A Rebel makes it to Cuba to show the so called masters of rhythm how its really done.." />

PROC Gallery Update

Posted on Jul 12, 2007 in The People's Republic Of Cork Gallery

 
 


PROC Gallery Update


Expert percussionist Stephen Kelly from Turners Cross paid a visit to Cuba recently to help local drummers with some complex poly rhythms they had been having trouble with. Naturally the Corkonian was happy to help out and showed some of those so-called rhythm players a thing or two about banging a few pots.

His delighted Cuban students were so grateful for the Cork man's tuition that they decided to honour him and his country by renaming their cabs after Cork's most famous highway: Pana. Proper order too. Click here to visit the t-shirt gallery



Meanwhile, Micheal Dymet has been busy taking photos around town. Mesmerised by the staggering beauty of the Beautiful City, this time he has focussed his work on the south quays including the spanking new School of Music. Here's a sample of his new shots:

Click here to visit his PROC Gallery

If you would like to submit photos please email them with some accompanying words to.(JavaScript must be enabled to view this email address)


 

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