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Bese Saka - Grafton Fine Arts Fair, 5/18/2008

Bese Saka's music celebrates and draws the rhythm out of each of us.

Come listen and share the joy of community synergy through African style drumming.

Here are a couple of amateur videos up from one of our performances at the Grafton Fine Arts and Music Festival. 

  Funk and Jingo

  Makru and Shiko

  Fanga and Kpatsa

  Kuku and Kakilambe

  Baga Gine

 

Upcoming Performances:

If you are interested in having Bese Saka perform for your function, please contact Susan West at besesaka@graftondrum.com

Past Performances:

 
If you are interested in having Bese Saka perform for your function, please contact Susan West at besesaka@graftondrum.com.
Bese Saka

What is Bese Saka?

Bese Saka takes its name from an Adinkra Symbol from the Ashanti Tribe. In the Twi language, Bese Saka's literal translation is "sack of cola nuts".

Bese Saka is a symbol of affluence, power, abundance, plenty, togetherness and unity.

Who is Bese Saka?

Bese Saka's members include:

To contact us:

221 Brigham Hill Rd
North Grafton, MA 01536

Phone: 508-839-5986 or 1-877-381-2570
Email: besesaka@graftondrum.com
Website:  www.graftondrum.com/besesaka

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