Coral Beats to perform on Sunday

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  • Rhythms of Brazil: Coral Beats is to host a free concert on Sunday (Photograph supplied)

    Rhythms of Brazil: Coral Beats is to host a free concert on Sunday (Photograph supplied)


An all-female drum band is to hold a free concert on Sunday.

Coral Beats, a Brazilian samba-reggae band, will perform in the quadrangle at Warwick Academy.

A spokeswoman said the band members practice once a week and “enjoy themselves by learning to play the rhythms of Brazil”.

She added that members are taking part in a four-day workshop with Mestre Bola, who is visiting Bermuda from Brazil.

The concert to showcase some of their new music will start at 3pm.

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Published Mar 2, 2018 at 9:14 am (Updated Mar 2, 2018 at 9:14 am)

Coral Beats to perform on Sunday

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