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Baynatna & WBTM & ZLB Presents

** Iqa’at workshop & more rhythms _ Biggeners Level **

We would like to invite you to attend ** Iqa’at workshop & more rhythms _ Biggeners Level ** to spend a pleasant time together. We will travel within the different rhythms used especially in Middle Eastern music, while addressing the different rhythms used globally for the month of April.

No musical knowledge required We will build the steps together in steady and smooth way, learn the basics and go to infinity

Build your own technique, create your own rhythm, strengthen your ears, pay attention to the least visible detail, enjoy and play 2/4 ~ 3/ 4 ~ 4/ 4 & more…

We will supply you with musical instruments if you intend to attend, but it is welcome if you want to bring your own musical instrument.

Breath, warm up, Strengthen your hands, joints, fingers and work together to separate the senses.

The workshop is facilitated by Ali Hasan a Syrian percussionist based in Berlin since 2015.
Playing music since being a child,After graduating as a Physiotherapist in Syria Ali begin focused studies with the acclaimed percussionist Mohammed Shehade in 2013. Since arriving in Berlin, Ali has performed with musicians from all walks of life and corners of the world and musical backgrounds. (Classical, Jazz, Hip Hop, etc..) He has played in numerous spaces and venues ranging from the streets to the Berlin Philormanic.
Other current projests include MATAR ( electronic classical fusion ) and ( AMAL ) from sasha waltz & guests.
Ali is one of the founders of بيناتنا.Between Us the first arabic library in Berlin, and the founder of We Belong TO MUSIC a music platform for newcomer musicians.

Workshop Details:

April, Each Sat: 13:00U

How long:
60 – 75 minutes

Baynatna Library
Breite Str. 36 (2.07 km)
10178 Berlin, Germany

(4 workshops)
80€ per month in total

The workshop is designed for 6 participants so hurry up and book your place by sending an email to:


** This Workshop is no room for sexism, homophobia, racism **