PHOTOS: Drum classes, performance, held at Athol High School

Last week, members of the Crocodile River Drumming Group—a West African music group based in Worcester—held a series of workshops at Athol High School, which culminated in a performance at the end of the day. The event was funded by the Athol Cultural Council and Athol-Royalston Education Foundation.

Last week, members of the Crocodile River Drumming Group—a West African music group based in Worcester—held a series of workshops at Athol High School, which culminated in a performance at the end of the day. The event was funded by the Athol Cultural Council and Athol-Royalston Education Foundation. PHOTO CREDIT/LAUREN ROMAG

Last week, members of the Crocodile River Drumming Group—a West African music group based in Worcester—held a series of workshops at Athol High School, which culminated in a performance at the end of the day. The event was funded by the Athol Cultural Council and Athol-Royalston Education Foundation.

Last week, members of the Crocodile River Drumming Group—a West African music group based in Worcester—held a series of workshops at Athol High School, which culminated in a performance at the end of the day. The event was funded by the Athol Cultural Council and Athol-Royalston Education Foundation. PHOTO CREDIT/LAUREN ROMAG

Published: 02-07-2024 3:45 PM

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