“Music called me when I was six years old. I became a musician against my father’s will and our tradition. Since then I follow the music, there is no other way for me.” Dramane Daho plays the rare instrument of the N’Goni which has harmonizing effects due to its pentatonic scale. The djembe master from Burkina Faso is a passionate and impressive performer – on stage and as a teacher. As a member of the Group he is fascinated with the artistic and interpersonal forms of expression which lie in the transcultural interpretation of African traditions.