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tence through his music.
"At first, I was a little resistant to
ore than 50 children, adults learning how to play a drum:' said
and grandparents enjoyed
Anat Hodish, who, along with her
Darbuka Day at Tamarack
husband Israel and two children, Gal
Camps on July 22. It was a day to learn and Yonatan, participated in Darbuka
how to play the darbuka, a hand drum Day. "But Bishara was so warm and
of ancient origin used in a wide vari-
welcoming and, in the end, it was a lot
fun, a great enjoyable experience."
ety of traditional Near Eastern music.
Open to the community, the day
Children and adults had separate
sessions with Bishara, who then
was sponsored by Hebrew Day School
of Ann Arbor under a grant from the
brought the groups together to prac-
tice for a performance.
Kellogg Foundation.
"The goal was to experi-
Darbuka Day wasn't only
about drumming. Tamarack
ence a day of fellowship
through music:' says Dina
staff encouraged many
participants to reach the
Shtull, head of HDS. "We
are grateful to Kellogg for
top of the camp's climbing
wall, swim in the lake, take
allowing us to offer this
out a kayak or jump off the
kind of programming to
"iceberg" tower floating in
our community."
the lake. The families had a
Participants adjusted
the darbuka under their
picnic lunch together, then
Bishara Na ddaf
spent time in the camp's
arms and repeated the
Pioneer Village.
rhythmic patterns played
"The HDS-sponsored Darbuka
by teacher Bishara Naddaf. Before they
Day was a wonderful opportunity for
knew it, they were playing in con-
families to enjoy time together on a
cert. Naddaf is an Arab-Israeli from
Nazareth and one of the founding
gorgeous summer day:' said Pamela
Ramseyer, an HDS vice president.
members of Shesh-Besh, a group of
"How better to bring the community
eight musicians — four Jewish musi-
together than to organize a day full of
cians from the Israeli Philharmonic
Orchestra and four Arab-Israeli musi-
activities that parents can share with
their children? Everyone I talked with
cians. The group performs worldwide,
hoped we could have another event
delivering a musical message of hope
for peace. Bishara also teaches and
like this next year." I I
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