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Sat, 28 May


Ancient Technology Centre

Jaminaround 2022 Part 1

Jaminaround is back for 2022! We're looking forward to having you join us again the Ancient Technology Centre in Cranborne. Lineup: Kakatsitsi Master Drummers of Ghana Barnaby Keen band Maya Youssef Clare Murphy Roscius

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Jaminaround 2022 Part 1
Jaminaround 2022 Part 1

Time & Location

28 May 2022, 17:00

Ancient Technology Centre, Cranborne, Wimborne BH21 5RP, UK

About The Event

Kakatsitsi Master Drummers of Ghana

Kakatsitsi are a group of traditional drummers, dancers and singers from the Ga tribe of Southern Ghana, with their roots in the fishing community of Jamestown, Accra. Since 1996, Kakatsitsi have toured the UK 15 times, performing at a wide variety of festivals, In addition, Kakatsitsi are keen collaborators. They have worked with producers and DJs, including performing with The Orb on the West-Holts Stage at Glastonbury Festival in 2013.

Barnaby Keen band

Barnaby Keen is a singer-songwriter, producer, and multi-instrumentalist  whose music has a unique and captivating sound. He draws inspiration  from Brazilian music, 1970’s psychedelia, folk and experimental  electronic sounds. On stage Keen fronts the band with a sure hand and a charismatic flair and is backed by supremely talented and creative  musicians including; masterful synth player Sam Crowe, the prodigious ECM recording artist Fred Thomas on Bass and sought-after London drummer Jake Long (Maisha, Gary Bartz).  ‘Stunning music’ - Simon Raymonde, Bella Union

´I’m smitten’ - Tom Ravenscroft, BBC6 Music

Maya Youssef

Speaker, composer and virtuoso of the qanun: disseminating peace through the healing power of music. Born and raised in Damascus, Syria, now based in the UK, Maya Youssef is hailed as ‘queen of the qanun,’ the 78-stringed Middle Eastern plucked zither. Maya’s intense and thoughtful music is rooted in the Arabic classical tradition but forges pathways into jazz, Western classical and Latin styles. It explores the emotional and healing qualities of music. For her, the act of playing music is the opposite of death and destruction; it is a life- and hope-affirming act and an antidote to what is happening, not only in Syria, but in the whole world. Her highly-acclaimed debut album Syrian Dreams, produced by the legendary Joe Boyd, led to many awards and performances on prestigious stages such as the BBC Proms and WOMAD and recognition from the British government of her status as an exceptional artistic talent.

Clare Murphy

Storyteller Clare Murphy is celebrated internationally for her physical dynamism, wit and warmth, Clare brings the ancient art of story firmly into the contemporary world. She is also fast becoming a Jaminaround favourite, returning for what will be her third time. Born in Dublin, Clare has lived and worked in Spain and America and now resides in Bristol UK. For Jaminaround 2022 part 1, Clare will be bringing her piece ‘The King Of Lies’. A beautiful country is at the mercy of a lie-obsessed king as he pits his wits against a fool in a self-made lying competition. Sound familiar? Blending reportage and folklore to tell a story that underlines the power of fakery, this performance is a dynamic adaptation of Damascus Nights, by exiled Syrian writer Rafik Schami.


London-based French composer, performer and DIY producer Will Serfass aka Roscius combines live looping with percussion, sampling and lyric-less vocals to create unique and absorbing improvised soundscape experiments. He tours the world collecting handmade music instruments from West African drums to South American shakers, Asian gongs, Armenian tambourins, mini Japanese analog keyboards and most recently a full chromatic balafon made in Burkina Faso.


  • 7 hours

    Arrival at the site



  • Overnight Campervan

    Reservation for overnight stay in a sleeper vehicle. Only valid with an overnight stay ticket. Very limited. This ticket price includes; Entry to the festival Camping in live-in vehicle Free access to toilets and water points Free parking Food not included in the price.

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  • Minibus from London

    Grab a seat on the Jambus, the most convenient, fun and economical way to travel if you haven't got your own car. Travelling from London direct to the event. Leaving Saturday around midday from a location TBC in North London. Returning Sunday - by around 5pm latest. This ticket does not include entry to the event. You must have pre-purchased an event ticket (now sold out). All the exact details of rendezvous time and place plus contact details will be sent out nearer the time.

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