Lunchtime Concert: Moussa Dembele Performance: 1.00pm Tuesday, 14th May 20191 hours Venue: The Old Court, St Leonard's Road Genre: Lunchtime Concerts Moussa Dembele is a multi-instrumentalist of African instruments, music teacher and highly skilled master craftsman of African instruments. He was born and raised in Ouagadougou, the capital of Burkina Faso in West Africa. For Dembele, music really does run in his blood. He comes from a family of musicians and craftsmen that have been producing traditional musical instruments for generations . Having had these unique skills passed down to him from a very young age, he has been creating high quality, hand crafted instruments for over twenty years. These include the Balafon (african xylophone) Ngoni (african lute), Kora (african harp), Djembe(drum) and Doum Doum (bass drum). Over the years he has collaborated with many musicians from varying musical genres including jazz and pop as well as traditional and contemporary African music. Additionally he also taught, as a a guest teacher, in the music department of Ghana University. Now based in London Dembele is passionate about sharing his knowledge and skills with fellow musicians and lovers of traditional African instruments and in doing so he is keen to further promote his rich culture and musical traditions. Duration: 1h Tickets: £6, £5 students/unemployed Our series of monthly one-hour lunchtime concerts are presented in association with Windsor Festival and Live Music Now.