St Kilda Community Class Ticket – Beginners

AU $27.00AU $165.00

Our classes run simultaneously in studio and online. You can choose how you would like to participate.
Online students are sent a zoom link on the day of class. Please see below for more details.

When you purchase a cycle, you receive 10% off both online and in store.

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Welcome to our St Kilda Beginner Djembe Classes!
If you can’t make it to our studio, you can still join the class online.

Our classes run across 6-week cycles
Beginners @6.15pm – 7.45pm AEST (Australian Eastern Standard Time)
Spots are limited, therefore no refunds or credits can be issued if you miss a class.
All of our classes are video recorded and can be sent to you upon request;
if you have a ticket, but can’t make it, the video will help you keep up with the class.
If you prefer to not be included in the video – no problem, just let the teacher know.

If you miss both the 1st & 2nd week, we recommend joining the following cycle
Classes are not held on public holidays
April 11th:
  1st week of the cycle
May 2nd:  2nd week of the cycle
May 9th: 3rd week of the cycle – you can join if you participated in the first or second session.
May 16th: 4th week of the cycle – you can join if you participated in the first or second session.
May 23rd: 5th week of the cycle – you can join if you participated in the first or second session.
May 30th: 6th week of the cycle – you can join if you participated in the first or second session.

Click here for more information on our community classes
Looking for our intermediate classes? Find them here

2022 Class Cycles
Cycle 3: Apr 11
Cycle 4: 
Jun 06
Cycle 5: Jul 25
Cycle 6: Sep 5
Cycle 7: Oct 17 (7-week cycle)
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We are adhering to government regulations

MEET YOUR TEACHER

MICHAEL NAUDE

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Born in Zimbabwe, Mike began his musical life with the rhythms of Southern Africa, practicing a variety of musical disciplines since 1998. In 2015 his passion drifted westward to discover the djembe, and intensified when he moved to Melbourne and continued his learning under Simon Fraser and Bassidi Koné. He regularly performs with fiery ensemble Dunu Teké and spends his practice time developing his understanding of West African rhythm. He believes that music is inside each of us – it’s just a matter of learning how to speak its language.

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