Sea Beats aims to explore our local seascape through sharing stories, and making site specific music on the beach.
Bring your instrument and join us on Seaham Hall Beach at 1pm on 28 August 2022, where we will explore how we connect with the coastline through rhythm and percussion, storytelling, and music making with traditional instruments and objects found on the beach.
Our collaborative music making workshop will explore the musicality of our coastline and will be led by Hannabiell Sanders & Yilis Suriel (Ladies of Midnight Blue and Co-founders of Harambee Pasadia).
Support local businesses at Seaham Hall beach and grab a coffee/refreshments from North Beach Coffee Bar afterwards!
The workshop will be documented through photo, video and sound recording.
IMPORTANT: All children under 18 years must be accompanied by an adult. Workshops are suitable for ages 10 and over. Participants are responsible for their own safety at all times.
Sea Beats is commissioned by SeaScapes CoLab in collaboration with Harambee Pasadia CIC and Living History North East
Seaham Hall Beach Car Park (by the cafe)