Posted at Tuesday, 28 December 2010 08:53 Visit posters website Really look forward to see you in Taiwan a few days later. so excited!!
Posted at Tuesday, 16 March 2010 10:22 Can't wait for Back to the Roots!!! So much fun to see everyone again & get those drums cranking!Wongai!!!
Posted at Monday, 22 February 2010 07:12 Visit posters website Biggrin You always make me smile.thank you and good luck.
Posted at Tuesday, 16 February 2010 02:28 Biggrin
After being persuaded by my friend Eileen to have a go at playing Djembe and needing NO persuasion to try your dance workshops I am thoroughly hooked and could not recommend you more highly to all who would listen. Thankyou for your kindness, pateience amasing skill and great sense of humour. I am waiting excitedly until you next visit Canberra, Thankyou again, Beke xx
Posted at Thursday, 10 September 2009 17:50 Visit posters website Very nice site. Well laid out.
Posted at Wednesday, 15 July 2009 14:45 Visit posters website Dear Bangourake:
Hi! I'm Salimadou from Taiwan!! I’m very appreciate that you come to Taiwan, and teach us so much things!! I promise you that everything you teach us I'll remember and practice very hard!! When you come to Taiwan next year, you will see I play Djembe batter than this year (hope so >"<Wink!!
THANK YOU AGAIN!! MAY GOD BLESS YOU!!!
Posted at Thursday, 18 June 2009 02:46 Visit posters website Hi Bangourake san,
Really look forward to see you in Taiwan a few days later. so excited!!
Posted at Thursday, 21 May 2009 06:26 BiggrinShockedSmileTongueWink
The spirit from within us, set free.... with the power of the drum.
Look so forward to drumming with you again...
see you friday!!!!!!!
Posted at Thursday, 21 May 2009 06:21 WinkTongueSmileShockedBiggrin
The power of the drum what a fantastic way to live your life.......Thanks so much for letting me be a part of it....
Posted at Monday, 01 December 2008 23:03 Hello Mohamed,
A voice from the past here . . . your old student David, formerly of Sydney, now living near New York. I'm wondering if on your way to Guinée next month you might be passing via New York? (I think you did at least one time before...) If so, please let me know when and where you'll be . . . it would be good to meet.
If not . . . all the best, and I hope we meet again someday. The news: I'm still drumming, still performing now and then . . . in fact a few college shows coming up in a couple of weeks with "my" band (well, the band I'm in, haha), Sewa Folee.
I hope to hear from you.
My details in the US:
Posted at Wednesday, 22 October 2008 16:30 Coucou,
Posted at Tuesday, 05 August 2008 19:14 Biggrin Hi everyone. I'm from Singapore and we have a very small and little djembe community. We hope to spread the culture of djembe music in Singapore. I hope to come sydney someday to learn from you guys. Please feel free to have a look http://www.youtube.com/user/sgdjembemovement
Posted at Thursday, 26 June 2008 22:46 Visit posters website CORDIALES SALUTATIONS!... Wink
Posted at Sunday, 13 April 2008 21:06 Hi alvaro from spain.I want to move to australia to keep learning african drumming with you mohamed.I study scient of education and i wish i could work with you learning and teaching in school abdoulaye camara told me you are his boy.How can i make it to go there? thanks
Posted at Thursday, 10 April 2008 11:21 Visit posters website hello they are ivan son an Italian boy who lives to Rome does not know to speak English... would want to buy yours dvd but I do not know as I must make... you can help perfavore hello thanks me ivan
ciao sono ivan son un ragazzo italiano che vive a roma non so parlare l'inglese... vorrei comprare i vostri dvd ma non so come devo fare ...potete aiutarmi perfavore ciao grazie ivan
Posted at Thursday, 13 September 2007 10:32 Dear Bangourake,
I love your DVD vol1 and I will be buying vol2 as soon as it gets out there. Thanks you so much for sharing your knowledge and culture with all of us. It is guys like Mamady Keita and yourself that can show us how it should be done.
Posted at Sunday, 27 May 2007 14:30 Visit posters website Hello Great to see Bangouraké all over the web!! I needed some bio info on him and found your write up very useful!! We have known Bangouraké since he came to OZ in 1998 and we are proud to say he will be this years master Drum teacher at our annual African drum and Dance Camp Jan 6th-11th 2008. It is going to be an awesome camp with Lamine and Awa Sonko teaching dance from Senegal, and Valanga Khoza teaching singing from South Africa. Check it out. Love to see you there. ONE LOVE ONE BEAT CHEZE
Posted at Friday, 02 February 2007 10:20 What a great web site! Not nearly as good as the drumming itself of course. I'm glad I finally managed to have a look, Freddy- You're a real inspiration! Performing with Bangourake was one of my highlights for 2006!
Posted at Tuesday, 05 December 2006 17:18 Freddy,
I look forward to it every week.
I'm very lucky to learn from a fantastic drummer and be surrounded by fellow happy and ever improving drummers.
I cant get enough of it.
Posted at Saturday, 02 September 2006 11:30 I saw Bangouraké playing in Guinea.
He was awesome!
Posted at Saturday, 12 August 2006 16:16 For Freddy!
I love your classes. It really makes me smile so much on the inside. The rhythms & music are awesome; serious brain overload!!!
Posted at Friday, 11 August 2006 03:14 Mohamed,
Thank you, thank you, thank you, to come to your country and share your dance, music and African life style has been the greatest gift, you are a true friend, and a master at what you do. – Innuwalli (your sister)
Posted at Sunday, 02 July 2006 14:12 5 points to my mentor, Freddy Poncin a drumming legend.
from your humble servant
Posted at Sunday, 11 June 2006 02:14 He has Hands of Fire! I love it! Just let yourself go!
Hiroshi and Naomi
Posted at Wednesday, 07 June 2006 21:09 hello Freddy!!!!
WONGAI WONGAI DJEMBE!!
just like to say that it is truely wonderful playing djembe!!!!
it really creates positive energy and the best part is that we can all share it!!!
see you on monday freddy!!
Posted at Thursday, 04 May 2006 10:06 Visit posters website tanayomofe freddy
I`m sorry to be late.
I`ll send you VIDEO today!
Posted at Sunday, 02 April 2006 10:04 Finally, I found this web. We are so lucky to have a true djembe master, Bangourake here in Australia. Also thanks to my teacher Freddy