was made of baked clay and an animal-skin head. Modern versions are usually made of a light metal such as aluminium and have a plastic “head”.

The darbuka intermediate and advanced classes will be running every Friday in person between the 21 May 2022 – 5 August 2022.

Students must have their own darbuka to practice between lessons.

To find out more about the individual levels and more visit the course page.


The Arab British Centre


Taqasim Music School

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