Millicent Chapanda is an enthusiastic and focussed individual with strong influencing and interpersonal African music skills that allow her to respond quickly and effectively to a wide variety of audiences.
She has a lifetime of experience in aspects of music and arts, trusting in its power of education and communication. In her role as a Cultural Artiste, she has succeeded in attracting and retaining her main focus on her African music and heritage.
She has delivered quality music experiences to adults and children alike. Her aim is to promote inter-cultural activities and educate groups and individuals about the importance of building bridges between cultures.
Millicent Chapanda uses the power of drums, voice and movement, her workshops are interactive, educational and informative about African culture. She creates a fun environment around everyone, both kids and adults are guaranteed a great time in her workshops.
We are celebrating with 2 free drumming workshops on Wednesday 25th October 2017,
- 1.30 in Sheringham Library
- 4.00 in Cromer Library
Millicent’s workshops are aimed at families with younger children (under 10 years).
Millicent uses the power of drums, voice and movement, her workshops are interactive, educational and informative about African culture. Come along for a great free fun family activity! Please phone the library to book a place on 01263 512850 or email Donations very welcome
Supported by Norfolk County Council Black History Month