Immerse yourself in four luxurious days of mbira playing, singing and dancing for the ancestors with Chartwell Dutiro and Denise Rowe in a gorgeous location on the Dartmoor National Park in Devon.
£220 in advance (by 1 Feb)/ £250 thereafter (concessions and weekend tickets available)
The High Heathercombe Centre is situated just outside Manaton in Dartmoor National Park. All meals are included and accomodation is in lovely light share dormitory rooms.
Look forward to a ceremonial mbira night, delicious food, open fires and a stunning countryside.
Chartwell Dutiro is director of the Mhararano Mbira Academy. He grew up in rural Zimbabwe and started playing mbira when he was 4 years old. Now an international artist, Chartwell would often play mbira all night, calling the ancestral spirits for guidance, as has been done in Zimbabwe over centuries.
Denise Rowe is an international dance and movement artist and mbira player. Director of the Earth Dances Programme and lecturer at Plymouth University, Denise has been facilitating workshops and retreats around the world for over fifteen years.
For further information, contact:
Phone: 07817 907162