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Are you looking for first-rate Bongo Lessons in South West London? We can help! Our listed instructors will make Bongo Lessons in South West London fun and exciting, whether you’re studying the different kinds of strokes or rhythms of varying complexity. In no time you’ll be literally marching to the beat of your own drum! Find the right South West London bongo instructor at Classes A2Z today.


Bongo Trivia

  • The first recorded usage of bongo drums was by the end of the 19th century in Oriente Province, in the eastern area of Cuba.
  • The bongo drum is the most common hand drum in the world.
  • The drum heads are either made of animal skins or plastic. The body of the drums are usually made from either metal, wood, or ceramic.
  • The larger of the two drums is called hembra, which in Spanish means ‘female’. The smaller drum is called macho, which in Spanish means ‘male’.

Key Lessons
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KeyLessons provides one-on-one musical tuition in the comfort of your home so lessons are convenient and comfortable for you. We have competitive rates and extraordinary teachers to make your learning fun, flexible and catered to your learning needs. All our teachers have DBS(CRB) checks regularly and are all registered with examination boards to enter you into exams. Above all our teachers have passion for music, which makes learning from them fun and invaluable.
Martin Savale
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Martin is a multi-instrumentalist musician and producer; he has been involved with selling millions of Asian Dub Foundation, among others. He’s toured the world with bands and has performed on the biggest stages, alongside the likes of Chuck D of Public Enemy and other timeless musicians. When it comes to teaching, Martin's approach is more practical. He teaches from the perspective of someone wanting to play in a band, and never tackles areas that are too advanced or difficult until the student is really ready. His simple yet effective methods ensure that the student's confidence level, skills, and passion steadily increase with every lesson. And it works; many of his previous students have gone on to become successful musicians, playing in bands and touring the world.
Adrian wiggins
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Bongos are the best You will learn the Martillo pattern how it fits with the clave and salsa grooves This versatile instrument that people think they know how to play is a great sound in any setting. And with the right technique you will quickly fall in love!

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