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When it comes to traditional ethnic music genres, African music has long been a great contributor to the formation of well-known musical genres and is still inspirational towards modern genres. Looking into the history of traditional African music, it’s immediately noticeable how it has been moving to genres such as the blues and Jazz.

African Music Circles magazine is dedicated to traditional African Music and the way in which it keeps the spirit of traditional music alive all around the world. Especially in Australia, traditional music has always been highly favourable, with even the younger generation indulging in the genre at festivals and events that include drumming and dancing circles.

We are dedicated to providing all fans of traditional African music with interesting topics on the genre.

African Music

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Traditional African music has planted its roots in many other genres that provided the world with blues, jazz, and even different contemporary music genres popular among music fans around the world.

With its exciting origins and history, we delve deep into vital information about how it all got started and the musical instruments used in the traditional arrangements. Many traditional African instruments have long been incorporated into more modern takes and can be found easily all around the world. Find out more about African music and how to get involved with learning the style of playing.

Events and Workshops

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Due to the love of traditional music in Australia and many music festivals and events based around drumming and dancing, we provide vital information on upcoming events and workshops that could benefit anybody interested in African music. We provide information on all the clubs to join where drumming circles and other African musical instruments can be learned and joined in playing.

For vital information about traditional African Music and its presence in Australia, visit African Music Circles Magazine frequently and learn all about its origins or contribute with your knowledge.